Anthocyanins, anthocyanidins, anthocyanosides

Sub of flavonoids. Are made from polymeric procyanides. Examples: cyanidin, delphinidin, malvidin, petinidin.

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Sub of flavonoids. Examples: amentoflavone, bilobetine, ginkgetin, isiminetin.

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Sub of flavonoids.

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Sub of flavonoids.  Mainly in milk thistle. Examples: isosilybinin, pinobanksine, silybin, silybinin, silychristine, silydianine, taxifoline.

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Sub of flavonoids. Mainly consists of catechin and epicatechin and polymerizations of the two. Longer polymerizations are called oligomeric procyanides (OPCs) or proanthocyans. See also condensed tannins.

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Sub of flavonoids. Is especially high in citrus fruits. Examples: eriodyctol, hesperidin, hesperitin, liquiritin, liquiritigenin, naringine, naringinine, neohesperidin

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Sub of flavonoids. Examples: apigenin and derivatives (e.g. vitexine and isovitexin), diosmin and luteoline and derivatives (e.g. orientin, iso-orientin) et al.

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Flavonoids, general

Flavonoids are nitrogen-free, organic compounds. They are soluble in water and hydroalcohol. They belong to the group of polyphenols.

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Sub of flavonoids. These include quercetin and its glycosides, such as hyperoside, isoquercitrine, quercitrine, rutin. Furthermore: astragalin, isorhamnetine, kaempferol, myricetin, rhamnetine.

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Isoflavonoids, isoflavones

Sub of flavonoids. Examples: biochanin A, daidzein, genistein, glycitein, formononetin.

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