Betaxanthins


Conjugates of betalamic acid with amino acids. Some of them are yellow coloring agents in the Caryophyllales order of plants. This should not be confused with xanthin which is a term used for CAROTENES nor with xanthines.

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“synthetic” <b>betaxanthins</b>

“synthetic” betaxanthins
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<b>betaxanthins</b>(Kays, 1991)

betaxanthins(Kays, 1991)
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<b>betaxanthins</b> [e.g. 1])

betaxanthins [e.g. 1])
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leading to <b>betaxanthins</b>

leading to betaxanthins
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<b>betaxanthins</b> (Figure 5).

betaxanthins (Figure 5).
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<b>Betaxanthins</b> as Substrates for

Betaxanthins as Substrates for
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Biosynthetic pathway of

Biosynthetic pathway of
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<b>Betaxanthins</b> as Substrates for

Betaxanthins as Substrates for
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