By Fereidoon Shahidi
content material: helpful healthiness results and downsides of antinutrients and phytochemicals in meals : an outline / Fereidoon Shahidi --
Protease and [alpha]-amylase inhibitors of upper vegetation / John R. Whitaker --
Plant lectins : houses, dietary value, and serve as / Irvin E. Liener --
Antinutritional and allergenic proteins / H. Frøkiær, T.M.R. Jørgensen, A. Rosendal, M.C. Tonsgaard, and V. Barkholt --
Potato polyphenols : function within the plant and within the nutrition / Mendel Friedman --
Potato glycoalkaloids : chemical, analytical, and biochemical views / S.J. Jadhav, S.E. Lutz, G. Mazza, and D.K. Salunkhe --
organic actions of potato glycoalkaloids / Leslie C. Plhak and Peter Sporns --
[Alpha]-galactosides of sucrose in meals : composition, flatulence-causing results, and elimination / Marian Naczk, Ryszard Amarowicz, and Fereidoon Shahidi --
Glucosinolates in Brassica oilseeds: processing results and extraction / Fereidoon Shahidi, James ok. Daun, and Douglas R. DeClercq --
Cyanogenic glycosides of flaxseeds / Fereidoon Shahidi and P.K.J.P.D. Wanasundara --
dietary implications of canola condensed tannins / Marian Naczk and Fereidoon Shahidi --
equipment for decision of condensed and hydrolyzable tannins / Ann E. Hagerman, Yan Zhao, and Sarah Johnson --
Lawsone : phenolic of henna and its power use in protein-rich meals and marking / Rashda Ali and Syed Asad Sayeed --
Anticarcinogenic actions of polyphenols in meals and herbs / Ken-ichi Miyamoto, Tsugiya Murayama, Takashi Yoshida, Tsutomu Hatano, and Takuo Okuda --
Chemiluminescence of catechins and soybean saponins within the presence of energetic oxygen species / Kazuyoshi Okubo, Yumiko Yoshiki, Kiharu Igarashi, and Kazuhiko Yotsuhashi --
Phytoestrogens and lignans: results on replica and protracted affliction / Sharon E. Rickard and Lilian U. Thompson --
Interactions and organic results of phytic acid / Sharon E. Rickard and Lilian U. Thompson --
Anticarcinogenic results of saponins and phytosterols / A.V. Rao and R. Koratkar.
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According to this, all proteins possessing at least one non-catalytic domain that specifically binds monoor oligosaccharides reversibly are defined as lectins. Plant lectins can be divided into four groups: legume lectins, chitin-binding lectins, monocot mannose-binding lectins and type-2 ribosome-inactivating proteins (2). The two groups of lectins described below are most important in connection with food antinutrients. Legume Lectins. Proteins from the legume lectin group are structurally related lectins that occur exclusively in legumes.