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Sucrose accumulation in the sugarcane stem: pathways and control points for transport and compartmentation


Sucrose accumulation in the sugarcane stem: pathways and control points for transport and compartmentation



Field Crops Research 92(2/3): 159-168



ISSN/ISBN: 0378-4290

DOI: 10.1016/j.fcr.2005.01.027

The accumulation of high concentrations of sucrose in the stem of sugarcane has been the subject of many studies. Although models have been constructed from the available information, many steps in the transport and accumulation pathway remain unknown. Recent advances in molecular approaches may elucidate some of these processes. Genes encoding proteins associated with sugar synthesis and storage will provide valuable tools.

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