Phytochemistry of Plants of Genus Piper


Common Names of Piper SpeciesDistribution of Piper SpeciesBotanical Description of Piper SpeciesPiper argyrophyllum Miq.Piper Attenuatum Buch.-Ham. ex Miq.Piper Divaricatum G.Mey. (Synonym: P. Adenophyllum Miq., P. Apiculatum C.DC., P. Colubrina (Link) Miq., P. Colubrinum Link)Piper Galeatum (Miq.) C.DC. (Synonym: Muldera Galeata Miq.)Piper Hymenophyllum (Miq.) WightPiper longum L.Piper Mullesua Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don (Synonym: P. Guigual Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don)Piper nigrum L.Piper Retrofractum Vahl (Synonym: P. Chaba Hunter, P. Officinarum C.DC.)Piper umbellatum L.Brief Review on Chemistry of Piper SpeciesBrief Review on Pharmacology and Biological Activity of Piper SpeciesInsecticidal and Acaricidal ActivityAntifungal ActivityAntiamoebic ActivityAntimicrobial ActivityEffect on Respiratory SystemAntiasthmatic ActivityAntidiabetic ActivityHypocholesterolemic ActivityAntioxidant ActivityAnalgesic ActivityAntiinaflmmatory ActivityImmunomodulatory ActivityAnticancer ActivityAntidepressant ActivityAntiulcer ActivityEffect on Reproductive SystemBioavailability EnhancementHepatoprotective ActivityTraditional Medicinal Uses of Piper SpeciesCommercially Available Products Obtained from Various Piper SpeciesPhytochemical AnalysisMetabolic Profiling of Piper Species by Direct Analysis Using Real Time Mass Spectrometry Combined with Principal Component AnalysisPlant Material and ChemicalsOptimization of DART-MS AnalysisDART-MS Analysis of Piper SpeciesIdentification of Marker Using Principal Component AnalysisQuantitative Determination of Chemical Constituents of Piper Species Using UPLC-ESI-MS/MSPlant Material and ChemicalsExtraction and Sample PreparationUPLC-MS/MS ConditionsInstrumental ParametersCompound-dependent ParametersOptimization of UPLC ConditionsOptimization of MS/MS ConditionsQuantitative AnalysisMS/MS Spectra and MRM TransitionsAnalytical Method ValidationLinearity, LOD and LOQPrecision, Stability and RecoveryQuantitative Analysis of SamplesDiscrimination of Piper Species by Principal Component Analysis
 
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