Medicago data from duel stress study

  • Julie C. Wilson (Supervisor)
  • Martin James Rusilowicz (Contributor)
  • Adrian Charlton (Owner)
  • Michael Dickenson (Data Collector)
  • S E M Okeefe (Supervisor)



Medicago truncatula, a model legume, was subjected to individual biotic and abiotic stresses, and a combination thereof. A total of 150 plants were grown LC-MS data from a study on biotic and abiotic stress in plants, comprising four experimental groups: C – Control group; D – Abiotic stress group – subject to drought; F – Biotic stress group – infected with the pathogen Fusarium oxysporum; B – Dual stress group – subject to both drought and infection with Fusarium.
Three plants (biological replicates) were harvested from each experimental group at daily intervals for 12 days. For the C and F groups 78 plants were harvested from days 1 to 12, whilst for the D and B harvesting commenced one day later, from days 2 to 12 (72 plants), to allow uniform drying of the growth medium. Quality control (QC) samples were injected inbetween every 6 experimental samples.
The data were processed using Progenesis software to provide peak lists and are presented as a data matrix with integrated peak intensities in columns and observations in rows for each of 4 LC-MS datasets: positive and negative mode data from both leaves and roots.
Date made available22 Sept 2015
PublisherFera Science Limited

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