Table II.

Enantioselectivity in lipid peroxidation induced by pathogen infection

Enantiomer composition of the HFAs obtained by the NaBH4/hydrolysis procedure from control, P. syringae-infiltrated wild-type leaves. Same conditions as in Figure 6. Results are expressed as mean ± sd (n = 2). 9-HODE, 9-hydroxy-10,12(E,Z) octadecadienoic acid; 13-HODE, 13-hydroxy-9,11(Z,E) octadecadienoic acid; 9-HOTE, 9-hydroxy-10,12,15(E,Z,Z) octadecatrienoic acid; 12-HOTE, 12-hydroxy-9,13,15(Z,E,Z)-octadecatrienoic acid; 13-HOTE, 13-hydroxy-9,11,15(Z,E,Z)-octadecatrienoic acid; 16-HOTE, 16-hydroxy-9,12,14(Z,Z,E)-octadecatrienoic acid.

HFAs(S)-Enantiomer (%)
MgCl2 HL, 24 h (Day/Night, 14/10 h)Pseudomonas Dark, 24 hPseudomonas Dark, 48 hPseudomonas HL, 24 h (Day/Night, 14/10 h)Pseudomonas HL, 48 h (Day/Night, 14/10 h)
9-HODE49 ± 088 ± 188 ± 175 ± 158 ± 1
9-HOTE49 ± 088 ± 187 ± 281 ± 266 ± 1
13-HODE77 ± 268 ± 162 ± 159 ± 153 ± 1
13-HOTE93 ± 571 ± 165 ± 173 ± 155 ± 1
12-HOTE54 ± 150 ± 151 ± 156 ± 251 ± 1
16-HOTE47 ± 348 ± 148 ± 149 ± 249 ± 1