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Quantitative analysis of jasmonic acids, indole-3-acetic acid and abscisic acid in plant tissues by GC-MS 
Li, JK; Chen, HJ; Chen, SL 
Beijing Forestry University, Qingua Donglu Beijing 100083 People's Republic of China 
5 (Sep 2010) 
GC-MS was used to determine the concentrations of jasmonic acid (JA), indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) and abscisic acid (ABA) in Populus canescens leaves in this paper. Abundant cold methanol (80%, v/v) was used to extract JA, IAA and ABA, and three internal standards, D sub(3)-ABA 300 ng, super(13)C sub(6)-IAA 60 ng and DHJA 80 ng were simultaneously introduced into the leaf samples. Crude extract was condensed by vacuum evaporating and hormones were re-extracted by ethyl acetate at pH 2.5-3.0 (x3). Then condensed JA, IAA and ABA extracts were purified by Sep-Pak C sub(18) columns. Thereafter, partially purified hormones were methylated using trimethylsilyldizomethane and then analyzed by GC-MS (JA and ABA). IAA was analyzed by GC-MS after an additional TMS reaction. Results showed that concentrations of ABA, JA, and IAA in leaf tissues of P. canescens were 121.064-128.771 ng/g, 2.190-6.974 ng/g and 4.990-15.012 ng/g Fw, respectively. In concentration in P. canescens leaves, ABA > IAA > JA. 
pH effects; Populus canescens; Abscisic acid; Leaves; Hormones; Forestry; Methanol; Vacuum; Jasmonic acid; Ethyl acetate 
• Methanol (Non-Cancer)
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