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Reproductive changes of the apical cone of cabbage during storage


, : Reproductive changes of the apical cone of cabbage during storage. Acta Horticulturae (38): 131-141

Five-year studies were made of the anatomical structure of the apical cones of 5 cabbage cvs at intervals during storage at 0-2 deg C for up to 7 months. Initially the apical bud has an undifferentiated structure but with the breaking of dormancy it becomes differentiated and physiological and biochemical changes are rapid. Keeping quality is associated with the length of time before the onset of this phase, which amounted to 120-140 days in Simovka 1474 and 100-110 days in Amager 611.


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