2021
DOI: 10.1007/s11816-021-00689-y
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Molecular regulation of potato tuber dormancy and sprouting: a mini-review

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“…It was found that SOD activity decreased, and POD activities and CAT activities increased in dormancy released tubers of overexpression transgenic lines (Figures 5A-C), which was the same as results of Wang et al (2020). Gong et al (2021) showed that POD and CAT can remove excessive free radicals and peroxides in plants, increase the sugar content in potato tubers and promote sprouting. In overexpression transgenic lines, ABA content was always significantly lower than that of wild type and inhibited transgenic lines, and GA 3 was always significantly higher than that of wild type and inhibited transgenic lines (Figures 5D,E).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 76%
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“…It was found that SOD activity decreased, and POD activities and CAT activities increased in dormancy released tubers of overexpression transgenic lines (Figures 5A-C), which was the same as results of Wang et al (2020). Gong et al (2021) showed that POD and CAT can remove excessive free radicals and peroxides in plants, increase the sugar content in potato tubers and promote sprouting. In overexpression transgenic lines, ABA content was always significantly lower than that of wild type and inhibited transgenic lines, and GA 3 was always significantly higher than that of wild type and inhibited transgenic lines (Figures 5D,E).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 76%
“…The dormancy release process of potato tubers was the result of a variety of molecular regulations working together. However, the participation of specific molecular mechanisms in potato dormancy release remains to be seen (Gong et al, 2021).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Potatoes ( Solanum tuberosum L.) play an important role in food security and are among the four largest produced food with maize, rice, and wheat [ 16 ]. Previous studies have shown the high necessity of sucrose to induce tuberization in potatoes [ 17 , 18 ]. Tuber filling and potato production yield depend on the efficient transport of sucrose from the leaves to seeds (sinks) [ 19 ].…”
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confidence: 99%