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The African and Arabian Moringa Species Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications

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The African and Arabian Moringa Species: Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications reviews the botany, socioeconomic significance and underlying chemistry of these interesting plants. The book begins by addressing the botanical and socioeconomic aspect of M. stenopetala, one of the most widely cultivated species within the genus. Next, it reviews the chemistry of the plant, with a systematic presentation covering the seed oil, various secondary metabolites, and issues relating to quality control. Final sections address the chemistry behind the reported use of the plant for the management of various diseases, highlighting potential antioxidant, antimicrobial, antidiabetic, anticancer properties and more.

Other African and Arabian Moringa species, from their botany, to their chemical and pharmacological profiles are also included. Drawing on the author?s latest research and the most current literature in the field, this book is an invaluable guide for researchers in medicinal chemistry, herbal medicine, drug discovery/development, and plant derived natural products within both industry and academic environments.

  • Outlines the botanical description, traditional uses and socioeconomic significance of the African and Arabian Moringa plants
  • Exhaustively discusses the chemistry of these plants to highlight secondary metabolites and methodologies for their isolation, identification and quality control
  • Discusses the future potential of the plants and their chemical components for various disease conditions

Section A - Botanical, ecological and socioeconomic perspectives 1. Moringa Stenopetala - botanical and ecological perspectives 2. Moringa Stenopetala - socioeconomic significance

Section B - The chemistry of Moringa Stenopetala3. The chemistry of Moringa Stenopetala seed oils 4. The chemistry of Moringa Stenopetala – non-oil components 5. Quality control and chemical profiling of Moringa Stenopetala drug preparations

Section C - The science behind the multiuse of m. Stenopetala 6. The pharmacology of Moringa Stenopetala: toxicology aspects 7. The pharmacology of Moringa Stenopetala - antioxidant mechanisms 8. The pharmacology of m. Stenopetala: antimicrobial effects 9. The pharmacology of Moringa Stenopetala – the effects on diabetes and related diseases 10. The pharmacology of Moringa Stenopetala - potential anticancer effects 11. The science behind the use of Moringa Stenopetala seeds for water purification

Section D – Other Moringa species indigenous to Africa and the Arabian/Persian region 12. The chemistry and pharmacology of other African and Arabian Moringa species

Dr Solomon Habtemariam is a Director of Pharmacognosy Research Laboratories & Herbal Analysis Services at the University of Greenwich, Chatham-Maritime, UK. He received his BSc degree in Biology (minor - Chemistry) from the University of Addis Ababa and his Master's degree (combined-studies) in Pharmacology and Phytochemistry from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. He stayed on at Strathclyde to study at doctoral level, studying drug discovery from natural sources, and obtained his PhD in this area of research. After a number of years in teaching and post-doctoral research at the Strathclyde Institute for Drug Research and Strathclyde University, he joined the School of Science, University of Greenwich in September 1998. With an Associate Professor position at Greenwich, Dr Habtemariam has been a leader of taught programs and research on bioassays & natural products-based drug development.

The various research projects that he has undertaken include the identification of novel compounds of natural and synthetic origin with potential antimicrobial, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and anti-obesity activities among others. He has published more than 150 scientific papers and filed three patents.

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