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Alkaloids pp 215-234 | Cite as

Genetic and Chemical Analysis for Alkaloids in Papaver

  • J. R. Sharma
  • M. M. Gupta
Part of the Modern Methods of Plant Analysis book series (MOLMETHPLANT, volume 15)

Abstract

In the preface of the monograph The Opium Poppy, the editors Husain and Sharma (1983) have aptly summed up the significance of Papaver, P. somniferum in particular, in the growth of major world civilization. They stated: “The story of the man’s civilization is, by and large, a chronicle of his socioeconomic development based on the exploitation of enormous plant resources which nature has generously bestowed upon the earth. Though food plants were its pivotal base, other plants equally contributed to its grandeur. For instance, the growth of major world civilizations (Egyptian 1955 b.c., Greek 1500-1000 b.c., Mesopotamian 700 b.c.) is closely associated with recognition of the opium poppy as a useful plant of medicinal significance in pre-historic times.”

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High Performance Liquid Chromatography High Performance Liquid Chromatography Analysis Reversed Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography Opium Poppy Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography 
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