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The biochemistry of the carotenoids
1. Carotenoid-Protein Complexes.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Carotenolipo (glyco) proteins.- 1.3 Carotenoproteins.- 1.3.1 General.- 1.3.2 Lobster pigments.- (a) Crustacyanin.- (b) Ovoverdin.- (c) YellowExpand
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Chemistry and biochemistry of plant pigments
Reading is a hobby to open the knowledge windows. Besides, it can provide the inspiration and spirit to face this life. By this way, concomitant with the technology development, many companies serveExpand
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Introduction to plant biochemistry
Introduction to plant biochemistry , Introduction to plant biochemistry , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
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The spectrophotometric determination of tyrosine and tryptophan in proteins.
(All right. re8erved) PAGE Protocatechuic acid, the substance responsible for the hardening of the cockroach ootheca. By M. G. M. PRYOR, P. B. RUSSELL and A. R. TODD . . . . . . . . . . . . 627 TheExpand
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Distribution and analysis of carotenoids.
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Metabolism, nutrition, and function of carotenoids.
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The flavonoids: recent advances.
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Some observations on astaxanthin distribution in marine crustacea.
Grayson, J. M. & Tauber, 0. E. (1942). Iowa St. CoU. J. Sci. 17, 191. Junge, RI. (1941). Hoppe-Seyl. Z. 268, 179. Kuhn, R. & Lederer, E. (1933). Ber. dt8ch. chem. Ge8. 66,488. Kuhn, R., Lederer, E. &Expand
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Nature and distribution of carotenoids.
Abstract There is a wide distribution of carotenoids (naturally occurring tetraterpenes) in higher plants and animal tissues. They are formed from the specific precursor, melavonic acid, through theExpand
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Fungal carotenoids
Great differences are observed between phanerogams and cryptogams (in particular, fungi) with regard to the occurrence and distribution of carotenoids, and it will serve to place this review ofExpand
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