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Term:
flavonol biosynthetic process (GO:0051555)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
(R)-2-hydroxy-alpha-linolenic acid biosynthetic process 
(R)-mevalonic acid biosynthetic process +  
achromobactin biosynthetic process 
ajmaline biosynthetic process 
alcohol biosynthetic process +   
bile acid biosynthetic process +   
brexanolone biosynthetic process 
flavonol biosynthetic process +  
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of flavonols, a member of a class of vascular pigments formed by consecutive oxidative processes from the flavonoid intermediates flavanones and dihydroflavonols. Flavonols are the most widespread of the flavonoids and have a wide array of physiological activities.
glycyrrhetinate biosynthetic process 
isopentenol biosynthetic process 
kaempferol O-glucoside biosynthetic process 
lactate biosynthetic process +   
leucoanthocyanidin biosynthetic process 
leukotriene B4 biosynthetic process 
lipoxin A4 biosynthetic process  
lipoxin B4 biosynthetic process  
luteolin biosynthetic process 
mandelate biosynthetic process 
phenol-containing compound biosynthetic process +   
phytosteroid biosynthetic process +   
pyridoxal biosynthetic process 
pyridoxal phosphate biosynthetic process +   
pyridoxine biosynthetic process  
quercetin biosynthetic process 
quercetin O-glucoside biosynthetic process 
quinate biosynthetic process 
shikimate biosynthetic process 
sterol biosynthetic process +   
terrequinone A biosynthetic process +  
testosterone biosynthetic process +   
vitamin D biosynthetic process +   
vitamin E biosynthetic process +   

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Xrefs: MetaCyc:PWY-3101
Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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