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1. Also avoid tinned foods, because the phenolic resin that is used to line the tin can contaminate the food.
2. Apparently, phenolics prevent fat-like substances in the bloodstream from oxidizing and clogging the arteries.
3. Plant phenolics (flavanoids) protect the plant against insects, bacterial and fungal infection and photo-oxidation.
4. The content of total phenolics, total flavonoids and hypericin for St. John's wort extracted in water decreased by increasing the extract time.
5. The phenolics content in the pericarp of apple - pear decreases and the browning level increases during storage.
6. If one considers the phenolics, then there are more phenolic aglycones than any other type.
7. The contents of vitamin C, total phenolics, total flavonoids and antioxidant activity were determined in fresh and pickled leaf mustard .
8. So how might phenolics prevent heart disease?
9. The surface is comparable with cast epoxy resins for chemical and stain resistance, whilst offering the mechanical qualities of solid phenolics.
10. The bitter, astringent taste that these plants have is an indication of the phenolics found within.
11. For several years he has been studying the possible health benefits of antioxidant phenolics found in red wine.
12. Different foods have different antioxidant profiles, more or less of the major classes of antioxidants, like flavonoids(http://Sentencedict.com), phenolics and carotenoids.
13. Using the acknowledged signal molecule in herbage - MeJA , the phenolics, PPO and POD in P . SimoniixP . Pyramibalis c .
14. And it is more than just vitamins. Different foods have different antioxidant profiles, more or less of the major classes of antioxidants, like flavonoids, phenolics and carotenoids.
15. Teflon, polyethylene, and sapphire are examples of good quality insulators, but avoid materials like phenolics and nylon.
16. HIV is readily inactivated by heat and many disinfectants, including peroxide, alcohols , phenolics, and hypochlorite.
17. Phenolics: Tannins, color pigments and flavor compounds originating in the skins, seeds and stems of grapes. Phenolics, which are antioxidants, are more prevalent in red wines than in whites.
18. Plants such as chocolate, coffee, tea, and others contain high levels of phenolics.
19. PPO catalyzes the initial step in the polymerization of phenolics to produce quinones .
20. The results showed that: fungal elicitor treatment improved the activities of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL), phenolics and taxol production .
21. The preparation technology, property and molding conditions of the flame-retardant phenolics without flame retardant is introduced .
22. Abnormalities of the content and distribution of callose and phenolics are also mentioned.
23. However, recent research at the University of California, Davis, has found that chocolate carries high levels of chemicals known as phenolics, some of which may help lower the risk of heart disease.
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