C-Glycosylflavones from Zea mays that inhibit insect development

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A new C-glycosylflavone isolated from corn silk inhibits the growth and development of the corn earworm, Heliothis zea. This new compound was shown to be a 2″-O-α-l-rhamnosyl-6-C-(6-deoxy-xylo-hexos-4-ulosyl)luteolin. Also found co-occurring in corn silk were minor amounts of the corresponding 6-C-glycosylated analogs of chrysoeriol and apigenin. © 1980.

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Elliger, C. A., Chan, B. G., Waiss, A. C., Lundin, R. E., & Haddon, W. F. (1980). C-Glycosylflavones from Zea mays that inhibit insect development. Phytochemistry, 19(2), 293–297. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0031-9422(00)81977-9

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