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Respiration and the activity of some oxidoreductases in apple and pear in relation to winter hardiness



Respiration and the activity of some oxidoreductases in apple and pear in relation to winter hardiness



Sb nauch tr Primorsk s kh in t (33): 98-102



The varieties studied, in descending order of hardiness, were the apples Sibirskaya Ural'skoe nalivnoe and Khabarovsk, and the pears Ussuriiskaya Barabashka and Pingoli. The hardy Sibirskaya and Ussuriiskaya had a low respiration rate of the buds, the lowest water content and a low activity of enzymes of the oxidase-reductase group.

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