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Non-structural carbohydrates in potato tubers, and subsequent reconditioning after storage in different temperatures



Non-structural carbohydrates in potato tubers, and subsequent reconditioning after storage in different temperatures



Horticultura Brasileira 23(3): 799-804



The levels of total soluble carbohydrates and reducing sugars were quantified in tubers of potato genotypes (Atlantic, Perola, Asterix and C-1786-6-94) stored under different temperatures (4, 12 and 20 degrees C) for 30 and 60 days and after a reconditioning period of 30 days of storage. Before each harvest, the tubers were processed and divided in subsamples and then lyophilized. The lyophilized material was analysed for total soluble carbohydrates and reducing sugars content.

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