Organic oxygen compounds
Carbohydrates and carbohydrate conjugates
Intermediate Tree Nodes
O-glucuronides Cinnamic acids Coumaric acids and derivatives Hexoses O-glycosyl compounds Styrenes Anisoles Phenoxy compounds Methoxybenzenes Alkyl aryl ethers Beta hydroxy acids and derivatives Pyrans Oxanes Dicarboxylic acids and derivatives Secondary alcohols Oxacyclic compounds Carboxylic acids Polyols Acetals Carbonyl compounds Organic oxides Hydrocarbon derivatives
Aromatic heteromonocyclic compounds
Phenolic glycoside - 1-o-glucuronide - O-glucuronide - Glucuronic acid or derivatives - Cinnamic acid - Cinnamic acid or derivatives - Coumaric acid or derivatives - Hexose monosaccharide - O-glycosyl compound - Phenoxy compound - Anisole - Methoxybenzene - Styrene - Phenol ether - Alkyl aryl ether - Beta-hydroxy acid - Monocyclic benzene moiety - Benzenoid - Dicarboxylic acid or derivatives - Pyran - Hydroxy acid - Monosaccharide - Oxane - Secondary alcohol - Organoheterocyclic compound - Carboxylic acid - Carboxylic acid derivative - Ether - Polyol - Acetal - Oxacycle - Alcohol - Carbonyl group - Organic oxide - Hydrocarbon derivative - Aromatic heteromonocyclic compound
This compound belongs to the class of organic compounds known as phenolic glycosides. These are organic compounds containing a phenolic structure attached to a glycosyl moiety. Some examples of phenolic structures include lignans, and flavonoids. Among the sugar units found in natural glycosides are D-glucose, L-Fructose, and L rhamnose.