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Nathan Phillips, Andrew Reynolds, and Frederick Di Profio

amounts of soluble sugars appear during winter depending on temperature ( Zapata et al., 2004 ). Soluble sugars consist primarily of sucrose, glucose, and fructose; however, oligosaccharides raffinose and stachyose are also present in winter ( Jones et al

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Guang-Lian Liao, Xiao-Biao Xu, Qing Liu, Min Zhong, Chun-Hui Huang, Dong-Feng Jia, and Xue-Yan Qu

of the chromameter was D65). The concentrations of soluble sugars, titratable acids, pigment, and ascorbic acid concentrations were measured after the fruit pulp was ground in liquid nitrogen ( Liao et al., 2019b ). Data analysis The experimental data

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He Lisi, Su Jiale, Liu Xiaoqing, Li Chang, and Chen Shangping

development by analyzing the expression of their transcripts, enzyme activity, and soluble sugar content. Materials and Methods Materials. Plants were grown in a greenhouse at the Horticultural Institute in Jiangsu Province, China. Rhododendron hybrid

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Seong-Tae Choi, Doo-Sang Park, Seong-Mo Kang, and Seong-Koo Kang

; Park et al., 2003 ). The reserve N compounds are present as amino acids and proteins and the reserve carbohydrates as soluble sugars and starch ( Cheng et al., 2004 ; Oliveira and Priestley, 1988 ; Titus and Kang, 1982 ). A negative relationship

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Hong-jia Xu, Masafumi Johkan, Toru Maruo, Natsuko Kagawa, and Satoru Tsukagoshi

chlorophyll fluorescence could partially explain how K and Na affect the physiological response of low-K lettuce. Soluble sugars are the primary metabolites of photosynthesis. They play an important role in osmotic regulation with K and amino acids ( Shabala

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Sameh Sassi-Aydi, Samir Aydi, and Chedly Abdelly

temperature for 72 h, then assayed by flame-emission photometry (Corning Flame Photometer, Model M410; Sherwood Scientific Ltd., Cambridge, U.K.). Total soluble sugars determination. Total soluble sugars were quantified using the anthrone method. Samples of 20

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X. Liu, P. Robinson, M.L. Arpaia, and G.W. Witney

Monthly samples were taken from 9-year-old `Hass' avocado trees on Duke 7 rootstock grown at the UC Southcoast Research and Extension Center in Irvine, Calif. Changes in starch and total soluble sugars were monitored from fine and coarse roots, trunk (above the bud union), small diameter stems, leaves, and fruit. When possible, seasonal carbohydrate changes were compared to root and shoot flushing patterns. In all of the vegetative plant organs monitored, total soluble sugars accounted for most of the carbohydrate. Starch accounted for ≈10% of the sample dry weight, whereas the total soluble sugars accounted for ≈18%. D-mannoheptulose and perseitol, both C7 sugars, were the predominant soluble sugars throughout the year. Fructose, glucose, and sucrose accounted for <5% of the total soluble sugars. During fruit development, soluble sugar content of the exo- and mesocarp tissues >25% of the dry weight. The significance of these findings will be discussed in relationship to tree phenology and carbohydrate partitioning.

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Jibiao Fan, Jing Ren, Weixi Zhu, Erick Amombo, Jinmin Fu, and Liang Chen

bermudagrass. Thus, the objective of this study was to investigate the physiological and molecular alteration in wild bermudagrass under cold stress, particularly the changes of transpiration rate, soluble sugar content, enzyme activities, and expression of

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Junhuo Cai, Junjun Fan, Xuying Wei, and Lu Zhang

addition, we selected at random three L. radiata plants per plot every 30 d, extracted the bulbs, and measured soluble sugar content, soluble protein content, root activity, SOD activity, and POD activity in each bulb. Root activity was determined using

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Yajun Chen, Jingjin Yu, and Bingru Huang

) Soluble sugar content of leaves was measured at 5, 10, and 15 d of drought stress using the spectrophotometric method described by Pei et al. (2010) with modifications. Briefly, 0.2 g fresh leaves were boiled in 10 mL distilled water for 30 min. The