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A cytophysio-logical investigation of the effect of low temperature on the leaves of potato species differing in frost resistance



A cytophysio-logical investigation of the effect of low temperature on the leaves of potato species differing in frost resistance



Bot. Z. (Bot. J.), Moskva, 54: 712-20



In the relatively susceptible hybrid Olev, protoplasmic streaming continued while the leaves were in a supercooled state, down to - 4.5 degrees C., though at a reduced rate. In the hardy species Solanum schreiteri, the rate of streaming was initially lower but marked reduction occurred only at - 5.2 degrees C.

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