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From: Keeping the rhythm: light/dark cycles during postharvest storage preserve the tissue integrity and nutritional content of leafy plants

Figure 3

Electrolyte leakage from kale, cabbage, lettuce, and spinach leaf disks was affected by light exposure during storage. Electrolytes released from leaves of kale (A), cabbage (B), lettuce (C) or spinach (D & E) were measured after storage under cycles of 12-hour light/12-hour darkness (LD, half-filled circles), constant light (LL, open squares), or constant darkness (DD, filled squares) at 22°C or under constant darkness at 4°C (4CDD, filled diamonds). Mean ± SE; n = 4. Asterisks indicate significant differences (p < 0.05, ANOVA Test with Bonferroni Post Hoc analysis) between data derived from leaf disks stored under light/dark cycles (22°C) and that derived from leaf disks stored under other conditions at each time point. Statistical analyses of differences over time for each plant type are shown in Additional file 1: Figure S5.

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