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Cycles of sugar transport and sucrose metabolism in sugarcane tissue: quantitative determination



Cycles of sugar transport and sucrose metabolism in sugarcane tissue: quantitative determination



Sugar 2000 Symposium: Sugarcane: research towards efficient and sustainable production: 92-94



Experiments were performed on tissue slices of internodes of different developmental states from field-grown sugarcane plants. Slices were incubated with labelled sugars of different kinds and concentration, and the uptake and synthesis of sucrose, and the label distribution into sucrose were determined. There was a rapid cycle of sugar uptake and release through the plasmalemma, which was always faster than the rate of sucrose synthesis.

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