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Sugar accumulation cycle in sugar cane. II. Relationship of invertase activity to sugar content and growth rate in storage tissue of plants grown in controlled environments



Sugar accumulation cycle in sugar cane. II. Relationship of invertase activity to sugar content and growth rate in storage tissue of plants grown in controlled environments



Plant Physiol 38: 344-8. bibl. 5



Results are discussed in relation to the concept that the invertases contribute to the partitioning of the available carbohydrate from photosynthesis between sugar storage and growth. -Colon. Sugar Refin. Co. Ltd, Indooroopilly, Qd.

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