The Flavonoids pp 970-1055 | Cite as

Physiology and Functions of Flavonoids

  • Jerry W. McClure

Abstract

This chapter is concerned with physiological factors that control levels of flavonoids accumulating in plants and with the biological implications of these accumulations both within the plant and in plant-animal (1ncluding man) interactions. Levels of flavonoids within plants are a reflection of the efficiency of biosynthesis (see Chapter 16) tempered by turnover and degradation (Chapter 17) during growth and development. These are all influenced by the external environment. The functions of flavonoids may be approached by a consideration of their general reactivity when introduced into biochemical systems, the many implications of their pigment characteristics, their possible mediation in plant growth and development, and their effects on animals and microorganisms.

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Condensed Tannin Anthocyanin Accumulation Flavonoid Glycoside Flavonol Glycoside Anthocyanin Synthesis 
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