Applications of Modern Mass Spectrometry in Plant Science Research by R. P. NewtonApplications of Modern Mass Spectrometry in Plant Science Research by R. P. Newton

Applications of Modern Mass Spectrometry in Plant Science Research

EditorR. P. Newton, T. J. Walton

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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The techniques of mass spectroscopy, whereby chemical substances are identified by their molecular masses, have found increasing applications in recent years and are very widely used on plants. The information presented in this book illustrates basic principles, techniques, and potentialcapabilities of mass spectroscopy for the plant scientist studying biologically important molecules. Emphasis is given to new applications.
T. J. Walton, Lecturer, Biochemistry Group, both at the University College, Swansea.
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Title:Applications of Modern Mass Spectrometry in Plant Science ResearchFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198549652

ISBN - 13:9780198549659

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Table of Contents

1. Introductory overview2. Ionization methods3. MS/MS instrumentation4. Matrix-assisted laser desorption and electrospray ionization mass spectroscopy in protein studies: competitive or complimentary?5. Recent and projected developments in mass spectrometric techniques6. Characterization of proteins by mass spectroscopy: from primary structure to conformational studies7. MALDI MS as a new method for the analysis of nucleic acid (DNA and RNA) with molecular masses up to 150 KDA8. Applications of secondary ion mass spectroscopy in plant physiology9. Mass spectrometry of natural and synthetic lignin polymers: on the detection of coumaryl units by in-source pyrolysis mass spectrometry10. Mass spectrometry of plant hormones11. Mass spectrometric analysis of cyclic nucleotides and related enzymes12. Mass spectrometric studies on flavonoid glycosides13. Mass spectrometry of fatty acid 'derivativesA comparison of FAB MS, HPLC-MS, and CZE-ES MS in the characterization of the alcoholic extracts of Haplophyllum patavinum14. LC-UV-MS: a powerful approach for the rapid screening of mnetabolites in crude plant extracts15. MS/MS studies of tropane alkaloids: detection and determination of structure16. New brassinosteroids from Ornithopus sativus and Apium graveolens

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`'...The focus of the book is a nice blend of a little history plus some projections as to future directions, but it is devoted primarily to examples of MS use today...the book is well written and attractive; data figures are excellent and mass spectra are usually superimposed with thepertinent chemical structure. Advanced students and cross-disciplinary reserachers at the biology-chemistry interface should find this book rewarding.''Timoth C. Morton,Plant Science Bulletin, vol.43, no.4, Winter 1997.