15N labeling of amino acids in Spirodela Polyrhiza

No Thumbnail Available
View Statistics

Collection period

Date completed

Date updated

Time period coverage

Geographic coverage

Source information

Journal Title

Journal ISSN

Volume Title


15N labeling of amino acids in Spirodela Polyrhiza

Published Date



Author Contact

Evans, Erin M.


Experimental Data


These data comprise15N stable isotopic labeling study of amino acids in Spirodela polyrhiza (common duckweed) grown under three different light and carbon input conditions which represent unique potential metabolic modes. Plants were grown with a light cycle, either with supplemental sucrose (mixotrophic) or without supplemental sucrose (photoautotrophic) and in the dark with supplemental sucrose (heterotrophic). In this study, stable isotopic labeling with 15N of S. polyrhiza allowed for estimation of amino acid pool sizes, turnover, and kinetics.


Deposited here are data files for the experiment described. There are two top-level Readme files as well as Readmes for each archived .zip file, all of which describe the files at length.

Referenced by

Related to



Funding information

National Science Foundation Plant Genome Project Grant ISO-1238812
National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biology IOS-1400818




Previously Published Citation

Suggested citation

Evans, Erin M.; Freund, Dana M.; Sondervan, Veronica; Cohen, Jerry D.; Hegeman, Adrian D.. (2018). 15N labeling of amino acids in Spirodela Polyrhiza. Retrieved from the Data Repository for the University of Minnesota (DRUM), https://doi.org/10.13020/D62H4Q.
View/Download file
File View/OpenDescriptionSize
Light With Sucrose.zipLight With Sucrose Experiment Files1.17 GB
Light Without Sucrose.zipLight Without Sucrose Experiment MS files505.1 MB
Dark With Sucrose.zipDark With Sucrose Experiment MS Files709.67 MB
Modeling_Data_Extracted.zipData for amino acid kinetic models22.32 KB
Pool_Size_Data.zipAmino acid pool size data96.65 KB
Directory.txtPlain text file directory4.1 KB
Readme.txtReadme19.74 KB

Content distributed via the University Digital Conservancy may be subject to additional license and use restrictions applied by the depositor. By using these files, users agree to the Terms of Use. Materials in the UDC may contain content that is disturbing and/or harmful. For more information, please see our statement on harmful content in digital repositories.