ESPECIES DE STENOCEREUS CON ARÃ‰OLAS MORENAS: CLAVE Y DESCRIPCIONES
- Roses Are Red, White, Yellow, Pink... Spencer, Patricia W. // Natural History;Jun/Jul76, Vol. 85 Issue 6, p78
Discusses the three types of organic pigments that produce plant color. Function of the quantity of chlorophyll present in the tissue; Major form of carotenoid; Chemical structure of anthocyanin.
- Jack-in-the-pulpit from Japan. Lorton, Steven R. // Sunset;Apr2002, Vol. 208 Issue 4, p78
Features the plant species from Japan A. sikokianum in Washington. Blooming colors of the plant; Height of the sikokianum; Availability of the plant at Naylor Creek Nursery.
- Colour implications of self-association processes of wine anthocyanins. Susana González-Manzano; Celestino Santos-Buelga; Montserrat Dueñas; Julián Rivas-Gonzalo; Teresa Escribano-Bailón // European Food Research & Technology;Jan2008, Vol. 226 Issue 3, p483
AbstractÂ Â Copigmentation processes have been indicated to be crucial to stabilise coloured forms of the anthocyanins and explain colour expression in young red wines. Several studies exist about copigmentation between anthocyanins and different phenolics in model solutions, but little...
- THE DARKER, THE BETTER. Elliott, Tabatha; Stoppani, Jim // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Dec2004, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p195
Provides information on the health benefits of anthocyanins, the natural plant colorants that belong to the flavonoid group of plant compounds. Foods with the highest anthocyanin content; Advice on maximizing the benefits of the compound.
- Diel Variation in Flower Scent Reveals Poor Consistency of Diurnal and Nocturnal Pollination Syndromes in Sileneae. Prieto-Benítez, Samuel; Dötterl, Stefan; Giménez-Benavides, Luis // Journal of Chemical Ecology;Dec2015, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p1095
The composition of flower scent and the timing of emission are crucial for chemical communication between plants and their pollinators; hence, they are key traits for the characterization of pollination syndromes. In many plants, however, plants are assigned to a syndrome based on inexpensive to...
- On the problem of identification of the dihydroquercetin flavonoid. Nifant�ev, E.; Koroteev, M.; Kaziev, G.; Uminskii, A.; Grachev, A.; Men�shov, V.; Tsvetkov, Yu.; Nifant�ev, N.; Bel�skii, V.; Stash, A. // Russian Journal of General Chemistry;Jan2006, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p161
A reliable method for identification of the dihydroquercetin flavonoid is proposed on the basis of its complex structural study.
- Hyperspectral remote sensing of plant pigments. Blackburn, George Alan // Journal of Experimental Botany;Mar2007, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p855
The dynamics of pigment concentrations are diagnostic of a range of plant physiological properties and processes. This paper appraises the developing technologies and analytical methods for quantifying pigments non-destructively and repeatedly across a range of spatial scales using hyperspectral...
- Science notes. BEATTY, VINCENT // America;10/18/1947, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p72
The article focuses on the pigments latent in the leaves due to the disintegration of the chlorophyll. It notes that the anthocyanins, which are sometimes dependent upon sunlight, produce the blue, violet, and most of the red colors in the leaf. The presence of flavone derivatives is manifested...
- Flavonoids and isoflavonoids from Genista sessilifolia DC. Growing in Turkey. Tosun, F.; Akyuz Kizilay, C.; Tosun, A. // Chemistry of Natural Compounds;Jan2009, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p83
The article offers information on the research conducted on the flavonoid and isoflavonoid content of Genista sessilifolia in Turkey. When researchers did phytochemical analysis on the plant, they discovered the occurrence of flavonoid compounds, including daidzein, genistein, formononetin, and...