flavone

NOUN
  1. a colorless crystalline compound that is part of a number of white or yellow plant pigments
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  • Active ingredients include flavone glycosides (including ginkgolide), bioflavins, sitosterol, lactones and anthocyanin. Wil's Ebay E-Store
  • JAIN, R.K. and SHARMA, G.C. (1980) Prosogerin¬óD, a new flavone from Prosopis spicigera seeds. Chapter 5
  • Most of the health benefits of soy have been attributed to its high concentration of isoflavones, including genistein, which resemble natural estrogens in the body.
  • Objective To explore the technological processes of extraction, identification and determination of total flavone from folium Camelliae for fully making use of Camellia sinensis resourses.
  • Similarly, in a study of soy versus linseed versus wheat supplemented diets the reduction in the rate of hot flushes after 12 weeks was greatest in the wheat diet phase, when the women had very low urine isoflavone excretion.
  • Euchresta japonica the main active ingredient is matrine and oxymatrine, return imply flavone and saponin etc.
  • Flavonoids are composed of different chemical classes such as flavones, isoflavones, flavonols, flavanols, flavanones, and chalcones.
  • Isoflavone Aglycone ( phytoestrogens ) can activate the anti - oxidization system in the body to eliminate free radicals.
  • In the pre-stages, when the base and stalk cells were not fully developed, Naturstoffreagent A gave an orange-yellow fluorescence to flavones.
  • Consisting of approximately 2,200 compounds, the flavonoid family of chemicals consists also of the closely related flavones, flavonones, and flavonols.
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