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by Yasuhiko Asahina

eBook Chemistry of Lichen Substances ePub
Author: Yasuhiko Asahina
Language: English
ISBN: 906123218X
ISBN13: 978-9061232186
Publisher: Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd (June 1, 1972)
Pages: 245
Subcategory: Other
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Lichen chemistry continues to be a flourishing branch of natural product chemistry.

Lichen chemistry continues to be a flourishing branch of natural product chemistry. As in the previous articles new methods for structure elucidation and synthesis, biosynthesis, chemotaxonomy and biological activities of lichen substances will be discussed.

Chemistry Of Lichen Substances book.

Yasuhiko Asahina (朝比奈泰彦 Asahina Yasuhiko; April 16, 1881 – June 30, 1975) was a Japanese chemist and lichenologist. The standard author abbreviation is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name

Yasuhiko Asahina (朝比奈泰彦 Asahina Yasuhiko; April 16, 1881 – June 30, 1975) was a Japanese chemist and lichenologist. The standard author abbreviation is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. During his childhood, Asahina developed an interest in plants. In 1902, he enrolled in the School of Pharmacy at Tokyo Imperial University, from which he graduated in 1905.

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Are you sure you want to remove Chemistry of lichen substances from your list? Chemistry of lichen substances. Published 1954 by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science in Tokyo. Analysis, Lichen products, Lichens.

New Biological Books. Chemistry of Lichen Substances. Yasuhiko Asahina, Shoji Shibata.

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Lichens are symbiotic organisms of fungi and algae or cyanobacteria

Lichens are symbiotic organisms of fungi and algae or cyanobacteria. De-velopments in analytical techniques and experimental methods have resulted in the iden-tication of about 1050 lichen substances (including those found in cultures). However, substantial changes are expected in this eld with the exploration of the biological/ ecological role of lichen substances, along with in-creased use and importance of lichens.

Lichens produce secondary metabolites which have been first considered as a chemical support fully involved in lichen . Shibata S (2000) Yasuhiko Asahina (1880–1975) and his studies on lichenology and chemistry of lichen metabolites. Bryologist 103:710–719Google Scholar.

Lichens produce secondary metabolites which have been first considered as a chemical support fully involved in lichen taxonomy  . Shibata S, Takito M, Tanaka O (1950) Paper chromatography of anthraquinone pigments.

Chemistry of Lichen Substances. by Yasuhiko Asahina and Shoji Shibata.

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