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Assessment of the chilling sensitivity of Korean rice cultivars by chlorophyll fluorescence analysis



Assessment of the chilling sensitivity of Korean rice cultivars by chlorophyll fluorescence analysis



Korean Journal of Crop Science 31(3): 356-360



In a study of 11 cultivars, changes in (1) the rate of rise of variable fluorescence (FR) and (2) the maximum yield of variable fluorescence (FVAR) after 8 days' chilling at 10 degrees C agreed well with visual assessments of chilling injury. For most cultivars, chilling sensitivity was also related to the rate of rise of FR at 25 degrees C.

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