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Table 3 The cold stress response of rice seedlings

From: Biochemical responses of rice roots to cold stress

GenotypeTemperature (°C)RootShoot
Protein content (mg/gFW)Protein content (mg/g FW)Chlorophyll content (mg/g FW)
TT3027 → 27
15 → 27
#6.36e
11.16bcd
11.1cdef
5.9h
0.82bcd
0.69d
TN1127 → 27
15 → 27
5.98e
10.45cd
10.8def
7.9g
1.00ab
0.85bcd
TNG7127 → 27
15 → 27
6.86e
10.56cd
11.8bcde
10.3ef
0.97ab
0.93abc
TK927 → 27
15 → 27
7.52e
11.69abc
13.0b
10.5ef
1.09a
0.88bcd
KH13927 → 27
15 → 27
6.34e
10.62cd
12.3bcd
8.0g
0.82bcd
0.73cd
TK1627 → 27
15 → 27
6.92e
12.46ab
11.3bcde
7.6gh
0.95ab
1.10a
TK1427 → 27
15 → 27
9.71d
12.92a
15.4a
12.9bc
0.82bcd
0.91abc
TCS1027 → 27
15 → 27
6.73e
11.65abc
11.7bcde
9.4fg
0.49e
0.48e
$ANOVA test
 Genotype ******
 Temperature ****ns
 G × T nsnsns
  1. The temperature was set at 15 °C for cold treatment and 27 °C for control. After 4 days of treatment, the temperature was adjusted to 27 °C for 3 days before harvesting
  2. ns non-significant
  3. #Different letters represent the significant difference with LSD tests among cultivars or treatments (p < 0.05)
  4. $G × T: effect of genotype and temperature interaction; *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01