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1. Carotenoid
One of a group of red, orange, purple or yellow pigments typically found as accessory pigment s in plants and some fungi . They are fat-soluble and are called lipochromes when they are found concentrated in animal fat. Carotenoids are widely used as food colorings, and one pigment, beta carotene , is used as a source of Vitamin A. Compare anthocyanin

2. Carotenoids
Major group of accessory pigments in plants; includes beta carotene.

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