publication . Doctoral thesis . 2014

Chemometric analysis of chemical and biological studies of pharmacologically important plants

Ilić, Budimir S.;
Open Access Serbian
  • Published: 30 Sep 2014
  • Publisher: Универзитет у Нишу, Природно-математички факултет
Abstract
Plants synthesize primary and secondary metabolites from simple molecules, among wich inorganic compounds are of great importance. Examining the extractability and solubility of the soil elements helps us explicate the mechanism of their adsorption by plants. Besides primary and secondary metabolites, witch were proven to have healing properties, plants are a source of necessary elements wich are on a biochemical level important for optimal functioning of the human body. Taking into regard the bacterial resistance towards synthetic antibiotics, in the past few decades, it is necessary to systematically search for new antibacterial agents, and essential oils are ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Hemometrijska analiza, etarska ulja, antibiotici, biljke, antibakterijska aktivnost, biogeni elementi, sinergizam, molekularni doking, Chemometry, plants, biogenic elements, essential oils, antibiotics, antibacterial activity, synergism, molecular docking
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MESTD| The electrical breakdown of gases, surface processes and applications
Project
  • Funder: Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia (MESTD)
  • Project Code: 171025
  • Funding stream: Basic Research (BR or ON)
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MESTD| Geochemical investigations of sedimentary rocks - fossil fuels and environmental pollutants
Project
  • Funder: Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia (MESTD)
  • Project Code: 176006
  • Funding stream: Basic Research (BR or ON)
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