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Metabolism of sucrose in cut roses. III. Absorption of sugars by petal discs

Metabolism of sucrose in cut roses. III. Absorption of sugars by petal discs

Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 102(5): 541-542

ISSN/ISBN: 0003-1062

Labelling patterns of absorbed 14C sugars in petal discs of the rose Forever Yours revealed that most of the sucrose was absorbed undegraded, indicating that inversion was not a prerequisite for absorption of sucrose by petal tissue.

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