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Potato tubers (Solanum tuberosum L.) are usually stored at low temperature, which can suppress sprouting and control the occurrence of diseases. However, low temperatures lead potatoes to easily suffer from cold-induced sweetening (CIS), which has a negative effect on food processing. The aim of this research was to investigate potential treatments on controlling CIS in potatoes during postharvest storage. "Atlantic" potatoes were treated with gibberellin and (S)-carvone, respectively, anddoi:10.3390/molecules23123118 fatcat:pjepwjscdjc5rcjv6d4benupdi