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Organism name
Camellia sinensis                                                                                                           Find images with Google

NCBI taxonomy ID
Lineage
Description
Land plant: tea, black tea, Camellia sinensis L.                              Japanese
Carotenoid Profile
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CA00309  β-Carotene  - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, beta,beta hydrocarbon (Ref.215)


CA00435  Aurochrome  - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, beta,beta epoxycarotenoid (Ref.215)


CA00415  Neochrome  - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, beta,beta epoxycarotenoid (Ref.215)


CA01176  Oxygenated theaspirane derivative  - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, epsilon,- apo apocarotenoid (Ref.623)


CA01175  Oxygenated theaspirane derivative  - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, epsilon,- apo apocarotenoid (Ref.623)


CA01174  Theaspirane  - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, epsilon,- apo apocarotenoid (Ref.623)


CA01173  C13-spiroether theaspirone   - C40 including C40 originated apocarotenoids and intermediates, epsilon,- apo apocarotenoid (Ref.623)


References
  • Ref.215 : Taylor, Sarah; Baker, David; Owuor, Philip; Orchard, John; Othieno, Caleb; Gay, Clifton, Taylor, Sarah; Baker, David; Owuor, Philip; Orchard, John; Othieno, Caleb; Gay, Clifton, "A model for predicting black tea quality from the carotenoid and chlorophyll composition of fresh green tea leaf"
  • Ref.623 : Peter Winterhalter and Russell Rouseff, ā€¯Carotenoid-Derived Aroma Compounds: An Introductionā€¯, ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2001., doi: 10.1021/bk-2002-0802.ch001

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