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any of a large class of plant pigments having a chemical structure based on or similar to flavone

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Phenolics include some flavinoids found in grapes and other red fruits and vegetables, and vitamin C (ascorbic acid) found in most citrus fruits.
The wine also contains flavinoids which protect the blood vessels and heart from heart-attack and stroke-causing fatty deposits.
Components of ginkgo are flavinoids (ginkgo-flavone) and terpenoids (ginkgolides and bilobalide).
Goldfinger particularly recommends red wine, which he says has high concentrations of protective flavinoids in the dark grape tannins that he says are not found in other alcoholic beverages.
And it's all to do with flavinoids - substances found in onions and apples.
The volume is divided into five sections covering the nitrogen cycle, plant-soil microbe interactions, epi- and endo-phytic microbes, arthropods, and environmental signaling in nitrogen acquisition, and individual papers address topics such as actinorhizal symbioses, plant defense proteins, flavinoids in legume-rhizobia interactions, and nitric oxide as a signal molecule in bacteria-plant interactions.
When it comes to the skeletal muscles my favorite is sage (Salvia officinalis), which is anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic, with loads of vitamins, minerals, and flavinoids to help build and repair muscle tissue.
It belongs to a family of chemicals called flavinoids found in many fruits, vegetables and spices that are known to have anti-cancer properties.
Biocide effects of alkaloids, saponins and flavinoids extracted from Capsicum frutescens L.
Presence of variety of tannins, several lignans like phyllanthin and hypophyllanthin, polyphenols, flavinoids such as quercetin, astragalin and some ellgitannins like catechin and epigallocatechin were isolated from P.