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Sucrose accumulation rate, carbon partitioning and expression of key enzyme activities in sugarcane stem tissue

Sucrose accumulation rate, carbon partitioning and expression of key enzyme activities in sugarcane stem tissue

Sugar 2000 Symposium: Sugarcane: research towards efficient and sustainable production: 98-101

There was a gradient of total sugar down the stalks of field-grown sugarcane, with the younger top internodes containing the lowest levels. The increase in total sugar to more than 50% of the dry matter was at the expense of the water insoluble fraction, and most importantly at the cost of the other water soluble components.

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