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ORAC, oxygen radical absorbance capacity RSA, radical scavenging activity TAC, total anthocyanin content TE, Trolox equivalent

TEAC, Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity TFC, Total flavonoid content TPC, Total phenolic content

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