|Detail of the metabolite profile
|Description for analysis method
||Trichomes were first extracted with 1.0 mL 80% MeOH (containing 18µg/mL of umbelliferone as internal standard) in H2O. Agitation for 2 hr and centrifuge for 30 min at 2900g. 0.5 mL of the resulted extract was analyzed with UPLC/MS for secondary metabolites (UPLC/MS). A portion of 5 ?L was injected onto a reverse column (ACQUITY UPLC™ BEH C18 1.7µm, 2.1 mm x 150mm), which was maintained at 60 °C and components were eluted using a linear gradient from 95% to 30% A (eluent A, 0.1% aq. HOAc) over 30 min and at a flow rate 0.56 mL/min. The complimentary eluent B was acetonitrile. TOF-MS spectra were acquired under the following conditions: spectral acquisition rate: 3.13 per second; detector voltage: 2600 (v); threshold: 2037; ESI: -4500 v; desolvation temperature: 300 oC; nebulizer pressure: 350 kPa; interface: 100 oC. Accurate mass was achieved within 20 ppm.
The chromatograms obtained from UPLC- qTOF-MS analysis were deconvoluted and aligned within mass and retention time windows prior to normalization using the Waters MarkerLynx 4.1 software (Waters) to generate a matrix of m/z and retention pairs with associated intensities resulting in a metabolite marker list. The data of mass peak intensities were collected using the following parameters: mass tolerance was set at 0.05 Da, noise elimination level at 5.00, minimum peak intensity at 40, retention time window at 0.2.
|Species / Cultivar / Tissue
||Humulus lupulus / / Trichome
|Description for biological material
||Female cones were mashed in liquid nitrogen and glandular trichomes were separated from cones. The trichomes were shifted into a glass vial through a fine metal mesh.
||Don Sik Yang, Lloyd W. Sumner. Metabolic Profiling of trichomes from Potato Leafhopper susceptible and resistant alfalfa lines. (unpublished)
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