Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

The Question of Caffeine

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Academic Editor

Jolanta Latosińska
Jolanta Latosińska

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań,
Poland

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Magdalena Latosińska
Magdalena Latosińska

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań,
Poland

Published21 June 2017

Doi10.5772/65133

ISBN978-953-51-3274-5

Print ISBN978-953-51-3273-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4779-4

Copyright year2017

Number of pages172

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Open access  chapters

2. Coffea arabica: A Plant with Rich Content in Caffeine

By Eva Brigitta Patay, Luminiţa Fritea, Andreea Antonescu, Angela Antonescu and Luciana Dobjanschi

2,738
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3. How Much Caffeine in Coffee Cup? Effects of Processing Operations, Extraction Methods and Variables

By Carla Severini, Antonio Derossi, Ilde Ricci, Anna Giuseppina Fiore and Rossella Caporizzi

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4. Caffeine Dose-Response Relationship and Behavioral Screening in Zebrafish

By Luana C. Santos, Julia Ruiz-Oliveira, Priscila F. Silva and Ana C. Luchiari

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6. Influence of Exogenously Supplemented Caffeine on Cell Division, Germination, and Growth of Economically Important Plants

By Wojciech Sledz, Agata Motyka, Sabina Zoledowska, Agnieszka Paczek, Emilia Los and Jacek Rischka

2,241
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7. Chemistry and Biotransformation of Coffee By-Products to Biofuels

By Bianca Yadira Pérez-Sariñana and Sergio Saldaña-Trinidad

3,152
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