ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:3681
KAEMPFEROL


NSC#:407289
NSC#:656277
Aldrich#:60010

Freqency:
in 14 ingredients:

  • 3
  • 5
  • 19
  • 75
  • 128
  • 324
  • 341
  • 383
  • 405
  • 456
  • 487
  • 558
  • 892
  • 901
  • in 30 recipes:

  • 8
  • 19
  • 23
  • 77
  • 99
  • 104
  • 107
  • 166
  • 174
  • 194
  • 212
  • 223
  • 229
  • 236
  • 238
  • 242
  • 247
  • 259
  • 285
  • 308
  • 312
  • 337
  • 351
  • 379
  • 384
  • 386
  • 465
  • 470
  • 500
  • 514

  • Properties
    C15H10O6    286.24





    1:  Bovy A, de Vos R, Kemper M, Schijlen E, Almenar Pertejo M, Muir S, Collins G, Robinson S, Verhoeyen M, Hughes S, Santos-Buelga C, van Tunen A.
    High-flavonol tomatoes resulting from the heterologous expression of the maize transcription factor genes LC and C1.
    Plant Cell.    impact factor:   10.463
    2002;  14(10): 2509-26

    2:  Vogt T, Pollak P, Tarlyn N, Taylor LP.
    Pollination- or Wound-Induced Kaempferol Accumulation in Petunia Stigmas Enhances Seed Production.
    Plant Cell.    impact factor:   10.463
    1994;  6(1): 11-23

    3:  Yamasaki H, Sakihama Y, Ikehara N.
    Flavonoid-Peroxidase Reaction as a Detoxification Mechanism of Plant Cells against H2O2.
    Plant Physiol.    impact factor:   4.434
    1997;  115(4): 1405-1412

    4:  Mo YY, Geibel M, Bonsall RF, Gross DC.
    Analysis of Sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) Leaves for Plant Signal Molecules That Activate the syrB Gene Required for Synthesis of the Phytotoxin, Syringomycin, by Pseudomonas syringae pv syringae.
    Plant Physiol.    impact factor:   4.434
    1995;  107(2): 603-612

    5:  Middleton EM, Teramura AH.
    The Role of Flavonol Glycosides and Carotenoids in Protecting Soybean from Ultraviolet-B Damage.
    Plant Physiol.    impact factor:   4.434
    1993;  103(3): 741-752

     
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