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1). The color deepens as the conjugated system increases, thus lycopene (11 double bonds) is red. Cyclization causes some limitations; hence even though β-carotene and αcarotene have the same number of conjugated double bonds (11) as lycopene, they are orange and orange-red, respectively. The intensity of food color depends on which carotenoids are present, their concentrations, physical states, as well as the presence or absence of any other plant pigments, such as chlorophyll. 2 LOCALIZATION OF CAROTENOIDS Carotenoids are hydrophobic, lipophilic substances and are virtually insoluble in water.
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Advantages and Problems with Non-Opioids in Pain Management: Vancouver, Canada, August 19, 1996 by Michael J. Parnham (auth.)