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Masafumi Johkan, Genjirou Mori, Kazuhiko Mitsukuri, Keiichirou Mishiba, Toshinobu Morikawa, and Masayuki Oda

.A. Hamilton, R.I. 1997 Antioxidant enzyme and compound responses to chilling stress and their combining abilities in differentially sensitive maize hybrids Crop Sci. 37 857 863 Hudgins, J.W. Franceschi, V.R. 2004

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Lakshmy Gopinath, Justin Quetone Moss, and Yanqi Wu

( NTEP, 2014 ). ‘Tahoma 31’ has also shown quick post-dormancy regrowth after exposure to prolonged chilling stress [8/2 °C (day/night)] under a controlled environment, indicating its superior recovery potential when subjected to low temperatures

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Rachel S. Leisso, Ines Hanrahan, James P. Mattheis, and David R. Rudell

tissue in fruit affected by disorders). In the comparison of the metabolic profiles of fruit that remained entirely disorder-free (H), treatments expected to have greater acclimation and less chilling stress (T1 and T2) or lower CO 2 levels (T2, T3, and

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Aditi Satpute, Bryce Meyering, and Ute Albrecht

Cameron, 1997 ), and use of chilling-tolerant cultivars ( López-Blancas et al., 2014 ). Chilling stress induces various cellular, physiological, and physical changes in plants that include changes in antioxidant levels, hormonal concentrations

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Zhengke Zhang, Zhaoyin Gao, Min Li, Meijiao Hu, Hui Gao, Dongping Yang, and Bo Yang

after chilling stress irrespective of the treatments. HWT strongly suppressed the development of CI over 5 d at 20 °C, during which the CI index of heated fruit averaged 77% lower than that of control fruit ( Fig. 1 ). Fig. 1. Chilling injury (CI) index

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Suping Zhou, Roger Sauve, and Fur-Chi Chen

(5 °C) and darkness (2 h) induced a 1.83-fold increase. Further exposure to chilling stress delayed the induction of the proteinase gene but increased the multitude. The expression level showed no obvious changes until 3 d, but fold changes increased

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Pedro Novillo, Alejandra Salvador, Pilar Navarro, and Cristina Besada

numerous reports that support the idea that chilling stress increases ROS production, including O 2 − , H 2 O 2 and OH − ( Sevillano et al., 2009 ), in the present study, after 30 d of cold storage a major H 2 O 2 accumulation was observed. This increase

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Mingjun Li, Xuesen Chen, Pingping Wang, and Fengwang Ma

levels in tomato fruit under chilling stress ( Stevens et al., 2008 ). MDHAR has also been implicated in the increment of DHA ( Bermudez et al., 2008 ) as a fruit metabolite locus in tomato. Our results lend further support to these observations; here

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Lili Zhuang, Mengxian Liu, Xiuyun Yuan, Zhimin Yang, and Bingru Huang

tolerance to salinity, drought, and chilling stress ( Aroca et al., 2005 ; Cui et al., 2008 ; Gao et al., 2010 ; Guo et al., 2006 ; Johanson et al., 2001 ; Mahdieh et al., 2008 ; Yu et al., 2006 ), whereas others reported decreases or no effects of

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Ali Akbar Ghasemi Soloklui, Ahmad Ershadi, and Esmaeil Fallahi

content did not really indicate high cold hardiness, because proline levels were still high after deacclimation in March. Proline concentration in higher plants is associated with serious abiotic stress such as chilling stress ( Taylor, 1996 ). Proline