Flavonoid pathway (Arabidopsis thaliana)

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Puerarin(+)-CatechinDaidzein2',4',5,7-Tetrahydroxy- isoflavanoneRXN-7775SaponarinRXN-600LEUCOPEL-RXNCatalystCatalystLeucopelargonidinQUERCETIN-3-O-METHYL- TRANSFERASE-RXN2-HydroxynaringeninEpiafzelechin7,4'-DihydroxyflavoneScutellareinEriodictyolApigenin6C-Glucosyl-2- hydroxynaringeninGenistein2,7,4'-Trihydroxyiso- flavanoneIsoliquilitigeninAfzelechinIsovitexinPelargonidinDihydrokaempferolRXN-1481RXN-9724RXN-7652Prunetindihydroquercetin, Taxifolin8C-Glucosyl-2,7,4'- trihydroxyisoflavanoneNaringeninDIHYDROKAEMPFEROL- 4-REDUCTASE-RXN3-O-MethylquercetinRXN-1484NARINGENIN-3- DIOXYGENASE-RXNNaringenin 4'- O-glucosideCatalystRXN-5276C-Glucosyl-2- hydroxynaringeninRXN-525CatalystNaringenin chalconeCatalystLiquilitigenin1


Description

Flavonoids (or bioflavonoids) (from the Latin word flavus meaning yellow, their color in nature) are a class of plant and fungus secondary metabolites. Flavonoids are widely distributed in plants, fulfilling many functions. Flavonoids are the most important plant pigments for flower coloration, producing yellow or red/blue pigmentation in petals designed to attract pollinator animals. In higher plants, flavonoids are involved in UV filtration, symbiotic nitrogen fixation and floral pigmentation. They may also act as chemical messengers, physiological regulators, and cell cycle inhibitors.

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Bibliography

  1. Brazier-Hicks M, Evans KM, Gershater MC, Puschmann H, Steel PG, Edwards R; ''The C-glycosylation of flavonoids in cereals.''; J Biol Chem, 2009 PubMed Europe PMC Scholia

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96261view19:31, 2 March 2018EgonwRemoved empty data source / id.
87494view01:42, 25 July 2016AlexanderPicoOntology Term : 'classic metabolic pathway' added !
87493view01:42, 25 July 2016AlexanderPicoOntology Term : 'flavonoid biosynthetic pathway' added !
84659view06:44, 12 March 2016EgonwFixed data source for a PubChem compound.
84579view20:44, 3 March 2016Kozo2Quick edit to datanode annotation or property
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83988view12:29, 8 January 2016EgonwWidened the labels to fit the text.
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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
(+)-CatechinMetaboliteC06562 (KEGG Compound)
2',4',5,7-Tetrahydroxy- isoflavanoneMetabolite102056-04-2 (CAS)
2,7,4'-Trihydroxyiso- flavanoneMetaboliteC15567 (KEGG Compound)
2-HydroxynaringeninMetabolite58124-18-8 (CAS)
3-O-MethylquercetinMetabolite1486-70-0 (CAS)
6C-Glucosyl-2- hydroxynaringeninMetabolite90657396 (PubChem-compound)
6C-Glucosyl-2- hydroxynaringeninMetaboliteC00007280 (KNApSAcK)
7,4'-DihydroxyflavoneMetaboliteC12123 (KEGG Compound)
8C-Glucosyl-2,7,4'- trihydroxyisoflavanoneMetabolite
AfzelechinMetabolite2545-00-8 (CAS)
ApigeninMetabolite520-36-5 (CAS)
CatalystPathwayR01613 (SWISS-MODEL)
CatalystPathwayR02442 (SWISS-MODEL)
CatalystPathwayR06556 (SWISS-MODEL)
CatalystPathwayR06793 (SWISS-MODEL)
CatalystPathwayR07317 (SWISS-MODEL)
DIHYDROKAEMPFEROL- 4-REDUCTASE-RXNUnknownDIHYDROKAEMPFEROL-4-REDUCTASE-RXN (HGNC)
DaidzeinMetaboliteC10208 (KEGG Compound)
DihydrokaempferolMetaboliteC00974 (KEGG Compound)
EpiafzelechinMetaboliteundefined (undefined)
EriodictyolMetabolite552-58-9 (CAS)
GenisteinMetaboliteC06563 (KEGG Compound)
IsoliquilitigeninMetaboliteC08650 (KEGG Compound)
IsovitexinMetaboliteundefined (undefined)
LEUCOPEL-RXNUnknownLEUCOPEL-RXN (HGNC)
LeucopelargonidinMetabolite520-17-2 (CAS)
LiquilitigeninMetaboliteundefined (undefined)
NARINGENIN-3- DIOXYGENASE-RXNUnknownNARINGENIN-3-DIOXYGENASE-RXN (HGNC)
Naringenin 4'- O-glucosideMetabolite81202-36-0 (CAS)
Naringenin chalconeMetaboliteundefined (undefined)
NaringeninMetaboliteC00509 (KEGG Compound)
PelargonidinMetaboliteC05904 (KEGG Compound)
PrunetinMetabolite
PuerarinMetaboliteC10524 (KEGG Compound)
QUERCETIN-3-O-METHYL- TRANSFERASE-RXNUnknownQUERCETIN-3-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE-RXN (HGNC)
RXN-1481UnknownRXN-1481 (STRING)
RXN-1484UnknownRXN-1484 (STRING)
RXN-525UnknownRXN-525 (HGNC)
RXN-527UnknownRXN-527 (HGNC)
RXN-600UnknownRXN-600 (HGNC)
RXN-7652UnknownRXN-7652 (STRING)
RXN-7775UnknownRXN-7775 (STRING)
RXN-9724UnknownRXN-9724 (STRING)
SaponarinMetaboliteC08064 (KEGG Compound)
ScutellareinMetaboliteC10184 (KEGG Compound)
dihydroquercetin, TaxifolinMetaboliteC01617 (KEGG Compound)

Annotated Interactions

SourceTargetTypeDatabase referenceComment
6C-Glucosyl-2- hydroxynaringeninIsovitexinArrowRXN-14076 (BioCyc)
Naringenin chalconeNaringenin 4'- O-glucosideArrowR08006 (KEGG Reaction)
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