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Influence of light and temperature on the linolenic acid content and resistance to frost of winter wheat triticum aestivum cultivar kharkov 22 mc



Influence of light and temperature on the linolenic acid content and resistance to frost of winter wheat triticum aestivum cultivar kharkov 22 mc



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 60(2): 349-356



The correlation between accumulation of linolenic acid in the crowns and roots of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum 'Kharkov 22 MC') and its frost hardening at low temperature is indirect. It results from their common requirement for light and low temperature. Light mainly produces energy and C reserves. The partial hardening obtained in darkness could be eliminated by preetiolation.

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