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Fm Page 34 Monday, August 27, 2007 10:08 AM 34 Food Colorants: Chemical and Functional Properties exposure to sunlight. 24 In higher plants, these compounds are found in the chloroplasts of photosynthetic tissues, where they are noncovalently bound to polypeptides, phospholipids, and tocopherols, accompanied by carotenoids, and held within hydrophobic membranes named thylakoids. 1 BIOSYNTHESIS OF CHLOROPHYLLS IN HIGHER PLANTS The biosynthesis of the tetrapyrrole macrocycle and its branches leading to haem and chlorophylls has been covered in detail in several reviews3,7,13,25,26 and will be concisely described in this section.

Fm Page 18 Friday, August 17, 2007 11:43 AM 18 Food Colorants: Chemical and Functional Properties Under the guidance of the International Commission on Illumination (Commission Internationale de l`Eclairage or CIE), several color description systems and notions have been developed and have established the present procedures: • The CIE system (1931) introduced the standard observer looking at an object under an angle of 2°. At that time it was thought that the cones were mainly located in the foveal area of the retina.

High-pressure xenon arc lamps emit well over the whole spectral region, simulating better than any other source the spectral emissions of sunlight. Special light sources applied particularly in colorimetry involve additional filter systems. They will be treated in the next section along with information about human color perception. To identify a certain pigment, monochromatic light is required, but the assessment of food quality by a human inspector or by a device requires normal daylight. The evaluation procedure, however, to be discussed in the next section, also involves decomposition into monochromatic (red, green, and blue) regions.

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