Zeaxanthin

Zeaxanthin is one of the most common carotenoid alcohols found in nature. It is important in the xanthophyll cycle. Synthesized in plants and some micro-organisms, it is the pigment that gives paprika (made from bell peppers), corn, saffron, wolfberries, and many other plants and microbes their characteristic color. The name (pronounced zee-uh-zan...
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zeaxanthin

noun yellow carotenoid (isomeric with lutein and occurs widely with it) that is the main pigment in yellow Indian corn
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zeaxanthin

B,beta-carotene-3,3'-diol;a carotene found in corn, fruits, seeds, and egg yolk; isomeric with xanthophyll. ... Synonym: zeaxanthol. ... Origin: Mod. L. Zea, Indian corn, fr. L. Zea, grain + G. Xanthos, yellow, + -in ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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zeaxanthin

Type: Term Pronunciation: zē′ă-zan′thin Definitions: 1. A carotene found in corn, fruits, seeds, and egg yolk; isomeric with xanthophyll. Synonyms: zeaxanthol
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zeaxanthin

[n] - yellow carotenoid (isomeric with lutein and occurs widely with it) that is the main pigment in yellow indian corn
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