In particle physics, the flavor of a particle is a set of quantum numbers that uniquely identify the type of particle it is. The quark flavors are up, down, charm, strange, top, and bottom. The lepton flavors are electron, muon, tau, and their corresponding neutrinos. A particle will have a flavor quantum number of +1 in its flavor, and its antiparticle has a quantum number of -1 in the same flavor. For example, an electron has electron flavor +1, and a positron has electron flavor of -1.