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BOOKS

 

1.    The Science of Flavonoids.

Erich Grotewold. Springer Science 2006.

 

2.    Plant Metabolism and Biotechnology.

Hiroshi Ashihara, Alan Crozier, Atsushi Komamine. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd 2011.

 

3.    Flavonoids- Chemistry and Applications.

Oyvind M. Andersen, Kenneth R. Markham. CRC Taylor & Francis; Boca Raton 2006.

 

4.    Extraction and Isolation of Phenolic Compounds.

Celestino Santos-Buelga, Susana Gonzalez-Manzano,

Montserrat Dueñas and Ana M. Gonzalez-Paramas. In: Natural products

Isolation, Methods in Molecular Biology, 864(2012) 427-464.

 

5.    Extraction of Plant Secondary Metabolites.

William P. Jones and A. Douglas Kinghorn. In: Natural products Isolation,  Methods in Biotechnology, 20(2005) 323-351.

 

6.  Hyphenated Techniques and their Applications in Natural Product Analysis. Satyajit.D.Sarker and Lutfun Nahar. In: Natural Products Isolation, Methods in Molecular Biology, 864(2012) 301-340.

 

7.  Anthocyanins-Biosynthesis, Functions and Applications. Kevin Gould,   Kevin Davies, Chris Winefield. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2009.

 

 

8.    Handbook of Food and Analytical Chemistry-Pigments, Colorants, Flavors, Texture and Bioactive Food Components Vol-2. Ronald E.Wrolstad, Terry E.Acree, Eric A.Decker, Michael H.Penner, David S. Reid, Steven J. Schwartz, Charles F. Shoemaker, Denise Smith and Peter Sporns. John Wiley & Sons, Inc Publication 2000-2005.

 

9.    Phenolic Compound Biochemistry. Wilferd Vermerris and Ralph Nicholson. Springer Science +Business Media B.V. 2008.

 

10. Analytical Methods for Bioactive Compounds in Teas. Chi-Chun Wong, Ka-Wing Cheng, Jianfei Chao, Xiaofang Peng, Zongping Zheng,Jiajun Ju, Feng Chen and Mingfu Wang. In: Tea and Tea products: Chemistry and Health Promoting Properties, 2008; pp-78-102.

 

11.    Psychological and Physiological Consequences of Drinking Tea.

E.L.Gibson and J.A.Rycroft. In: Handbook of Behaviour, Food and Nutrition, 2011; pp- 621-636.

 

12. Tea: The Plant and its Manufacture; Chemistry and Consumption of the Beverage. Douglas A. Balentine, Matthew E.Harbowy and Harold N. Graham. In: Caffeine, 1997; pp-1-38.

 

13. Green Tea catechins: Anticancer Effects and Molecular Targets. Naghma Khan and Hasan Mukhtar. In: Plant Phenolics and Human Health- Biochemistry, Nutrition and Pharmacology, 2010; pp-165-183.

  

14.  PETUNIA, Petunia x hybrida. Robert J.Griesbach. In: Flower Breeding   and Genetics, 2006; pp-301-336. 

 

15. The Genetics of Flower Color. G.Tornielli, R.Koes, F.Quattrocchio. In: Petunia-Evolutionary, Developmental and Physiological Genetics, 2009; pp-269-299.

 

16. Petunia Biotechnology. Beverly A.Underwood, Michelle L.Jones and David G.Clerk. In: Petunia- Evolutionary, Developmental and Physiological Genetics, 2009; pp-411-433.

 

17. Flavonoid Pigments as Tools in Molecular Genetics. S.Chopra, A.Hoshino, J.Boddu and S.Iida. In: The Science of Flavonoids, 2006; pp-147-173.

 

 

JOURNALS

 

 

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3.    Dmitrienko, S.G. et al., (2012) Methods of Extraction, Preconcentration,

and Determination of Quercetin. Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2012, Vol. 67, No. 4, pp. 299–311.

 

4.    Eva de Rijke et al., (2006) Analytical separation and detection methods for flavonoids. Journal of Chromatography A, 1112 (2006) 31–63.

 

5.    Long-Zelin and Harnly J.M (2007) A Screening Method for the Identification     

Of Glycosylated flavonoids and other Phenolic Compounds using a Standard Analytical approach for all plant materials. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2007, 55, 1084-1096.

 

6.    Moiseev, D.V. et al (2011) Identification of Flavonoids in Plants by HPLC. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal 2011, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 35 – 38.

 

7.    Colin F. Poole (2003) Thin-layer chromatography: challenges and opportunities. Journal of Chromatography A, 1000 (2003) 963–984.

8.    M. Pirjo et al (2000) Determination of Flavonoids in Plant Material by HPLC with Diode-Array and Electro-Array Detections. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2000, 48, 5834-5841.

 

9.  Rong Tsao and Zeyuan Deng (2004) Separation procedures for naturally Occurring Antioxidant Phytochemicals. Journal of Chromatography B, 812(2004) 85-99.

 

 

10.  S.Joseph (2000) Thin-layer chromatography in food and agricultural analysis. Journal of Chromatography A, 880(2000) 129-147.

 

11.    Havsteen B.H. (2002) The biochemistry and medical significance of the Flavonoids. Pharmacology & Therapeutics 96(2002) 67-202.

 

12.    V.Josep et al (2009) Advanced separation methods of food anthocyanins,       isoflavones and flavanols. Journal of Chromatography A, 1216 (2009) 7143–7172.

 

13.    Long-Ze-Lin and James. M. Harnly (2007) A Screening Method for the       Identification of Glycosylated Flavonoids and Other Phenolic Compounds Using a Standard Analytical Approach for All Plant Materials. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2007, 55, 1084-1096.

 

14.  Jonathan M Hodgson (2008). Tea Flavonoids and cardiovascular disease. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol. 7(S1): pp-288-290.

 

15.    Sharma, V.K. et al (2007). Health Benefits of Tea consumption. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 6, No.3; pp- 785-792.

 

16.  Sharangi, A.B. (2009). Medicinal and Therapeutic potentialities of Tea (Camellia sinensis L)-A Review. Food Research International vol.42, pp- 529-535.

 

17.  Peterson, J. et al., (2005). Major flavonoids in dry tea. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis Vol.18, pp- 487-501.

 

18.  Dalluge, J.J. and Nelson, B.C. (2000). Determination of Tea Catechins. Journal of Chromatography A, Vol.881, pp- 411-424.

 

19. Bharadwaz, A. and Bhattacharjee, C. (2012). Extraction of Polyphenols from Dried Tea leaves. International Journal of Scientific and Research Engineering, Vol.3, Issue5, pp-1-5.

 

20.  Wang, H. et al., (2000). Tea Flavonoids: their function, utilization and analysis. Trends in Food Science and Technology, vol.11, pp-152-160.

 

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22.   Sakakibara, S. et al., (2003).Simultaneous Determination of All Polyphenols in Vegetables, Fruits and Teas. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.51, pp-571-581.

 

23. Baicon, M.T.E. et al., (2004). Anthocyanins in cereals. Journal of Chromatography A, vol. 1054, pp- 129-141.

 

24.  Koes, R. et al., (2005). Flavonoids; a colorful model for the regulation and evolution of biochemical pathway. Trends in Plant Science, Vol.10, No.5, pp- 236-242. 

 

25. Shirley, B.W. (2001). Flavonoid Biosynthesis- A Colorful Model for genetics, Biochemistry, cell Biology and Biotechnology. Plant Physiology, Vol.126, pp-485-493.

 

26. Tom Gerats and Michiel Vandenbussche (2005). A Model System for Comparative Research; Petunia. Trends in Plant Science, Vol.10, No.5, pp-251-256.

 

27.  Tsuda, S et al., (2004).Flower color modification of Petunia hybrida commercial varieties by metabolic engineering. Plant Biotechnology, Vol.21, No.5, pp-377-386.

 

 

 

 

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