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Research Article

Comprehensive Characterization of Extractable Phenolic Compounds by UPLC-PDA-ESI-QqQ of Buddleja scordioides Plants Elicited with Salicylic Acid

Figure 3

Exogenous application of salicylic acid on accumulation levels of amino acids in plants of Buddleja scordioides not subjected to stress. Precursor ion (m/z+) and transitions registered for each amino acid were 175.12 > 70.31 (Arg), 156.10 > 110.23 (His), 147.14 > 84.29 (Lys), 134.10 > 88.27 (Asp), 147.97 > 84.02 (Glu), 106.10 > 60.4 (Ser), 120.10 > 74.3 (Thr), 133.07 > 87.21 (Asn), 147.09 > 130.18 (Gln), 76.12 > 30.56 (Gly), 122.06 > 59.33 (Cys), 116.12 > 70.33 (Pro), 90.11 > 44.48 (Ala), 118.12 > 72.32 (Val), 132.08 > 86.29 (Ile), 132.11 > 86.27 (Leu), 150.09 > 56.37 (Met), 166.09 > 120.19 (Phe), 182.09 > 136.18 (Tyr), and 205.09 > 188.13 (Trp) by LC-ESI-MS/MS. Different letters on each amino acid bar indicate statistical differences by Tukey test ().

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