(+)-cis,trans-Abscisic Acid

SKU
A-1103
  • CAS:21293-29-8
  • Formula:C15H20O4
  • MW:264.32 Da
  • Appearance:White to light-yellow solid
  • Purity:≥98%

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(+)-cis,trans-Abscisic Acid
5 g
$614.20
(+)-cis,trans-Abscisic Acid
1 g
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Description

(+)-cis,trans-Abscisic acid is a natural, active isomer of a plant hormone. The compound is involved in several roles including seed germination, stress response, embryogenesis, regulation of transpiration, and acts as a signal of reduced water availability. The most effects of ABA seem to be adaptive responses that promote water conservation in plants by reducing water losses and slowing growth. (+)-cis,trans-Abscisic acid is also a plant growth regulator which has high-affinity binding sites on plasmalemma of Vicia faba guard cells. ABA regulates gene expression of hundreds of plant genes through complex interactions of intracellular signaling systems. Seed dormancy, stomatal movement, leaf abscission and plant stress responses are several physiological mechanisms this compound is also involved in.

Applications

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More Information
Alternate Name/Synonyms
Abscisic Acid; (S)-(+)-Abscisic acid; Abscisin II; (+)-Abscisic acid; Dormin; ABA
SKU
A-1103
CAS #
21293-29-8
Chemical Name
(2Z,4E)-5-[(1S)-1-hydroxy-2,6,6-trimethyl-4-oxocyclohex-2-en-1-yl]-3-methylpenta-2,4-dienoic acid
Chemical Formula
C15H20O4
Molecular Weight
264.32 Da
Appearance
White to light-yellow solid
Purity
≥98%
Solubility
No information available
Melting Point
161-162°C
Preparation
N/A
Storage Temp
-20°C, desiccated
THERAPEUTIC AREA
Not Available
USE
Natural isomer of the abscission accelerating plant hormone. For research use only. Not intended for diagnostic or therapeutic use. There are several effects of Abscisic acid: 1) Antitranspirant - Induces stomatal closure, decreasing transpiration to prevent water loss. 2) Inhibits fruit ripening. 3) Responsible for seed dormancy by inhibiting cell growth – inhibits seed germination. 4) Inhibits the synthesis of Kinetin nucleotide. 5) Downregulates enzymes needed for photosynthesis. 6) Acts on endodermis to prevent growth of roots when exposed to salty conditions.
Merck Index
13.594.2001
MDL NUMBER
MFCD00066545
CHEMACX
X1010049-1
PubChecm ID
5280896
INCHI
JLIDBLDQVAYHNE-YKALOCIXSA-N
SMILES
CC1=CC(=O)CC([C@]1(/C=C/C(=CC(=O)O)/C)O)(C)C
RTECS
RZ2475100
Handling
Protect from light. Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Provide appropriate exhaust ventilation at places where dust is formed. Normal measures for preventive fire protection.
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Handling Protect from light. Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Provide appropriate exhaust ventilation at places where dust is formed. Normal measures for preventive fire protection.
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