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Authors Faustino, M. V., M. A. F. Faustino, H. Silva, A. M. S. Silva and D. Pinto
Title Lipophilic Metabolites ofSpartina maritimaandPuccinellia maritimaInvolved in their Tolerance to Salty Environments
Source Chemistry & Biodiversity
Author Keywords Spartina maritima Puccinellia maritima metabolome profile terpenoids sterols chromatography-mass spectrometry in-vitro trimethylsilyl derivatives salinity tolerance oxidative stress spartina-patens soil-salinity citric-acid plants halophytes
Abstract Spartina maritimaandPuccinellia maritimaare two fascinating but underexplored halophytic species, and herein, the chemical profile of their hexane extracts is described. Terpenoids and sterols were the most abundant chemical groups in both species. The second dominant class was alcohols and the third esters of fatty acids. The chemical lipophilic profile of bothS. maritimaandP. maritimais herein reported for the first time. Through the accomplished data, it is possible to conclude that these species are rich in essential compounds that can be relevant to endorse their use as nutraceuticals. Furthermore, through a principal component analysis, a clear differentiation between the taxa was achieved, which indicates that their response to salinity stress is different. That fact was confirmed by the pathway enrichment analysis, which showed that the induced changes in metabolic pathways vary in each species.
ResearcherID Number Faustino, Maria Amparo/J-5787-2012
ISSN 1612-1872
ISBN 1612-1872
29-Character Source Abbreviation Chem. Biodivers.
Publication Date OCT
Year Published 2020
Volume 17
Issue 10
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1002/cbdv.202000316
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000568771600001
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