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Publisher:Asia Pacific Business Press Inc.National Institute of Industrial Research
Published In:2004
ISBN-10:8178330571
ISBN-13:9788178330570
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:1.69 lbs
Pages:pp. xii + 504, Figures, Tables, Annexures

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About the Book

In recent years, there has been a tremendous growth of interest in plant based drugs, pharmaceuticals, perfumery products, cosmetics and aroma compounds used in food flavours and fragrances and natural colours in the world.

There is a definite trend to adopt plant based products due to the cumulative derogatory effects resulting from the use of antibiotic and synthetics and except for A Few cultivated crops, the availability of plant based material is mainly from the natural sources like forests and wastelands.

There is a need to introduce these crops into the cropping system of the country which, besides meeting the demands of the industry, will also help to maintain the standards on quality, potency and chemical composition.

Contents

I. CULTIVATION OF TAGETES MINUTA :
1. Botanical Description of the Plant
2. Genetic Improvement
3. Agrotechnology
4. Soil and Climate
5. Propagation
6. Weed Control
7. Fertilizers and Manures
8. Irrigation
9. Harvesting
10. Intercropping
11. Crop Rotations
12. Diseases
13. Distillation
14. Chemistry
15. Distillation unit Design Availability

II. CULTIVATION OF EUCALYPTUS CITRIODORA :
1. Description of the Plant
2. Cultivation
3. Soil and Climate
4. Preparation of Land
5. Propagation
6. Nursery
7. Transplanting
8. Weeding
9. Manures and Fertilizers
10. Harvesting
11. Pests and Diseases
12. Distillation
13. Yield
14. Chemical Constituents
15. Uses

III. CULTIVATION OF ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS :
1. Introduction
2. Description of the Plant
3. Cultivation
4. Soil and Climate
5. Propagation
6. Transplanting, Intercultural and Fertilizer Application
7. Irrigation
8. Harvesting
9. Pests and Diseases and their Control
10. Distillation
11. Oil Content and Yield
12. Chemical Constituents

IV. CULTIVATION OF CORIANDER SATIVUM :
1. Description of the Plant
2. Cultivation
3. Soil and Climate
4. Propagation
5. Irrigation
6. Harvesting
7. Pests and Diseases
8. Distillation
9. Yield
10. Chemical Constituents
11. Uses
12. Economics of Cultivation

V. CULTIVATION OF LAVENDER SPECIES :
1. Botany
2. Soil and Climate
3. Cultivation
4. Propagation
5. Propagation By Seeds
6. Transplantation
7. Fertilizer Application
8. Weeding
9. Regeneration
10. Harvesting
11. Distillation
12. Oil Content and Oil Yield
13. Chemical Constituents
14. Uses
15. Economics of Cultivation

VI. CULTIVATION OF MATRICARIA CHAMOMILLA :
1. Description of the Plant
2. Genetics
3. Cultivation
4. Soil and Climate
5. Propagation/Nursery
6. Transplantation, Irrigation and Weeding
7. Cropping Sequence
8. Pests and Diseases
9. Manures and Fertilizers
10. Harvesting
11. Collection of Seeds
12. Yield
13. Drying and Storage
14. Distilation
15. Yield and Characteristics of the oil
16. Uses
17. Specification of the Drug
18. Economics of Cultivation

VII. VANILLA-WORLD'S SECOND-MOST EXPENSIVE SPICE :
1. Vanilla Flower
2. Vanilla Beans
3. Vanilla Cultivation in India
4. Commercial Cultivation of Vanilla
5. Vanilla - Extract and Flavourings
6. Commercial uses of Vanilla
7. Market for Vanilla
8. Exports Grades and Standards

VIII. CULTIVATION OF Artemisia ANNUA :
1. Description of the Plant
2. Soil and Climate
3. Propagation
4. Weed Control
5. Fertilizers and Manures
6. Irrigation
7. Harvesting
8. Chemistry and Uses
9. Distillation
10. Economics of Cultivation

IX. CULTIVATION OF MENTHA ARVENSIS :
1. Plant Descriptors
2. Available Cultivars of Menthol mint
3. Choice of Place for Cultivation
4. Land Preparation
5. Preparation of Planting Material
6. Production of Suckers
7. Production of Seedlings
8. Planting of Suckers in the Field
9. Fertilizer Application
10. Irrigation and Drainage
11. Interculture and weed Control
12. Crop Rotation
13. Intercropping
14. Harvesting
15. Yield
16. Storage of Herbage
17. Pests and Diseases
18. Insect Pests
19. Diseases
20. Distillation of Herbage for Essential oil
21. Directly-fired Distillation tank
22. Design Availability
23. Use of mint oil and its Derivatives
24. Economics of Cultivation

X. CULTIVATION OF FRENCH BASIL (OCIMUM BACILICUM L.) :
1. European Type
2. Reunion Type
3. Methyl Cinnamate Type
4. Eugenol Type
5. Botany
6. Soil and Climate
7. Field preparation

8. Propagation :
i. Raising of Nursery
ii. Planting

9. Irrigation
10. Fertiliser Application
11. Interculture
12. Harvesting and Yield
13. Agronomical Studies
14. Physiological Studies
15. Heavy Metal Tolerance
16. Effect of Growth Hormones
17. Mineral Contents
18. Seed Mucilage Studies
19. Effect of Photoperiodism
20. Biosynthesis of Eugenol
21. Tissue Culture Studies
22. Genetical Studies
23. Chemical Composition
24. Uses
25. Cosmetic
26. Food
27. Folk medicine
28. Ayurvedic Properties

XI. JASMINE-CROP IMPROVEMENT & AGROTECHNIQUES :
1. New Varieties of Jasmine
2. Arka Surabhi
3. Arka Arpan
4. Efforts for new Vatiety of Jasminum Auriculatum for Extraction of Essential oil
5. Constituent of Jasmine Essential oil
6. Agronomy
7. Plant Protection
8. Water Saving, Labour Saving Low Cost Device for Propagation of Plant Cuttings
9. Details of the Device
10. Required Materials for the Device
11. Detailed Method
12. Economic Viability of Growing Jasmine for Essential oil

XII. SEMECARPUS ANACARDIUM L.F. :
1. Introduction
2. Chemistry of Nuts

XIII. HIMALAYAN CEDARWOOD OIL :
1. Essential oil of Deodar (Cedrus Deodara)
2. Essential oil of Juniperus Recurva var. Squamata and other oils of Juniperus spp
3. Agarwood and Oil Agarwood
4. Uses

XIV. ESSENTIAL OILS OF AGARWOOD, CINNAMOMUM TAMALA LEAVES, EUCALYPTUS CITRIODORA AND CAULTHERIA PRAGRANTISSIMA :
1. Distillation
2. Gaultheria
3. Eucalyptus

XV. PAST AND FUTURE OF SANDAL WOOD OIL INDUSTRY :
1. Plantation and Harvesting
2. Disease Control
3. Distillation of Oil
4. Packing
5. Problems and their Solutions
6. Adulteration
7. Future Prospects
8. Kewda Industry in Orissa

XVI. PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY AND PACKAGE OF PRACTICES IN CHILLI :
1. Cultivated Species of Capsicum
2. Constraints in Chilli Production
3. Technologies Developed
4. Disease and Disease Management
5. Marketing in Chilli
6. Value Addition in Chilli

XVII. BY-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FROM TURMERIC AND GINGER RHIZOMES :
1. Introduction
2. By-Product Development in Turmeric
3. Curcumin
4. Turmeric Essential Oils
5. Isolation of Essential Oils and its Flavour Profile
6. By-Product Development in Ginger
7. Survey of Raw Material
8. Essential oils
9. Oleoresin
10. Gingerol in Ginger Oleoresin
11. Starch
12. Protein
13. Crude Fibre
14. Commercial Extraction of Ginger Oleoresin
15. Process Description for Oleoresins
16. Oleoresin Quality
17. Flavour Quality of Ginger Oleoresins
18. Essential Oils of Ginger
19. Profile of Flavour in Ginger Cultivars

XVIII. SYNTHESIS OF 4-ACYE-3, 7,7-TRIMETHYLBICYCLO [4,1, 0] HEPT-3-ENE AND RELATED COMPOUNDS BY FRIEDEL CRAFTS REACTION ON (+) - CAR -3-ENE :
1. Results and Discussions :
i. Synthesis of 4-acetyl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] hept-3-ene and its Position Isomers (II).
ii. Synthesis of 4-Propionyl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 7] hept-3-ene and its Position Isomers (III)
iii. Synthesis of 4-Butyryl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] hept-3-ene and its Position Isomers (IV)

2. Experimental
3. Fractionation of Turpentine Oil for Isolation of-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0) hept-3-ene ((+) - Car -3-ene (I)
4. 4-Acetyl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1,0) hept-3-ene and its Position Isomers (II)
5. Separation of lla, and llc by Column Chromatography
6. 4-Acetyl-3, 7. 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] hept-2-ene (llb) 3-Methylene-4-acetyl-7, 7-Dimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] Heptane (IIc)
7. 4-PropiOhyl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4,1,0] hept-3-ene and Position Isomers (III)
8. Separation of IIIa, IIIb and IIIc by column Chromatography
9. 4-Propionyl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, OJ
hept-3-ene (IIIa)
10. 4-Propionyl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] hept-2-ene (IIIb)
11. 3-Methylene-4-Propionyl-7, 7-Dimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] heptane (IIIc)
12. 4-Butyryl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 01 hept-3-ene and its Position Isomers (IV)
13. Sederation of IVa, IVb and FVc by column Chromatography
14. 4-Butyryl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] hept-3-ene (IVa)
15. 4-Buryryl-3, 7, 7-Trimethylbicyclo [4. 1, 0] hept-2-ene (IVb)
16. 3-Methylene- 4-Butyryl-7, 7-Dimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] heptane (IVc).

XIX. FREE AND GLYCOSIDICALLY BOUND VOLATILES OF CLOVE (EUGENIA CARYOPHYLLATA)
1. Experimental Procedures
2. Capillary Gas Chromatographic Analysis
3. Results

XX. CULTIVATION OF SPICES :
1. Black Pepper
2. Climate
3. Soil
4. Varieties
5. Production of Rooted Cuttings
6. Cultural Practices
7. Standards
8. Planting
9. Under Planting
10. Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management
11. Irrigation
12. Bush Pepper
13. Diseases
14. Pests
15. Harvesting
16. Cardamom
17. Mainfield Planting
18. Varieties
19. Propagation
20. Diseases
21. Pests
22. Cloves
23. Climate and Soil
24. Varieties
25. Planting Material
26. Planting
27. Manuring
28. Diseases
29. Pests
30. Nutmeg
31. Cultural Practices
32. Manuring
33. Pests
34. Cinnamon
35. Cultural Practices
36. Diseases
37. Manuring and processing
38. Diseases
39. Pests
40. Ginger
41. Varieties
42. Cultural Practices
43. Diseases
44. Pests
45. Turmeric
46. Varieties
47. Cultural Practices
48. Diseases
49. Pests

XXI. BUNIUM PERSICUM (BOISS.) FEDTSCH - BOTANY, CONSERVATION STRATEGIES AND CULTIVATION :
1. Botanical Description of Plant
2. Climate and Distribution
3. Reasons and Remedies for Dwindling Population of B. persicum in Nature
4. Phenotypic Variability
5. Climate
6. Soil Type
7. Preparation of Land

8. Plantation" :
i. Plantation through Seeds
ii. Plantation through Tuberous Roots

9. Spacing
10. Method of Plantation
11. Manuring
12. Weeding
13. Irrigation
14. Harvesting
15. Intercropping
16. Pests and Diseases of Kala Zira Crop
17. Experimental Studies for the Propagation of Planting Material under Laboratory Conditions
18. Regeneration through Tissue Culture
19. Economics of the Crop
20. Conclusion

XXII. ESSENTIAL OILS OF ARTEMISIA SPECIES IN KASHMIR HIMALAYA :
1. Artemisia Moorcroftiana Wall
2. Artemisia Laciniata Wild
3. Artemisia Salsoloides Will
4. Artemisia Persica Boiss
5. Artemisia Vestita Wall
6. Conclusion

XXIII. CULTIVATION AND UTILIZATION OF KAEMPFERIA GALANGA L :
1. Botany
2. Crop Improvement
3. Crop Management
4. Extraction of Essential Oil
5. Physico-Chemical Properties of Oil
6. Utilization

XXIV. CULTIVATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF SWEET MARJORAM :
1. Floristics and Crop Improvement :
i. Floristics
ii. Studies on Floral Biology
iii. Crop Improvement

2. Crop Production and Management :
i. Soil and Climate
ii. Propagation
iii. Studies on Nutrient and Spacing
iv. Use of Growth Regulators
v. Crop Rotation/Sequencing and Inter-crops
vi. Irrigation and Inter-culture
vii. Insect Pests and Diseases
viii. Harvesting, Production of Essential Oil and Yield
ix. Chemistry of Oil

XXV. CULTIVATION OF DAVANA FOR ESSENTIAL OIL :
1. Introduction
2. Botany
3. Floral Biology
4. Climate
5. Soil
6. Nursery Raising
7. Transplanting
8. Manures and Fertilizers
9. Irrigation
10. Interculture
11. Growth Regulator Application
12. Plant Protection
13. Insect Pests
14. Diseases
15. Harvesting
16. Distillation
17. Yield and Oil Content
18. Chemical Constituents
19. Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Davana

XXVI. ESSENTIAL OIL OF HYPTIS SUAVEOLENS POIT :
1. Antimicrobial Efficacy of the Essential Oil of H. Suaveolens :
i. Phytotoxic Behaviour of the Oil
ii. Chemical Constituents of the Oil Conclusions

XXVII. TAGETES MINUTE (WILD MARIGOLD) AN ECONOMIC CROP FOR HILLY REGIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Crop Management
3. Harvesting and Distillation
4. Quality Evaluation
5. Uses of Tagetes Oil
6. Research Needs

XXVIII. PRESENT STATUS OF JAMROSA - A REVIEW :
1. Cultivation
2. Areas under Cultivation and Marketing Prospects

XXIX. CULTURAL PRACTICES OF CKP-25 (LEMONGRASS) UNDER IRRIGATED CONDITIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Effect of Date of Plantings
3. Effect of Different Spacing Combinations
4. Effect of Nitrogen Levels
5. Recommendations

XXX. DEVELOPMENT OF NEW CULTIVARS OF CYMBOPOGONS AS SOURCE OF TERPENE CHEMICALS
XXXI. INDIAN CYMBOPOGONS-BOTANY, AGROTECHNOLOGY, UTILIZATION, CONSTRAINTS AND FUTURE SCOPE :
1. Botany
2. Morphology
3. Taxonomic Position
4. Distribution

5. Cytological Studies :
i. Chromosome Number
ii. Cytogenetics
iii. Reproduction

6. Agrotechnology
7. Age of Plantation
8. Manures and Fertilizers
9. Irrigation
10. Weed Control
11. Harvesting
12. Genetic Improvement
13. Utilization
14. Essential Oils
15. Major Research and Development Constraints
16. Conclusion and Scope for Future Work

XXXII. GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE OF CYMBOPOGON CITRATUS STAPF., THE WEST INDIAN LEMONGRASS AND CYMBOPOGON PENDULUS (NEES EX STEUD.) WATS., THE JAMMU LEMONGRASS IN WEST BENGAL) :
1. Result and Discussion
2. Intraspecific Variation
3. Interspecific Variation

XXXIII. INDIAN TURPENTINE OIL AS A RAW MATERIAL FOR TERPENE CHEMICALS :
1. Production of Oil of Turpentine
2. Utilization of Oil of Turpentine
3. Constituents of Oil of Turpentine and their Derivatives

XXXIV. CULTIVATION OF MUSK MALLOW IN JAMMU :
1. Introduction

XXXV. MORPHO-ECONOMIC FEATURES OF BURMA CITRONELLA (CYMBOPOGON WINTERIANUS JOWITT) :
1. Introduction
2. Discussion

XXXVI. OXIDATION OF Y-TERPINENE AND ISOLONGIFOLENE WITH T-BUTYL CHROMATE :
1. Oxidation of y-Terpinene (I)
2. Oxidation of Isolongifolene (VI)

XXXVII. SCOPE FOR COMMERCIAL CULTIVATION OF AROMATIC PLANTS IN UPPER PULNEY HILLS

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