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a colorless crystalline compound that is part of a number of white or yellow plant pigments

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Sage flavones include apigenin, diosmetin, and luteolin.
2011), and phenylethanoid glycosides instead of lignans, phenolic acids and flavones in Forsythiae fructus extract had good positive correlation between dose and effects of antibacterial, antioxidant and antiviral activities via pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) model combined with partial least-squares (PLS) method, and the pharmacological activities were improved as the contents of phenylethanoid glycosides in Forsythiae fructus extract were enhanced, and showing obvious correlation between dose of phenylethanoid glycosides and pharmacological effects.
The mainly bioactive substance composed flavones, astragalus polysaccharides, ehilme and betaine.
In spite of the apparent difference in inhibition zones with the different strains it seems that the tested flavones have an important effect on the bacteria.
Flavones and phenylpropanoids from a sedative extract of Lantana trifolia L.
The anti-Helicobacter pylori flavones in a Brazilian plant, Hyptis fasciculata, and the activity of methoxyflavones.
These are flavones and flavonols, which come from plant pigments.
In fact, as shown in Figure 5, the bifunctional actions on the regulation of sebum production and excretion are likely to be specific to polymethoxy flavones such as nobiletin and natsudaidain rather than flavonols including quercetin.
Flavones, flavonoids and flavonols are chemical compounds active against microorganisms [9].
Vegetables in the broccoli family contain natural chemical compounds called flavones, indoles, and isothiocyanates, which are thought to have cancer-fighting properties, says McCullough.
Dietary intakes of flavonols, flavones and isoflavones by Japanese women and the inverse correlation between quercetin intake and plasma LDL cholesterol concentration.
When the flavonoids were broken down into specific types, the significant reduction in breast cancer risk applied to flavones, flavan-3-ols, and lignans only; not to flavanones, isoflavones, or anthocyanadins.
A sampling of topics includes flavones and xanthenones as vascular-disrupting agents; cationic lipid complexes to target tumor endothelium; and the development of vasculature-targeting cancer gene therapy.
6 TANGERINE PEEL Compounds found in citrus fruit peels - called polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) - can lower cholesterol.