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Internodal soluble invertase isoenzymes in relation to sucrose storage and maturity behaviour in sugarcane cultivars

Internodal soluble invertase isoenzymes in relation to sucrose storage and maturity behaviour in sugarcane cultivars

Sugar Tech 9(1): 43-50

Changes in activities of internodal soluble invertases ( beta -fructofuranosidase) in relation to sucrose storage in the sugarcane cultivars Co 89003 (early maturing) and Col 148 (late maturing) were studied at different physiological stages of cane development. The higher rate of decline in the activity of soluble acid invertase with ageing of the cane coupled with rapid rise in sucrose/reducing sugars ratio indicated better sink strength and higher sucrose storage in Co 89003.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02956912

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