Molecular Distribution Mapping of Herbicide on Plant Leaves using LAESI-MS Imaging
05 Sep 2013

In this webinar, Dr. Stephen Rumbelow (Innovation Support and Claims Substantiation Manager, Croda, Inc.) and Holly Henderson (Applications Scientist, Protea Biosciences) will discuss the use of the LAESI DP-1000 system to investigate the influence of an agrochemical adjuvant on the spatial distribution of a commercial herbicide (2,4-D) when applied as aqueous droplets to the surfaces of poinsettia and cabbage leaves. The LAESI-MSI ambient technique enabled both 2D and 3D molecular images to be generated that illustrate the spatial distribution and penetration of the active into the leaf. Join us to learn how theLAESI DP-1000 System can be used to profile the distribution of the selected molecules in both two and three dimensions on plant leaves.

Protea Biosciences Group, Inc



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