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Response of starch synthesis to temperature in chilling-sensitive plants



Response of starch synthesis to temperature in chilling-sensitive plants



Environmental and biological control of photosynthesis: 81-88



Temperatures in the chilling range (from about 12 deg to 0 deg C) markedly inhibit photosynthetic electron transport, carboxylation and translocation in susceptible plants. A similar inhibition for starch synthesis is reported for the chilling-sensitive plants, maize and sweet potato. Arrhenius plots for soluble and starch grain-bound forms of starch synthetase from chilling-sensitive plants showed a change in slope (discontinuity) at about 12 deg.

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