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any of a class of highly unsaturated yellow to red pigments occurring in plants and animals

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They found excellent agreement in a comparison of the visibility of Haidinger's brushes in light of various wavelengths to the spectral absorption of xanthophylls, a yellow carotenoid pigment, which is similar to if not identical with, the macular pigment.
Grevsen, 2001 HPLC Determination of Chlorophyll and Carotenoid Pigments in Processed Green Pea Cultivars (Pisum sativum L) J.
As well as providing the necessary colour, carotenoid pigments are known to be excellent antioxidants and many nutritionists recommend increased consumption of foods containing these types of substances (eg fruit and peppers) because of their beneficial effects.
The macula contains two carotenoid pigments, lutein and zeaxanthin, which are related to vitamin A.
But experts from the United States, the UK, Germany and the Netherlands today said the foods best for eye health were those that contained the two antioxidant carotenoid pigments lutein and zeaxanthin.
Carotenoid pigments (including yellow to orange xanthophylls) turn leaves of plants like lindera and summersweet bright yellow.
We separated the carotenoid pigments isocratically using a Vydac C18 reverse phase column (4.
IQF and IQF-ENAMEX are both leading producers of natural carotenoid pigments, essential oils, anti-caking agents and mold inhibitors.
Total carotenoid pigments were determined by the procedure of Reddy and Sistrunk [25] in which 5 g of tissue was extracted with 40 mls hexane: 60 mls ethanol.
In the heart of every green leaf are pigments called chlorophyll, which not only give most plants their color, but also along with the yellow and orange carotenoid pigments, are key molecules that harvest light across the spectrum.
The carotenoid pigments lutein and zeaxanthin may work together to help prevent colon cancer, according to a new laboratory study.
PIVEG is a global supplier of carotenoids to the feed, food, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industries with a 35-year history of manufacturing carotenoid pigments of the highest quality.
Potatoes tinted yellow to orange shouldn't bleed at all because their carotenoid pigments aren't water soluble.