Secondary metabolite profiling and modulation of antioxidants inwild and cultivated Euphorbia supina = 야생 및 재배 애기땅빈대의 이차대사체 프로파일 분석과 항산화 활성 조절

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Secondary metabolite profiling and modulation of antioxidants inwild and cultivated Euphorbia supina = 야생 및 재배 애기땅빈대의 이차대사체 프로파일 분석과 항산화 활성 조절
Author(s)
Hyung Won Ryu; H H Song; Ki Ohk Kim; Yhun Jung Park; Doo-Young KimJung Hee KimSei-Ryang Oh
Bibliographic Citation
Industrial Crops and Products, vol. 89, pp. 215-224
Publication Year
2016
Abstract
The common essential environmental factors for plant growth are play the regulatory and signaling rolein the developmental and metabolic processes of plants. A study aimed at determining the metabolitechanges in wild and cultivated Euphorbia supina and their effects on its biological activity was conducted.These two plant groups were clearly discriminated from one another on principal component analysis(PCA) and partial least squares discriminant analysis (PLS-DA) score plots. More detailed analyses of theextracts by ultra-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) coupled to high-resolution electrosprayionization mass spectrometry (HRESIMS) on a quadrupole time-of-flight (QTof) analyzer was revealedapproximately twenty phytochemicals, including gallotannins, ellagitannins and glycosidic derivativesof flavonoids the secondary phytochemicals in wild E. supina. The accumulation of these metabolites wasresponsible for the antioxidant content and activity in the group of plants, highlighting their potentialutility in understanding the effects of environmental stress conditions on crop productivity and improvingthe bioactivity of medicinal plants.
Keyword
Euphorbia supinaFlavonoid-glycosideTanninsAntioxidantMetabolomicsa
ISSN
0926-6690
Publisher
Elsevier
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2016.05.011
Type
Article
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