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Differential ozone tolerance in soybean and snapbeans: analysis of ascorbic acid in ozone-susceptible and ozone-resistant cultivars by high-performance liquid chromatography



Differential ozone tolerance in soybean and snapbeans: analysis of ascorbic acid in ozone-susceptible and ozone-resistant cultivars by high-performance liquid chromatography



Environmental and Experimental Botany 24(4): 331-342



The relationship between foliar O3 tolerance and leaf ascorbic acid (AA) concn in O3-susceptible Hark and O3-tolerant Hood soyabeans and O3-susceptible BBL-290 and O3-tolerant Astro snapbeans was examined using HPLC. Tolerant genotypes contained more AA in their trifoliate leaves than did the corresponding susceptible genotypes. Young trifoliate leaves were highly tolerant of O3 and had proportionally higher AA concn than newly expanded leaves.

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