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The onset of sucrose accumulation in cold-stored potato tubers is caused by an increased rate of sucrose synthesis and coincides with low levels of hexose-phosphates, an activation of sucrose phosphate synthase and the appearance of a new form of amylase

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Hill, L. M., Reimholz, R., Schroeder, R., Nielsen, T. H., & Stitt, M. (1996). The onset of sucrose accumulation in cold-stored potato tubers is caused by an increased rate of sucrose synthesis and coincides with low levels of hexose-phosphates, an activation of sucrose phosphate synthase and the appearance of a new form of amylase. Plant Cell and Environment, 19(11), 1223-1237. doi:10.1111/j.1365-3040.1996.tb00001.x.


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