Relations between carbohydrate accumulation in leaves, sucrose phosphate synthase activity and photoassimilate transport in chilling treated maize seedlings

@article{Sowiski1999RelationsBC,
  title={Relations between carbohydrate accumulation in leaves, sucrose phosphate synthase activity and photoassimilate transport in chilling treated maize seedlings},
  author={P Sowiński and Agnieszka Dalbiak and Jolanta Tadeusiak and Piotr Ochodzki},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={1999},
  volume={21},
  pages={375-381}
}
Sucrose and starch concentration, sucrose phosphate synthase (SPS) activity in leaves, and long distance transport were studied in maize seedlings treated with moderate chilling (14 °C/12 °C - day/night). Two inbred lines were tested: chilling-tolerant KW1074 and chilling-sensitive CM109. Seedlings were grown in phytotrone on water nutrient until the 4-th leaf appearance. The estimations were done on fully developed 2-nd leaf. Six days after the temperature was lowered, leaves of line KW 1074… CONTINUE READING

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