Results for: Anthocyanin

In Botany or Plant Biology

What is the purpose of anthocyanins?

Anthocyanins is the pigments that give strawberries their characteristic deep red color, are powerful antioxidants that have anti-inflammatory properties which help protect ce (MORE)
In Vitamins and Supplements

Are anthocyanins a natural additive in food?

Anthocyanins are natural antioxidants found in certain fruits. It is better to get these antioxidants in the diet than in additives in foods.
In Botany or Plant Biology

What herbicides would cause anthocyanin to form in plants leaves in summer causing them to turn red?

my guess in that herbicides impacting the photosynthetic apparatus would be more likely to induce foliar anthocyanin accumulation compared with herbicides with modes of action (MORE)
In Temperature

How does temperature affect the formation of anthocyanin?

Temperature, light, and water supply have an influence on the degree and the duration of fall color. Low temperatures above freezing will favor anthocyanin formation producing (MORE)
In Sweet Potatoes and Yams

What is the anthocyanin content of sweet potato?

Well, that's a tricky one to answer, because pigmentation varies widely. As a ballpark on a standard sweet potato, I would say around, but not more than, 42 mg per 100 grams. (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What does anthocyanin do?

Anthocyanins is the pigments that give strawberries their characteristic deep red color, are powerful antioxidants that have anti-inflammatory properties which help protect ce (MORE)
In Chemistry

What does industry use anthocyanins for?

Anthocyanins are used for food since historical times, due to their water soluble strong colors, which restricts the use, and are pH dependent. Many antocyanins are red at aci (MORE)
In Chemistry

Why are anthocyanins pH indicators?

Anthocyanins are versatile and plentiful flavonoid pigments found in red/purplish fruits and vegetables, including purple cabbage, beets, blueberries, cherries, raspberries an (MORE)
In Science

What does anthocyanin do in plants?

Anthocyanins have many functions in plants. First they are brightly pigmented molecules, used in flowers to attract pollinators. They are also responsible for the color in lea (MORE)