anthocyanin

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anthocyanin

[‚an·thə′sī·ə·nən]
(biochemistry)
Any of the intensely colored, sap-soluble glycoside plant pigments responsible for most scarlet, purple, mauve, and blue coloring in higher plants.
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Excluding exceptional items, the decrease is more modest, from E163 million in 1998 to E132 million in 1999 reflecting the recovery in the second half of the year.
Eris: A Spirit Record" (Item E163, Myerson 1993, pg.
Solero also contains a variety of thickening agents - E162, E163, E410, E412 and E417.