[ zˈanθəfˌɪl], [ zˈanθəfˌɪl], [ z_ˈa_n_θ_ə_f_ˌɪ_l]
How to use "Xanthophyll" in context?
Xanthophylls are a type of plant pigment and are responsible for the yellow, green, and blue colors that are seen in plants. Xanthophylls are grouped according to the type of plant where they are found, and are called carotenoids. There are three types of xanthophylls: carotenes, zeaxanthons, and lutein. Carotenes are the most common type of xanthophyll and are found in plants like broccoli, carrots, and sweet potato.
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