The principal applications of high-resolution solid-state NMR spectroscopy, in the field of food science, are reviewed, after a short general introduction, mainly focusing on the potential of these investigations, which are, today, routine tools for resolving technological problems. Ecol Evol. A novel understanding of humus chemistry and implications in soil science. While the 1D 13C spectra of fresh plant tissues well differentiated the composition of fresh pine and grass materials, the differences became negligible after decomposition and suggested a similar accumulation of recalcitrant carbon species, thus again supporting a mechanism of progressive selection of hydrophobic degradation products regardless of the plant origin [21]. Metabolomic analysis at an early stage of regeneration. In particular, the authors used HRMAS to compare the metabolome of wild-type plants with that of transgenic T-35S plants carrying the VaP5CSF129A transgene encoding a mutated enzyme involved in proline biosynthesis. 2015;53:735–44. Centro Interdipartimentale per la Risonanza Magnetica Nucleare per l’Ambiente, l’Agro-Alimentare ed i Nuovi Materiali (CERMANU), Università di Napoli Federico II, Via Università 100, 80055, Portici, Italy, You can also search for this author in Samples in food processing can undergo many irreversible changes. ... Low‐field nuclear magnetic resonance (LF‐NMR) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are viable technologies in assessing water status, which can significantly impact the quality of fruits and vegetables' texture, tenderness, and microstructure. Copyright 2016 by J. Agric. HRMAS was used to assess the chemical composition of coarsely ground coffee beans of Arabica and Robusta varieties, as well as the variation in content of Maillard reaction-related compounds and coffee aroma constituents, as a function of coffee roasting temperature from 30 to 215 °C [54]. The HRMAS has been also employed to examine cereals, cereal-derived, and apicultural products. This manuscript is an original review and has not been published in other journals. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. In the same line, conventional and diffusion-edited HRMAS proton spectra were applied to evaluate the long-term stabilization mechanisms of organic materials in soils undergone solid cattle manure and crop residues amendments and fractionated into free, intra-macroaggregate, intra-microaggregate, mineral-associated, and dissolved organic matter [26]. Following glucose depletion, ethanol was oxidized to acetate in treatment (i), but continued to be produced in (ii) [78]. HRMAS NMR has been recently applied to study the metabolomic changes in the germination of wheat seeds treated with fungicides bavistin and thiram [76]. 1H HRMAS-NMR metabolomic to assess quality and traceability of mozzarella cheese from Campania buffalo milk. Effect of a peat humic acid on morphogenesis in leaf explants of Pyrus communis and Cydonia oblonga. The degradation characteristics of microbial biomass in soil. Org Geochem. Part of Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! 2004;42:396–401. New Jersey: Wiley; 2007. Additionally, this technique may differentiate molecular species according to their degree of mobility in hydrated matrices. Interestingly, this work showed that HRMAS applied to the whole NOM samples was superior to the traditional liquid-state NMR measurements of extracts from the same NOM materials [24]. J Agric Food Chem. In another work, both leaves and fruit peels of citrus sinensis plants were proved by HRMAS to be infected by the bacterium Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. Agric Ecosyst Environ. 2014 Jun 11;114(11):5641-94. doi: 10.1021/cr400063g. Study of the suitability of HRMAS NMR for metabolic profiling of tomatoes: application to tissue differentiation and fruit ripening. 2009;60(1):291–300. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated. Curr Org Chem. Intech Open; 2012. p. 279–306. Lam L, Soong R, Sutrisno A, de Visser R, Simpson MJ, Wheeler HL, et al. Liaghati Mobarhan Y, FortierMcGill B, Soong R, Maas WE, Fey M, Monette M, et al. J Exp Bot. Dairy products were also intensively studied by HRMAS NMR. The structure of suburban, a protective biopolymer associated with suberin and located in the periderm of above ground parts of plants or in the endoderm of roots, was also investigated by combining HRMAS NMR to other techniques, such as CPMAS NMR, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), flash-pyrolysis Gas Chromatography coupled to Mass Spectrometry (GC–MS), and FT-IR (Fourier Transform-InfraRed spectroscopy) [40]. Insights into the structure of cutin and cutan from Agave americana leaf cuticle using HRMAS NMR spectroscopy. Org Geochem. summarized a most interesting application of a portable NMR device enabling the non-destructive and non-invasive investigation on food quality and the identification of … Moreover, 31P-1H HETCOR (HETeroCORrelation) 2D NMR spectra were helpful in the identification of several phosphorylated metabolites such as phospholombricine and lombricine [80]. NMR Biomed. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is one of the most powerful and versatile analytical techniques that can be applied to liquid and/or solid materials and has become increasingly popular in the field of food science for the evaluation and the analysis of several foods, such as beverages, oils and lipids, vegetables, meat, and dairy products. Advances of high-resolution NMR techniques in the structural and metabolic analysis of plant biochemistry. 2011;143:518–29. It also can help to understand the treatment of that certain diseases. J Agric Food Chem. Starch granule hydration—a MAS NMR Investigation. This study associated morphological, anatomical, and metabolic profiling of virus-infected tissue of J. curcas plant. In particular, they observed that the content in metabolites relevant for the tomato taste, such as fructose and organic acids, depended on the specific variety [60]. [63] suggested that HRMAS-based experiments also enabled to differentiate and describe both structural and metabolic profiles of intact 13C-enriched wheat, broccoli, and maze seeds [63]. Piccolo A. HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy in material science. The complex relationship between molecular structure and biological function is a central theme of most contemporary biochemical studies. Plaza C, Courtier-Murias D, Fernández JM, Polo A, Simpson AJ. Moreover, the rapidity and relative simplicity of the HRMAS technique, well coupled to the inherent reduction of solvents consumption and waste production, represent further elements in making this methodology very attractive for a wide spectrum of scientific investigations. Magn Reson Chem. Nevertheless, the use of liquid-state NMR spectroscopy for the molecular identification of agricultural matrices (plant roots, leaves and fruits, animal tissues, soils, etc.) Moreover, this study also highlighted the advantage of the use of diffusion-based filter to selectively identify and monitor the signals of fast-diffusing components developed during degradation process [22]. 1), which may not only further improve spectral resolution, but also select coherence pathways and permit diffusion experiments to differentiate molecular species according to their degree of mobility in hydrated matrices. Ritota et al. The HRMAS technique was further employed to identify the components of a peat humic acid mostly involved in the organomineral complexes with both kaolinite and montmorillonite clay minerals and how the interactions were influenced by both clay mineralogy and several solution properties, such as pH, ionic strength, and the presence of Na+ and Ca2+ cations [19]. Moreover, these authors inferred that α-branched fatty acids/esters in cutin could be cross-linked to esters of mid-chain hydroxyls [38]. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a powerful technique for characterization of food products based on measuring the profile of metabolites. 2015;49:13983–91. Three spectral regions are shown: a 0.8–3.3 ppm, b 3.34–4.27 ppm, and c 4.4–9.25 ppm. PubMed  Practical Applications of NMR in Industry Conference (PANIC) was initiated to provide an interactive forum for discussion of the latest developments in the use of NMR for practical applications to real problems faced by scientists in industry and research institutions. When the sample rotates around an axis inclined of 54.7° to the magnetic field, all broadening factors are theoretically nulled [7, 8]. An asterisk (*) indicates that absolute quantification was not possible at these positions due to spectral overlap. Comprehensive multiphase NMR Spectroscopy of Intact 13C Labeled Seeds. They were successful to show the feasibility even at moderate magnetic fields of NMR detection in bacterial cells of an unlabeled metabolite at a pharmacologically relevant (i.e., submillimolar) concentration [79]. For example, HRMAS NMR-based metabolomics was applied with the aim of proving the different compositional qualities of three potato cultivars grown under either conventional or organic system [36]. Investigating the role of mineral-bound humic acid in phenanthrene sorption. 2010;122:877–87. Assessing the fate and transformation of plant residues in the terrestrial environment using HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy. Pizzeghello D, Cocco S, Francioso O, Ferrari E, Cardinali A, Nardi S, et al. NMR techniques coupled with multivariate statistical analysis: tools to analyse Oryza sativa metabolic content under stress conditions. Comprehensive multiphase NMR applied to a living organism. Song EH, Kim HJ, Jeong J, Chung HJ, Kim HY, Bang E, et al. 2015;5(20):4542–54. Food Chem. Food Chem. Article  Cite this article. 2012;217:61–76. As for other biological materials HRMAS has been usefully applied to rapidly monitor the plant stress in response to both abiotic and biotic factors, such as drought, salinity, nutrients deficiency, or pathogens influence. Cade-Menun provided an essential overview of the most important studies on the application of solution-state 31 P NMR spectroscopy for the characterization and quantification of P forms in non-pasture cropland soils. In particular, tomato cutin was shown to contain a structural skeleton composed predominantly by an aliphatic polyester with some olefinic and aromatic moieties [38]. Zalesskiy SS, Danieli E, Blümich B, Ananikov VP. A HRMAS investigation on organomineral complexes obtained by coating either montmorillonite or kaolinite clays by peat humic acids showed that these humic-clay complexes, especially in acidic conditions, were responsible for the increasing sorption of the non-ionic and hydrophobic phenanthrene contaminant [19]. Kelleher BP, Simpson MJ, Simpson AJ. Both 1H and 31P HRMAS NMR spectra were used to elucidate the granule hydration in either wheat- or maize-derived starches at different temperatures [70]. 2011;59:12784–93. PubMed Google Scholar. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. The HRMAS technique has been also applied to evaluate transgenic plants. Moreover, HRMAS allows us to use edited pulse sequences which, especially in the case of biological tissues or agrofood products, may provide a simultaneous information on polar and non-polar components without the need of preliminary sample extraction. The same authors observed that the detection of aromatic signals may be significantly enhanced when the soil is swollen in dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) rather than in water. The adsorbed or intercalated forms of herbicide 4-chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acid on a highly hydrated clay, such as hydrotalcite, were clearly distinguished by 1H-HRMAS. These extensive spectral-broadening interactions are described in a Hamiltonian that contains an angular dependence of (3cos2 The presumed beneficial role exerted by humic acids in plant regeneration was verified by HRMAS on root and shoot calli explanted by pear and quince plants, after treatments with different concentrations of peat humic acids [45]. This report reviews the latest representative studies that employ HRMAS NMR on systems related to agricultural chemistry, requiring the characterization and dynamics of soil components, plant tissues, agrofood products, and in vivo organisms. Google Scholar. (Figure reprinted with permission of authors, © 2012 Alam TM, Jenkins JE. As such, it is important in the understanding of lifeprocesses at the molecular level. Mazzei P, Piccolo A, Nugnes L, Mascolo M, De Rosa G, Staibano S. Metabolic profile of uterine leiomyomas intact tissue using high resolution magic-angle spinning 1H NMR spectroscopy. Cookies policy. Mazzei P, Piccolo A. Interactions between natural organic matter and organic pollutants as revealed by NMR spectroscopy. Despite the difficulty in distinguishing lichens morphologically, the authors proposed a non-destructive HRMAS-based method enabling unambiguous differentiation results, while concomitantly avoiding a laborious and time-consuming sample pre-treatment [41]. Choze R, Alcantara GB, Filho EGA, Silva LMA, Faria JC, Liao LM. Changes in the metabolome of lettuce leaves due to exposure to mancozeb pesticide. The supramolecular structure of humic substances. Innov Food Sci Emerg Technol. Masoom H, Courtier-Murias D, Soong R, Maas WE, Fey M, Kumar R, et al. Soil Sci Soc Am J. Farooq H, CourtierMurias D, Soong R, Bermel W, Kingery WM, Simpson AJ. Beckonert O, Coen M, Keun HC, Wang Y, Ebbels TMD, Holmes E, et al. Snow vole (Chionomys nivalis Martins) affects the redistribution of soil organic matter and hormone-like activity in the alpine ecosystem: ecological implications. Soil Biol Biochem. Proton and carbon 1D and 2D HRMAS NMR spectra enabled the identification and assignment of several bioactive triterpenoids and phenolics in Koroneiki olive leaves [43]. 2008;42:5514–20. 13C–NMR spectra of humic substances extracted with different mechanisms. Springer Nature. In this context, the HRMAS NMR capacity to precisely detect and quantify specific compound classes in complex biological materials indicates this technique as an excellent candidate to assess the general quality of agrofood products. The application of 1H high-resolution magic-angle spinning NMR for the study of clay-organic associations in natural and synthetic complexes. This work showed that the metabolomic approach developed by HRMAS enabled the detection of the significant changes in phenolic compounds contained in As-treated plants. The HRMAS becomes ever more important for the investigation of metabolic processes in plants as related to specific management practices or to responses to either abiotic stress or phytopathogens infections. 2) on the basis of HRMAS STDD results, which revealed the involvement of pesticides functional groups in the contaminant-soil associations and enabled a prediction of predominant sorption mechanisms. Piccolo A, Campanella L, Petronio BM. Finally, Capitani et al. This allows HRMAS spectroscopy to provide information on both polar and non-polar components of biological tissues or agrofood products without preliminary separations though extractions. Pérez EMS, Iglesias MJ, Ortiz FL, Pérez I, Galera MM. 2008;3:25–32. NMR Spectrometer and Data Collection: A brief description of a NMR spectrometer and its working with attention to locking, shimming, tuning, and parameter optimizations. 2006;70:4080–94. In fact, HRMAS was proved to enable the identification of molecular structures at the solid-aqueous interface of a whole soil through the acquisition of 1D, selective-1D, and 2D NMR spectra [16]. HRMAS is a combination of solid- and liquid-state NMR techniques since it allows us to obtain spectra with a resolution similar to that of liquid-state spectroscopy but on intact and non-manipulated semi-solid materials. 1998;10:239–60. Introduction Soil is a very complex medium that contains minerals, organic matter, micro-organisms, air and water. London: Royal Society of Chemistry; 2013. p. 164–70. Combourieu B, Inacio J, Delort AM, Forano C. Differentiation of mobile and immobile pesticides on anionic clays by 1H HR MAS NMR spectroscopy. Environ Pollut. Doty FD, Entzminger G, Yang AY. Ritota M, Casciani L, Han BZ, Cozzolino S, Leita L, Sequi P, et al. Gradient, high resolution, magic angle sample spinning NMR. The percentage values for each epitope map are all relative to the strongest binding proton in each pesticide, which is expressed as 100%. Correspondence to Copyright 2008 by Environ. Molecular interactions of pesticides at the soil-water interface. Bon D, Gilard V, Massou S, Pérès G, Malet-Martino M, Martino R, et al. NMR is a technique relying on magnetic spin of atomic nuclei being flipped between energy states by a powerful magnetic field. The figure shows the disposition of both RF solenoid and gradient coils as well as indicates the inclination of rotation axis at the magic angle (θ = 54.7°) in respect of static magnetic field (B Phytochemistry. Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture Valentini M, Ritota M, Cafiero C, Cozzolino S, Leita L, Sequi P. The HRMAS–NMR tool in foodstuff characterization. Eur J Soil Sci. Pierluigi Mazzei. Article  Biol. A relatively moderate spin rate ranging between 3 and 6 kHz is thus recommended, in order to reach best compromise between resolution and sample stability. AU - Schmidt, S. J. Due to its capacity to produce meaningful spectra of semi-solid and fresh samples, HRMAS represents an eligible technique to perform in vivo analysis of living micro- and macroorganisms. Biol Fertil Soils. HRMAS results were also determinant to show that conventional and organic management treatments affect differently the composition of fresh olive fruits [37]. The advanced NMR pulse sequence STDD (saturation transfer double difference) was used to prove the pH-dependent (D2O or sodium phosphate D2O buffer solution at pH7) interactions between a peat soil and several contaminants, including 1-naphthol and the pesticides trifluralin, acifluorfen, and 4-nitro-3-(trifluoromethyl) phenol [31]. Such finding was accompanied by a further study in which diffusion-edited HRMAS NMR spectra of HF-treated soil aggregates of different dimensions were related to the role of microbes in conservation tillage systems [27]. Recently, Mazzei and coworkers applied 1H HRMAS metabolomics to identify the effects on young Solanum lycopersicum (tomato) plants of seeds treatment with two bioactive secondary metabolites (6-pentyl-2H-pyran-2-one and harzianic acid) extracted from different trichoderma fungal strains [14]. Despite that most of HRMAS applications had been focusing on biomedical studies and materials chemistry [7, 13, 14], a body of literature has already pointed out that HRMAS may result determinant in investigations related to agricultural issues. J Food Quality. Terms and Conditions, Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40538-017-0093-9. J. … The main topics of large interest are the following: (i) the improvement of knowledge on the complex chemical processes occurring in soil and involving its humic and mineral components; (ii) the unraveling of processes related to the biological stimulation of plant growth and relationship between soil components and plant roots; (iii) the bioavailability and fate of pollutants in the agro-environment; (iv) the assessment of quality, geographical origin, and traceability of agrofood products; (v) the development of practices in bio-agriculture aimed to improve crop quality. The application of LC-NMR/MS for the direct identification of carbohydrates in beer has been studied. T1 - Applications of NMR in agriculture and biochemistry. 2015;108(9):1694–701. Food Res Int. The HRMAS technique has been successfully applied to follow the effects of inorganic and organic contaminants in biological tissues. Moreover, an HRMAS approach was recently exploited to distinguish waxy from non-waxy Chinese rice grains, deriving from different Oryza sativa L. cultivars [69]. The high resolution of HRMAS spectra is due to the reduction of H–H dipolar couplings to few hundred Hz in many semi-solid samples, in respect to the 20–50 kHz usually found for rigid solid materials. Conceptually, the NMR phenomenon occurs when nuclei of magnetically active (spin number ≠ 0) atoms are immersed in a static magnetic field and exposed to a second oscillating magnetic field. [Figure reprinted with permission from Mazzei & Piccolo, Copyright 2012 by Food Chem. By comparing HRMAS results with those of ethanol extracts of the same petals analyzed by liquid-state NMR, it was observed that extraction favored hydrolysis reactions, thus decreasing the reliability of NMR results in the liquid-state. 1996;68:3370–6. Marseglia A, Acquotti D, Consonni R, Cagliani LR, Palla G, Caligiani C. HR MAS 1H NMR and chemometrics as useful tool to assess the geographical origin of cocoa beans—comparison with HR 1H NMR. The labels refer to the assignment of the most intense signals detected in all treatments (F fructose, G glucose, Gal galactose, S sucrose, GABA γ-aminobutyric acid, Leu leucine, Arg arginine, Val valine, and Thre threonine). 2013;61:4979–87. Iglesias MJ, García-López J, Collados-Luján JF, López-Ortiz F, Díaz M, Toresano F, et al. Prevent Diseases The concept of the biochemistry can be used to create the best prevention method to the diseases. Most interestingly, the authors modulated the MAS spin rate to distinguish between immobilized (water-inaccessible starch domains) and mobile components, thus inferring that their distribution depended on the starch granules assembly [70]. So, here’re some popular applications of biochemistry in the agriculture. 1H HRMAS NMR spectroscopy and chemometrics for evaluation of metabolic changes in Citrus sinensis caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. The wide variety of materials (including in vivo micro- and macroorganisms) successfully studied by HRMAS suggests that it is the best choice when standard solution- and solid-state NMR techniques are not applicable or unsatisfying. 2008;59:496–504. Sci Rep. 2013;3(3349):1–10. 5). Would you like email updates of new search results? A feasibility study. NMR spectroscopy explained—simplified theory, applications and examples for organic chemistry and structural biology. 2014;62:107–15. [78] proposed a pioneering method to in vivo study microorganisms subjected to stress conditions [78]. The authors reported that snow vole activity was capable to significantly affect the humification process and SOM cycling, with effects on the hormone-like bioactivity of humic fractions. Goals / Objectives Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that provides atomic levelcharacterization of the solution structure of small and large molecules. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40538-017-0093-9, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40538-017-0093-9. This was attributed to the capacity of DMSO and other dipolar aprotic solvents to cleave hydrogen bonds and solvate aromatic components [17]. Alam TA, Jenkins JE. Applications of NMR Spectroscopy is a book series devoted to publishing the latest advances in the applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in various fields of organic chemistry, biochemistry, health and agriculture. Parmigiano Reggiano as a case study. The authors were able to detect through HRMAS the presence of withaferin A and withanone molecules, which are secondary metabolites produced by this plant and important natural medicinal compounds [42]. Already in 2004, HRMAS was applied to trace the metabolomic profile of the Italian Parmigiano Reggiano cheese [64] and to correlate its concentration of several free amino acids and low molecular-weight metabolites to the cheese ripening during a 24 months-long monitoring [65]. θ − 1)/2, where θ is the angle between the static magnetic field and the internuclear vector responsible for the interactions. 2016;7:4856–66. 2nd ed. This waves … The emphasis is the practicality of the solution and “getting the job done”. Based on both 1D and 2D homo- and heteronuclear NMR spectra, HRMAS evaluates the composition of fresh semi-solid samples with a similar resolution as that of classical liquid-state NMR techniques. Anal Chim Acta. Anal Chem. Deshmukh AP, Simpson AJ, Hadad CM, Hatcher PG. Environ Sci Technol. The application of T2-based (namely CPMG or spin-echo) NMR filters to reduce signals heterogeneity in 1H spectra of humic substances allowed to develop cluster analyses to differentiate humic matter as a function of soil treatments [25]. USA.gov. Hanoulle X, Wieruszeski JM, Rousselot-Pailley P, Landrieu I, Baulard AR, Lippens G. Monitoring of the ethionamide pro-drug activation in mycobacteria by 1H high resolution magic angle spinning NMR. For example, it has been recently reported that 1D and 2D CMP-NMR experiments permitted to evaluate the most abundant metabolites in living Hyalella Azteca crustaceans [83]. Planta. It is also critical in HRMAS spectroscopy that the spin rotation has to reach a value at least of the same order of magnitude as the line-broadening interactions, while avoiding an excessively fast rotation that may hasten sample degradation and reduce the measurements reliability. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. The authors identified the metabolic variations occurring in daphnids as a function of successive life stages and at different physiological statuses. Alves Filho EG, Silva LMA, Choze R, Lião LM, Honda NK, Alcantara GB. Environ Sci Technol. In the late 1990, the new high-resolution magic angle spinning (HRMAS) technique was introduced to enable NMR applications directly on heterogeneous semi-solid and gel-like samples [5]. Chem Commun. The rotor is then tightly sealed by a screwed-in insert to prevent dehydration or loss of solvent during spectral acquisition. Roots and leaves of swingle citrumelo were investigated to prove the capability of a selected transgene to induce an overexpression of proline, an amino acid commonly associated with plant responses to certain environmental stress [50]. Beni C, Marconi S, Boccia P, Ciampa A, Diana G, Aromolo R, et al. J Braz Chem Soc. Evidence for cross-linking in tomato cutin using HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy. [Figure reprinted with permission from Shirzadi et al. 2011;44:3212–21. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Moreover, when combined with chemometrics, HRMAS represents a reliable tool to study edible agrofood products and assess, directly and indirectly, their nutritional value, geographical origin, authenticity, genotype, and safety. An interesting aspect of NMR spectroscopy is its versatility since it enables to examine samples in either liquid- or solid-state, by selecting the proper NMR probe where the samples are placed. Sci. Unraveling the long-term stabilization mechanisms of organic materials in soils by physical fractionation and NMR spectroscopy. However, HRMAS may be particularly useful in the quest of clarifying the soil complex chemical processes due to better capacity to characterize the molecular structures of soil humic and humo-mineral components than solid- or liquid-state NMR. Google Scholar. The authors observed that Fe-deficient soybeans revealed an enhanced TCA cycle activity, and the activation of mechanisms against the oxidative stress. December 2017; Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 4(1) ... 13C, and 31P nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR… Food Res Int. A number of interesting works have described the application of HRMAS NMR to edible vegetables. 2013;141:3167–76. Geochim Cosmochim Acta. They found several organosulfurs, allicin, and some allyl-organosulfurs in garlic samples and confirmed their presence by SPE-GC-MS analysis. HR-MAS NMR represents a powerful and versatile spectroscopic technique, enabling the molecular evaluation of samples (in semi-solid state) of agricultural concern, such as plant tissues, soil components, vegetables, and agro-food products, as well as it permits the acquisition of multidimensional and multinuclear NMR spectra to be potentially combined with mathematical and computational exercises, including multivariate statistical analyses. Bharti SK, Bhatia A, Tewari SK, Sidhu OP, Roy R. Application of HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy for studying chemotype variations of Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal. J Mol Struct. 1H HRMAS CPMG NMR spectrum of control tomato leaves acquired at a spin rate of 5 kHz. Another study combined HRMAS and DRIFT (Diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy) techniques to identify the relationship between the structure of soil humic substances and long-term (40 years) soil management practices, including organic and/or mineral fertilizations [25]. 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