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“…A shorter dormancy period is vital for potato production at sites restricted by short growing seasons (Eremeev et al, 2008), a longer dormancy is used to limit sprout growth during long-term storage of seed tubers for the subsequent season (Mølmann and Johansen, 2019). Therefore, the quantification of microtuber dormancy is necessary for potato production.…”
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“…A shorter dormancy period is vital for potato production at sites restricted by short growing seasons (Eremeev et al, 2008), a longer dormancy is used to limit sprout growth during long-term storage of seed tubers for the subsequent season (Mølmann and Johansen, 2019). Therefore, the quantification of microtuber dormancy is necessary for potato production.…”
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“…It is known that dark-grown microgreens have a characteristic pale phenotype with excessive shoot elongation compared to microgreens growing in normal light conditions. Therefore, more cellulose content could be found in such etiolated shoots [52]. In our study, a decline of cellulose content in microgreens, 48 h after exposure to light, could be due to the reprogramming of metabolic pathways and redirection of developmental processes in pathways that are light-dependent, such as photosynthesis and sugar synthesis, [53] as well as general plant elongation rather than cellulose synthesis.…”
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“…Yoon et al [ 45 ] reported that several potato cultivars grown under high light intensity (140 nmol m −2 s −1 ) prior to cryopreservation resulted in significantly higher post -cryopreservation recovery. Edesi et al [ 119 ] showed that blue light promoted growth potential, photomorphogenesis, and subsequent survival after cryopreservation of potato clones, while Mølmann et al [ 120 ] showed that the red light produced strong inhibition of sprout elongation even at low irradiances 10–100 nmol m −2 s −1 in the same species. Nonetheless, the effect of modified light conditions on cryopreservation efficiency is still not well studied.…”
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