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- You, J. F.; Hou, N. N.; Xu, M. Y.; Zhang, H. M.; Yang, Z. M.
- Biologia plantarum 2010 v.54 no.4 pp. 766-768
- Glycine max; aluminum; citrates; cultivars; cycloheximide; exudation; mitochondrial membrane; plasma membrane; protein synthesis; protein synthesis inhibitors; pyridoxal; roots; secretion; soybeans; transporters
- ... To further understand the process of Al-induced citrate secretion from soybean roots, the effect of protein synthesis inhibitor, anion channel blockers, and citrate carrier inhibitors on Al-induced citrate exudation was investigated in Al-resistant soybean cultivar PI 416937. Citrate exudation from roots increased with the increase of Al concentration from 10 to 50 μM and initiated after 4 h of Al ...
- Farneti, B.; Zhang, W.; Witkowska, I.; Woltering, E.J.
- Acta horticulturae 2010 v. no.877 pp. 1191-1196
- carbohydrate content; chilling injury; citrates; cultivars; firmness; freezing point; fruit quality; ripening; shelf life; storage temperature; sugars; titratable acidity; tomatoes; tropical and subtropical fruits; weight loss
- ... Postharvest storage, handling and distribution of fruit at low temperatures is the most common and manageable approach to control ripening and subsequent deterioration and to maximize product shelf-life. However, tomatoes, as many other subtropical fruits, are susceptible to develop symptoms of chilling injury, a physiological disorder caused by the exposure to low temperature above the freezing p ...