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Responses to water stress of enzyme activities and metabolite levels in relation to sucrose and starch synthesis, the Calvin cycle and the C4 pathway in sugarcane (Saccharum sp.) leaves



Responses to water stress of enzyme activities and metabolite levels in relation to sucrose and starch synthesis, the Calvin cycle and the C4 pathway in sugarcane (Saccharum sp.) leaves



Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 25(2): 253-260



During a slowly induced water stress, almost all measured activities of enzymes, including the important enzymes associated with the Calvin cycle, the C4 pathway, and sucrose and starch synthesis, and the pool sizes of metabolites, including hexose phosphates, 3-phosphoglycerate, triose phosphates, malate, pyruvate and PEP, in leaves of sugarcane (Saccharum sp.

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