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flavone

[′fla‚vōn]
(biochemistry)
Any of a number of ketones composing a class of flavonoid compounds.
C15H10O2 A colorless crystalline compound occurring as dust on the surface of many primrose plants.
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Structural comparisons of flavonoid phytochemicals: The 8 flavonoids were quercetin isoquercitrin rutin hesperetin hesperidin naringenin naringin and icariin which can be cataloged as flavonol (quercetin) flavone (rutin isoquercitrin and icariin) and flavanone (hesperetin hesperidin naringenin and naringin).
The UV spectrum of this compound also showed features of a flavone moiety (259 and 342 nm).
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 2.5, 5, 10 levels (Kazeem et al., 2011).
reported the presence of three methoxylated flavones, namely, sinensetin, eupatorin and 3'-hydroxy-5,6,7,4'-tetramethoxyflavone from the methanolic leaves extracts of O.
In the present study we focused the synthesis of novel potentially bioactive 3-[[omega]-(substituted phenoxy (3a-t)/anilino (4a-h)/thiophenoxy (5a-d)/2-pyridylamino (7a-c) alkoxy] flavones.
It is well known that for a complete flavonoid content evaluation, two complementary colorimetric methods is required, within four major groups of flavonoids (flavones, flavonols, flavanones and isoflavones) only flavones and flavonols were found to complex stably with aluminum chloride, while flavanones and flavanonols reacted better with 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine [6].
Flavones and phenylpropanoids from a sedative extract of Lantana trifolia L.
These are flavones and flavonols, which come from plant pigments.
Vegetables in the broccoli family contain natural chemical compounds called flavones, indoles, and isothiocyanates, which are thought to have cancer-fighting properties, says McCullough.
When the flavonoids were broken down into specific types, the significant reduction in breast cancer risk applied to flavones, flavan-3-ols, and lignans only; not to flavanones, isoflavones, or anthocyanadins.
A sampling of topics includes flavones and xanthenones as vascular-disrupting agents; cationic lipid complexes to target tumor endothelium; and the development of vasculature-targeting cancer gene therapy.