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Wound healing in potato tuber tissue. 2. Varietal and anatomical variation

Wound healing in potato tuber tissue. 2. Varietal and anatomical variation

Potato Research 28(1): 101-108

The wound healing potential of 15 UK maincrop potato cultivars was assessed from the ability of discs of cortical and medullary tissue to become resistant to the loss of water vapour as their surfaces suberized. Varietal rankings were moderately consistent over 4 experiments in 2 years, with Desiree, Bintje and Pentland Hawk showing rapid healing and Majestic, Redskin and Pentland Crown rather slow healing. Wound healing rates in cortical and medullary tissue were generally similar.

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Accession: 001511254

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02357574

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