Jump to Main Content
- Angers, Paul, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Plant cell, tissue, and organ culture 2015 v.122 no.2 pp. 491-508
- Solanum tuberosum; acclimation; ammonia; biosynthesis; carbon; cluster analysis; gamma-aminobutyric acid; gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; glycolysis; in vitro culture; metabolites; metabolomics; nitrogen; photorespiration; plantlets; potatoes; principal component analysis; proline; putrescine; rooting; sucrose; sugar alcohols; tartaric acid; tricarboxylic acid cycle; urea
- ... This study elucidated the effect of exogenous sucrose on growth parameters and metabolic changes during the in vitro rooting (InVR) and the ex vitro acclimatization (ExVA) stages of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). During InVR stage, plantlets were cultured on MS medium with 3 % (S+) or without (S−) sucrose, and were then acclimatized under the same ExVA condition. In InVR stage, S+ increased photos ...
- Angers, Paul, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Lipids 2015 v.50 no.4 pp. 381-396
- beta oxidation; biochemical pathways; blood; diet; drugs; excretion; fatty acids; frying; frying oil; heat treatment; mass spectrometry; metabolites; metabolomics; nitrates; rats; ultra-performance liquid chromatography; urine
- ... Cyclic fatty acid monomers (CFAM) are mainly formed during heat treatments, such as frying, of edible oils. These fatty acids are mixtures of disubstituted five- or six-carbon-membered ring structures. Some earlier studies have suggested that some of these molecules could be metabolized and detoxified, but so far, neither the detoxification mechanisms nor the metabolite identifications have been e ...