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Reduction of 2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol by metaphosphoric extracts of the bulbs of dutch iris and tulip: variations in the reducing power during bulb growth and storage


Reduction of 2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol by metaphosphoric extracts of the bulbs of dutch iris and tulip: variations in the reducing power during bulb growth and storage



Physiologie Vegetale 13(2): 291-306



The reducing power of the extracts decreased rapidly during bulb development and continued to decrease, but more slowly, after harvest if the bulbs were kept at a relatively high temperature (20 or 30 deg C). The reducing power remained constant after harvest for bulbs kept at a relatively low temperature (5 or 9 deg ).

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