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Sucrose uptake and accumulation by internode tissue of high and low sugar cultivars of sugarcane from exogenously supplied sucrose medium



Sucrose uptake and accumulation by internode tissue of high and low sugar cultivars of sugarcane from exogenously supplied sucrose medium



Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 5(3): 223-227



The overall sucrose uptake potential of sugarcane hybrid (Saccharum spontaneum x S. officinarum) cultivars CoJ64 (high sugar and early maturing) and Co1148 (low sugar and late maturing) from an exogenously supplied sucrose medium was estimated. In the first experiment, third internode tissue of both cultivars was incubated in 100 mM sucrose solution for 3 h at 30+or-2 degrees C.

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