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Effect of enzyme activities on sucrose accumulation in different stages of sugarcane (Saccharum officinrum L.)



Effect of enzyme activities on sucrose accumulation in different stages of sugarcane (Saccharum officinrum L.)



Pakistan Sugar Journal 17(5): 2-9



Chemical indices and enzymes activities were studied in 5 (five) new sugarcane cultivars in Bangladesh. The chemical indices, brix % (20.80) and pol % (18.46) were highest in Isd-16 and lowest in Amrita (Brix % : 15.58; pol % : 13.44) whereas R.S. % (1.20) highest in Amrita in all maturity stages. Purity (90.63) and recovery % (11.2) were highest in Isd-16 in mature stage and lowest in Isd-30 (purity % : 84.20 in mature), Amrita (recovery % : 7.9 in premature).

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