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Biochemistry of Silicon and Related Problems

by Gerd Bendz

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Science / Biochemistry,
  • Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages591
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9624223M
    ISBN 10030633710X
    ISBN 109780306337109

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Biochemistry of Silicon and Related Problems by Gerd Bendz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Silicon chemistry was initiated in by Berzelius who prepared elemental silicon. In many ways silicon was considered a typical opposite of carbon, although the two elements are closely related as to their electronic structure, both having four valence electrons.

BOOK REVIEWS [ Biochemistry of Silicon and Related Problems Edited by Gerd Bendz and Ingvar Lindqvist. Pp Plenum Press, New York and London, £ Most, if not all, biological scientists will be aware of the problems associated with the inhalation of silica and certain silicates (andAuthor: T.A.

Scott. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: General Chemistry of Silicon.- Aqueous Silicic. Chapter 13 Biochemistry of Silicon and Related Problems Altmetric Badge Chapter 14 Isolation and Characterization of a Characteristic Phosphato-Silicate from Human Lungs with Silicosis.

This stimulated study of the antiatheroma action of silicon in atherosclerosis experimentally produced by cholesterol. Silicon partially inhibits lipid deposition by maintaining the normal caliber of elastic fibres, with occasional thickening and proliferation of these by: Biochemistry Workbook.

This note covers the following topics: Amino acids and proteins, Properties of proteins in solutions, Blood proteins, Nucleic acids, Carbohydrates, Phospholipids, steroids and fat-soluble vitamins, Enzymes, Digestive tract enzymes, The enzymatic reaction maximum velocity and the Michaelis constant, Enzymatic activity.

Twenty years ago silicon was afforded an extensive biochemistry. It was essential for DNA, protein and chlorophyll synthesis in diatoms [1]. It promoted bone formation and regulated connective tissue synthesis in rats [2] and chicks [3].Cited by: Alanine transaminase (ALT): It is an enzyme involved in amino acid break down in liver and other tissues.

Since liver is rich in ALT this test is specific for liver dysfunction. Quantitative Problems in Biochemistry Fourth Edition () by Edwin A. Dawes and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Silicon is the 14th element in the periodic table. Although it does not occur naturally in free form, in its combined form it accounts for about 25% of the earth's crust.

Silicone compounds are unique materials both in terms of the chemistry and in their wide range of useful Size: KB. Biochemistry of Silicon and Related Problems.

[Gerd Bendz; Ingvar Lindqvist; Vera Runnström-Reio] -- Silicon chemistry was initiated in by Berzelius who prepared elemental silicon. In many ways silicon was considered a typical opposite of carbon, although the two elements are closely related as.

The Chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds, Vol. 2, Part (Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups) by Zvi Rappoport and Yitzhak Apeloig | Sep 2, Hardcover. Silicon chemistry was initiated in by Berzelius who prepared elemental silicon.

In many ways silicon was considered a typical opposite of carbon, although the two elements are closely related as to their electronic structure, both having four valence electrons.

The properties of their compounds are, however, extreme­ ly different. Further studies also indicate that silicon participates in the biochemistry of the subcellular enzyme-containing structures.

Silicon also forms important interrelationships with other elements. Although it is clear from the body of recent work that silicon performs a specific metabolic. Silicon is an essential nutrient of fundamental importance to human biology.

It has been shown that silicon is required for bone, cartilage, and connective tissue formation. However, the assessment of silicon concentration is difficult as reference values are by: Pair your accounts.

Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library. 1. Bendz, G. & Lindqvist, I. (eds) The Biochemistry of Silicon and Related Problems (Plenum, New York, ).

Google ScholarCited by: The physiological role of the silicon and its antiatheromatous action Biochemistry of silicon and related problems. Nobel Fondation Symposium Edited by Gerd BENDZ and Ingvar LINDQVIST. Plenum Press. New York and London. ISBN X. Jugdaohsingh.

Silicon and Bone Health. J Nutr Health Aging. Mar-Apr; 11(2): 3. Selection of Silicon. Silicon is the second most abundant element in the lithosphere and is known to be an essential element.

However, silicon has been studied and many scientists have determined that silicon contains no biochemical activity or function. One reason for this can be described for its lack of bioorganic diversity. The most popular seems to be Lehninger: Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry: David L.

Nelson, Michael M. Cox: : Books. Lots of physiology - seems to be especially popular among pre-meds and med students. Don't forget to c Missing: Silicon.

Silicon in Plants: Advances and Future Prospects presents the beneficial effects of silicon in improving productivity in plants and enhancing the capacity of plants to resist stresses from environmental factors.

It compiles recent advances made worldwide in different leading laboratories concerning the role of silicon in plant biology in order.Most classical food chemistry/biochemistry books mention close to 20 carbohydrates (glucose, fructose, lac- tose, etc.), 22 basic amino acids, 20 or more fatty acids, 13 vitamins, and 30 minerals in food systems.

But now, we know that foods may contain at leastdifferent chemicals.Silicon biochemistry. Wiley, Chichester (Ciba Foundation Symposium ), p — Within the last decade, silicon has been recognized as an essential trace element participating in the normal metabolism of higher animals.

We have shown that silicon .