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The effect of storage temperature on carbohydrate interconversion in tulip bulbs


, : The effect of storage temperature on carbohydrate interconversion in tulip bulbs. Acta Horticulturae (47): 371-376

The interconversion : starch 'double arrow' sucrose 'double arrow' fructosyl sucroses in bulbs of the Apeldoorn was dependent on the storage temperature. The content of starch decreased with a corresponding increase of sucrose and fructosyl sucrose at 5 deg C. At 21 deg the starch content increased slightly. Injected 14C-U-sucrose in the scales of bulbs was also converted faster to starch at this temperature.


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