Determinations of extractable and bound condensed tannin concentration in forage plants, protein concentrate meals and cereal grains.
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CT stands for Condensed Tannin
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PACs are condensed tannins, a type of flavonoid, with antioxidant and other health activities.
The fate of condensed tannins during litter consumption by soil animals.
Recent research has indicated that condensed tannins in low concentrations have beneficial effect in animal and human nutrition and health [8, 9].
Tannins are typically divided into hydrolyzable tannins, which have C-O links between subunits (Figure 5), and condensed tannins, which have C-C links between subunits.
5 mg/g eqQuercetin) was the higher, while EP extract was the richest on condensed tannins (130.
Agriculture and Agri - Food Canada (Canada) has patented the use of a regulatory gene Lc and encoded protein to alter the biosynthesis and accumulation of flavonoids including anthocyanins and condensed tannins in plants and plant tissues, particularly in alfalfa, white clover, and other forage legumes which are similar in lacking native condensed tannin accumulation in leaves.
The researchers analyzed the peels for dietary fiber, beta-carotene, water- and oil-holding capacity, residual moisture, condensed tannins, soluble sugars, minerals, protein and total extractable polyphenols.