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In vitro sucrose uptake by internodal slices of sugarcane genotypes varying in maturity and sucrose accumulation potential



In vitro sucrose uptake by internodal slices of sugarcane genotypes varying in maturity and sucrose accumulation potential



Proceedings of the 65th Annual Convention of the Sugar Technologists' Association of India, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, India, 22-24 August, 2003: A97-A109



A laboratory experiment was conducted to study the in vitro sucrose uptake by internodal slices of Saccharum spontaneum x S. officinarum hybrids CoJ 64 (early-maturing) and Co 1148 (late-maturing). The treatments comprised 60-600 mM sucrose concentration in the bathing medium. The in vitro sucrose uptake by the internodal slices of CoJ 64 was higher than that of Co 1148, irrespective of maturity.

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