Changes in In Vivo and In Vitro ACC Oxidase Activities During Chilling and Subsequent Warming as Exemplified by Vigna Radiata Seedlings

@inproceedings{Corbineau1997ChangesII,
  title={Changes in In Vivo and In Vitro ACC Oxidase Activities During Chilling and Subsequent Warming as Exemplified by Vigna Radiata Seedlings},
  author={Françoise Corbineau and Silvia Radice and Mari Ange Picard and Daniel C{\^o}me and Renata Bogatek},
  year={1997}
}
Chilling injury is commonly observed in many species of tropical and subtropical origin [1, 2]. The critical temperature for chilling injury is usually between 0 and 10°C, but it depends on species, developmental stages, organs and tissues [1, 2]. Damage increases with exposure time, however a feature of this phenomenon is its reversibility following short exposure to low temperature [3]. 

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