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Protein, starch and non-protein nitrogen accumulation in high protein hybrids and low protein cultivars



Protein, starch and non-protein nitrogen accumulation in high protein hybrids and low protein cultivars



American Potato Journal 55(8): 453-465



In field trials in 1976, at Grand Rapids, Minnesota, tubers of potato Norland and Kennebec (Tuberosum cv.) and 2617, 2702, 2734 and 2636 (Tuberosum X Andigena hybrids) were harvested 10 wk after planting, weekly for the next 5 wk and biweekly thereafter. Percentages of starch and protein in the tuber DM were curvilinearly related to tuber size in all 6 The amounts of starch and protein in a tuber were linear functions of tuber size.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02852150


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