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Cold-induced sweetening of tissue cultures of Solanum tuberosum L


, : Cold-induced sweetening of tissue cultures of Solanum tuberosum L. Planta 122(1): 105-107

Callus cultures derived from tubers of Solanum tuberosum L. "Record" were transferred from a complete medium to a maintenance medium that lacked sugar and were then incubated at 2° or 25°. Incubation at 2° for 5 days led to an accumulation of sucrose. This accumulation did not occur at the expense of stored reducing sugars and was not found at 25°.

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PMID: 24435927

DOI: 10.1007/BF00385410


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