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Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology Pdf Free (D Pharmacy)

Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology: This book is written by Dr. Ashutosh Kar. You can download Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology freely in pdf format. Overwhelming gratitude, unconditional acceptance, and qualified success of the First Edition of the textbook entitled ‘Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology’ extended by postgraduate students in the specialties of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Chemistry of Natural Products; moreover, the huge undergraduate students in Pharmacy Bachelor programs in all renowned Pharmacy Colleges not only in India but also abroad are quite encouraging.

Relying solely on the commendable comments and constructive criticism received from various academic colleagues across the country, the author has meticulously presented this second edition, fully revised and duly expanded. In addition, the reading text material has been thoroughly updated, several biosynthetic pathways have been appropriately modified, and chemical structures and tabular contents are more explicitly listed. In addition, critical definitions, important statements, terminologies, and names of chemical components have been properly highlighted to facilitate an accurate understanding for your readers. 

Description:

Book Name Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology 
Author of Book Dr. Ashutosh Kar
Edition 2nd
Language English
Format PDF
Category D Pharmacy 1st year, D Pharmacy Books

 

Overview of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology Pdf Free

According to Dr. Ashutosh Kar, The tremendous achievements and advances in the different segments of highly sophisticated ‘Research Techniques’ based solely on modern PC modulated analytical techniques helped not only to clarify the quite complex chemical structures of the unraveled chemical constituents of Natural Products but also established accurately the plethora of ‘biosynthetic pathways dominate the plant kingdom. This textbook is essentially composed of almost sixty “biosynthetic pathways” of predominantly important natural chemical entities, such as alkaloids, antibiotics, glycosides, pharmaceutical substances of marine origin, and terpenoids.
 
The Second Edition consists essentially of five additional chapters, namely:
(i) nutraceuticals,
(ii) enzymes and protein drugs,
(iii) Biomedicinal Plant Tissue Cultures,
(iv) High-tech products of plant origin, and
(v) Traditional Indian Herbal Medicines i.e. Chapter 11 to Chapter 15.
The judicious and thoughtful inclusion of these five chapters will certainly expose PG/UG students of the aforementioned disciplines to an exceptionally strong platform in the scientific pursuit of their knowledge.
 
The author is convinced and sincerely believes that the revised and expanded second edition of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology will largely fulfill the much-needed substantial value-added text materials.

Topics of this Edition

Anatomy
Anesthesia
Cardiology
Dermatology
Hospital Acquired Infections/Epidemiology
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Ophthalmology
Orthopedics
Pain Management
Pathology
Pediatrics
Pharmacy
Radiology
Surgery
Ultrasound, ECG, and Echo

About the Author

Dr. Ashutosh Kar
Dr. Kar is an Asst. Prof. in ECE Dept. at IIITDM, Kancheepuram, Chennai, India. He also worked as an Asst. prof. in BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, a Marie-Curie experienced researcher at Aalborg University, Denmark, and Asst. Prof. in IIIT Bhubaneswar before joining IIITDM. His field of research is signal processing and acoustics. He has received the honor on behalf of the President of India five times for high-quality technical presentations on All India radio. He has published many international research papers. 

 

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