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Tetraterpene The chemical structure of cryptoxanthin, a yellow tetraterpenoid of the xanthophyll type. Tetraterpenes are terpenes consisting of eight isoprene units and have the molecular formula C40H64.[1] Tetraterpenoids (including many carotenoids) are tetraterpenes that have been chemically modified, as indicated by the presence of oxygen-containing functional groups. Phytoene is biosynthesized via the head-to-head condensation of… read more »

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Tetraterpene The chemical structure of cryptoxanthin, a yellow tetraterpenoid of the xanthophyll type. Tetraterpenes are terpenes consisting of eight isoprene units and have the molecular formula C40H64.[1] Tetraterpenoids (including many carotenoids) are tetraterpenes that have been chemically modified, as indicated by the presence of oxygen-containing functional groups. Phytoene is biosynthesized via the head-to-head condensation of… read more »

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Tetraterpene The chemical structure of cryptoxanthin, a yellow tetraterpenoid of the xanthophyll type. Tetraterpenes are terpenes consisting of eight isoprene units and have the molecular formula C40H64.[1] Tetraterpenoids (including many carotenoids) are tetraterpenes that have been chemically modified, as indicated by the presence of oxygen-containing functional groups. Phytoene is biosynthesized via the head-to-head condensation of… read more »

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