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FrontCover; COFFEE IN HEALTHAND DISEASEPREVENTION; Contents; Contributors; Preface; SECTION 1: INTRODUCTORY AND GENERAL TEXT; SECTION 2: EFFECTS OF COFFEE CONSUMPTION; SECTION 3: EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC COMPOUNDS FOUND IN COFFEE; SECTION 4: ANALYSIS AND METHODS; Biography; SECTION 1 -INTRODUCTORYAND GENERAL TEXT; PART 1.1 -THE PLANT; CHAPTER 1 -The Coffee Plant and Beans: An Introduction; 1.1 THE PLANT; 1.2 GREEN COFFEE PRODUCTION; 1.3 SUMMARY POINTS; References; Chapter 2- Highlights in the History of Coffee Science Related to Health; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 COFFEE, HEALTH, AND SCIENCE.
2.3 MAIN BIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES IN COFFEE2.4 IMPLICATIONS OF THE AMOUNT CONSUMED; 2.5 COFFEE AND ASSOCIATED HABITS; 2.6 EFFECTS RELATED TO ORGANS AND DISEASES; 2.7 COFFEE AND NUTRITION; 2.8 CONCLUDING REMARKS; 2.9 SUMMARY POINTS; References; Chapter3 -- Plant Biochemistry: Trigonelline Biosynthesis in Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora; 3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 SECONDARY METABOLITES PRODUCED IN COFFEE PLANTS; 3.3 OCCURRENCE OF TRIGONELLINE; 3.4 BIOSYNTHESIS OF TRIGONELLINE; 3.5 DEGRADATION OF TRIGONELLINE; 3.6 PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF TRIGONELLINE METABOLISM IN COFFEE; 3.7 SUMMARY POINTS.
Chapter6 -- Characterization of Coffee Genes Involved in Isoprenoid and Diterpene Metabolic Pathways6.1 INTRODUCTION; 6.2 OVERVIEW OF THE ISOPRENOID METABOLIC PATHWAY; 6.3 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF DITERPENES; 6.4 REGULATORY ENZYMES AND CANDIDATE GENES INVOLVED IN ISOPRENOID AND DITERPENE BIOSYNTHESIS; 6.5 CONCLUSIONS; 6.6 SUMMARY POINTS; References; Chapter7 -- Botanical Aspects of the Antioxidant System in Coffee; 7.1 INTRODUCTION; 7.2 CONCLUSIONS; References; Chapter8 -- Coffee Industry in India: Production to Consumption-A Sustainable Enterprise; 8.1 INTRODUCTION.
8.2 overview of indian coffee industry8.3 trends in coffee exports and consumption; 8.4 indian coffees: quality perspective; 8.5 history of coffee cultivation in india and early cultivated varieties; 8.6 unique features of coffee cultivation in india; 8.7 genetic resources and diversity of coffee gene pool; 8.8 coffee germplasm in india; 8.9 molecular characterization of representative coffee germplasm available in india; 8.10 coffee species endemic to india; 8.11 taxonomic status of indigenous psilanthus species compared with coffea species.
Coffee in Health and Disease Prevention presents a comprehensive look at the compounds in coffee, their reported benefits (or toxicity risks) and also explores them on a health-condition specific level, providing researchers and academics with a single-volume resource to help in identifying potential treatment uses. No other book on the market considers all the varieties of coffee in one volume, or takes the disease-focused approach that will assist in directing further research and studies. The book embraces a holistic approach and effectively investigates coffee and its specific compounds..
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