flavonol


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fla·vo·nol

 (flā′vō-nôl′, -nōl′, -və-)
n.
1. A yellow crystalline flavonoid, C15H10O3, that is structurally related to flavone.
2. Any of various derivatives of this compound, such as quercetin, found in foods such as onions, green vegetables, tea, apples, and grapes, and usually occurring as glycosides.

flavonol

(ˈfleɪvəˌnɒl)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a flavonoid that occurs in red wine and is said to offer protection against heart disease
2. (Medicine) a flavonoid that occurs in red wine and is said to offer protection against heart disease
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The flavonol content of the fresh cut potatoes can increase 100% with storage 4[degrees]C under light or long-term storage in darkness (4[degrees]C, 6 months).
Flavonoid subspecies: a) Flavonol, b) Flavanol, c) Isoflavon, d) Flavon, e) Flavanon, f) Anthocyanin (4).
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CHI, an early enzyme of the flavonols biosynthesis pathway, was found to be the key gene for increasing flavonol production [21].
Antioxidant and antiatherogenic properties of phenolic acid and flavonol fractions of fruits of 'Amari' and 'Hallawi' date (Phoenix dactylifera L.) varieties.
In various cell models, the flavonol quercetin induced all three transcription factors [16-18].
Summary: The presented research work demonstrates a new methodology for generating a petite library of novel flavonol derivatives via Algar-Flynn-Oyamada reaction.
After the inoculation of pathogen, red fruits were collected at 24 and 48 hours and various biochemical parameters viz; total phenol, flavonol, tannin and electrolyte leakage were studied.