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245 00 Natural materials and products from insects :|bchemistry 
       and applications /|cDhiraj Kumar, Mohammad Shahid, 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer,|c2020. 
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505 0  1. Polyphenols and flavonoids from honey: Biological 
       applications -- 2. Chemistry and application of lac and 
       its by-products -- 3. Silk: an amazing biomaterial for 
       future medication -- 4. Insect Chitin and Chitosan: 
       Structure, Properties, Production and Implementation 
       Prospective -- 5. Recent advances in the arthropod natural
       product chemistry -- 6. Silkworm: A Unique Creature for 
       Natural Products -- 7. Present and future prospects on 
       nutritious feeding using insects -- 8. Insect Pheromones 
       and its applications in management of pest population -- 
       9. Non-Protein chemical compounds from Lepidopteran insect
       cocoons. . 
520    This book reviews the latest research on bioproducts from 
       various economically important insects, such as silkworms,
       honey bees, lac and drosophila, and termites, and 
       discusses their general, biomedical and industrial 
       applications in detail. It includes chapters focusing on 
       insects as a food source, probiotics, silk-based 
       biomaterials, insect pheromones, insects as biomedicine 
       source, pupa oil chemistry, non-protein compounds from 
       Lepidopteran insects, insect chitin and chitosan, 
       polyphenols and flavonoids. Model insects like Bombyx mori
       or bees were domesticated in Asian countries thousands of 
       years ago. Over time, natural products from these animals 
       became industrialized and today they attracting increasing
       attention thanks to their sustainability and their 
       manifold applications in agriculture and biomedicine. The 
       book is intended for entomologists, material scientists, 
       natural product researchers and biotechnologists. . 
650  0 Biological products.|0
650  0 Insects.|0
700 1  Kumar, Dhiraj.|0
700 1  Shahid, Mohammad.|0
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990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2020 -
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