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Histological observations on the chilling injury of taro tubers during cold storage



Histological observations on the chilling injury of taro tubers during cold storage



Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 51(3): 362-368



Tubers of Colocasia esculenta Dotare showing internal browning due to chilling injury during storage at 4 deg C were studied. Tannin cells were scattered in the epidermal and vascular tissue and the inner parenchyma. With the progress of internal browning, the numbers of browned tannin cells with granulation increased. In parenchyma cells, nuclei swelled and leucoplasts and amyloplasts assembled around the nuclei before browning occurred.

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