Phlorizin

Phlorizin is a 2`-glucoside of phloretin. It belongs to the group of dihydrochalcones, a type of flavonoids. ==Occurrence== Phlorizin is naturally occurring in some plants. It could be found in the bark of pear (Pyrus communis), apple, cherry and other fruit trees (Rosaceae) and is responsible for the petal color in Dianthus caryophyllus. ==Prope....
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Phlorizin

• (n.) A bitter white crystalline glucoside extracted from the root bark of the apple, pear, cherry, plum, etc.
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Phlorizin

Phlor'i·zin noun [ Greek ..., ..., bark + ... root.] (Chemistry) A bitter white crystalline glucoside extracted from the root bark of the apple, pear, cherry, plum, etc. [ Formerly also written phloridzin .]
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phlorizin

Type: Term Pronunciation: flō-ri′zin Synonyms: phloridzin
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