Journal of Spectroscopy / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Quantitative Analysis and Comparison of Flavonoids in Lotus Plumules of Four Representative Lotus Cultivars

Table 2

MS data of flavonoids identified in lotus plumule from XT and flavonoid contents of four cultivars.

PeaksRetention time[M-H]MS/MS fragmentsIdentificationFlavonoid contents of four cultivars (mg/100 g)
GCJNWYXT

17.00593473 383 353Apigenin-6,8-di-C-glucoside (vicenin-2)198.16 ± 0.66113.54 ± 1.50172.53 ± 0.46139.08 ± 0.53
211.17563503 473 443 425 383 353Apigenin-6-C-glucosyl-8-C-xyloside29.30 ± 0.0333.86 ± 0.2395.91 ± 0.2476.62 ± 0.20
313.57563473 443 383 353Apigenin-6-C-glucosyl-8-C-arabinoside (schaftoside)702.48 ± 0.42382.64 ± 0.51624.27 ± 0.99468.62 ± 0.84
447357 327 297 285Luteolin-6-C-glucoside (isoorientin)
414.48447357 327 297Luteolin-8-C-glucoside (orientin)89.08 ± 1.8952.89 ± 2.1176.26 ± 0.7473.40 ± 1.33
518.99563473 383 353Apigenin-6-C-arabinosyl-8-C-glucoside (isoschaftoside)115.71 ± 0.3365.04 ± 0.39110.60 ± 0.5479.41 ± 0.50
619.88431341 311 283Apigenin-8-C-glucoside65.72 ± 0.8138.10 ± 2.0855.18 ± 1.0147.27 ± 1.10
721.85609300 271Rutin129.57 ± 0.8684.39 ± 1.09148.46 ± 0.69101.83 ± 0.36
463301 300Quercetin-3-O-galactoside (hyperoside)
431341 311 283Apigenin-6-C-glucoside
823.57463301 300Quercetin-3-O-glucoside (isoquercitrin)18.00 ± 0.4217.01 ± 0.2627.02 ± 0.4915.30 ± 0.08
924.98577487 457 383 353Apigenin-6-C-glucosyl-8-C-rhamnoside89.47 ± 0.4951.05 ± 0.4185.07 ± 0.6764.71 ± 0.42
1027.15593447 285Luteolin-7-O-neohesperidoside109.77 ± 0.2957.58 ± 0.56104.64 ± 0.5571.01 ± 0.42
1130.60593285Luteolin-7-O-rutinoside14.00 ± 0.0611.51 ± 0.2616.77 ± 0.5011.59 ± 0.06
1232.99623315 300Isorhamnetin-3-O-rutinoside14.28 ± 0.6711.13 ± 0.3217.72 ± 0.7912.07 ± 0.09
1337.82607299 284Diosmetin-7-O-rutinoside (diosmin)20.32 ± 0.3211.34 ± 0.5218.86 ± 0.2312.17 ± 0.23
1441.59727637 607 517 487 475 445UnknownNQNQNQNQ
1547.97727637 607 445 416UnknownNQNQNQNQ
1650.30711621 591 548 428 401UnknownNQNQNQNQ

Note: NQ refers to not quantified.

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