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Meaning of quercetina



It is the name of a flavonoid (vegetable pigment) found in fruits and vegetables. It has many uses in pharmacology and was tested as antiviral. The name has a Latin origin in quercetum , i ( cuerketum "oak forest, holm oaks, cork oaks" )


Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

It is the name of a natural substance of the flavonol group and is found in high concentrations in the onion. It means that it is located or comes from the oak ( Quercus ). It is the flavonoid that humans consume the most naturally. It can be found in high concentrations in apples, broccoli, grapes or tea.


John Rene Plaut

QUERCETINA flavonoid most common in the human diet, which exists in fruits and vegetables, especially in onions. They have as a spine to 3-hydroxyflavine. There is a great variety due to the great possibilities of positions that the phenolic group -OH can occupy.





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