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fla·vone

(flā'vōn),
1. A plant pigment that is the basis of the flavonoids; it is a potent inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis.
2. One of a class of compounds based on flavone (1).

flavone

(flā′vōn′)
n.
1. A crystalline compound, C15H10O2, the parent substance of a number of important yellow pigments, occurring on the leaves or in the stems and seed capsules of many primroses.
2. Any of a class of crystalline flavonoids that are found in citrus fruits, celery, and other foods.

flavone

[flā′vōn]
Etymology: L, flavus, yellow
a colorless crystalline flavonoid derivative and component of bioflavonoid.

fla·vone

(flā'vōn)
1. A plant pigment that is the basis of the flavonoids; it is a potent inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis.
2. One of a class of compounds based on flavone (1).

fla·vone

(flā'vōn)
A plant pigment that is the basis of the flavonoids; it is a potent inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis.
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Sage is a source of powerful acid compounds, resins, and flavones.
Among these peaks, phenylethanoid glycosides, phenolic acids, lignans and flavones containing 18 peaks also appeared in the MS spectra of Fructus Forsythiae extract, indicating that these components might be absorbed into the rat plasma in the original form, and possibly become the real active ingredients.
Flavones that were bioactive substance of YG and HR had been documented that were unable to affect the amounts of WBC and lymphocyte in rats supplemented at 2.
Many of them possess antifungal properties, especially the polymethylated flavones and the prenylated isoflavones as well as various chalcones and flavanones (Williamson and al.
One of the 6 major subgroups of flavenoids is the subgroup of Flavone including Flavon, Apigenin and Luteolin, which all three exist in chamomile.
Effects of wogonin, a plant flavone from Scutellaria radix, on skin inflammation: in vivo regulation of inflammation-associated gene expression.
1996, "Comparative study on the antimicrobial activity of phytochemical flavones against methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus," J.
Flavonol and flavone intake and the risk of cancer in male smokers (Finland).
NMR spectral studies revealed that the isolated fraction has two compounds, which are flavones in nature, these are 5-hydrox-3, 7, 8, 3', 4'5'-hexamethox flavone (1) and 3', 4', 5", 3, 5, 6, 7-heptamethoxy flavonol (2).
His work has mainly focused on polymethoxylated flavones, or PMFs, which typically occur at very high concentrations in orange oil, especially in residues left behind after orange-oil processing.
High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) was used to determine the presence or absence of specific flavonols (quercetin and kaempferol) and flavones (apigenin and leuteolin).
In Phytochemicals, it was good to find more chemical structures than most texts provide, to help us steer though the flavonols, flavanols, flavones, flavonones, isoflavones, etc.