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Post-harvest deterioration of sugarcane
  • S. Solomon
  • Environmental Science
  • Sugar Tech
  • 24 July 2009
Sugarcane is a perishable commodity and must be processed into sugar quickly after it is harvested. Post harvest sucrose losses have been reported from many cane producing countries and linked withExpand
Impact of excess zinc on growth parameters, cell division, nutrient accumulation, photosynthetic pigments and oxidative stress of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.)
The present study employed a sand culture experiment with three levels of zinc viz., 0.065 (control), 65.0 and 130 mg l−1 Zn (excess) as zinc sulfate, respectively, in sugarcane (Saccharum spp.),Expand
Functional analysis of sucrose phosphate synthase (SPS) and sucrose synthase (SS) in sugarcane (Saccharum) cultivars.
Sucrose phosphate synthase (SPS; EC 2.4.1.14) and sucrose synthase (SS; EC 2.4.1.13) are key enzymes in the synthesis and breakdown of sucrose in sugarcane. The activities of internodal SPS and SS,Expand
Sugarcane Agriculture and Sugar Industry in India: At a Glance
The Indian sugar industry plays a leading role in global sugar market, it being the world’s second largest producer after Brazil producing nearly 15 and 25 % of global sugar and sugarcane,Expand
Sugarcane bud chips: A promising seed material
Sugarcane is normally propagated by stalk cuttings consisting of 2 to 3 bud sett. In conventional system, about 6–8 tons seed cane /ha is used as planting material. Establishing the sugarcane cropExpand
The Indian Sugar Industry: An Overview
Sugar industry is the second largest agro-based industry in India and contributes significantly to the socio-economic development of rural population. It supports 50 million farmers and theirExpand
Sugarcane Production and Development of Sugar Industry in India
The Indian sugar industry, second largest in the world, is a key driver of rural development, supporting India’s economic growth. The industry is inherently inclusive supporting over 6 millionExpand
Ethephon : A versatile growth regulator for sugar cane industry
In many sugarcane growing areas of the world, sugar productivityper se is low due to physio-biochemical constraints and adverse climatic conditions during growth and ripening. The cane growth andExpand
Post-Harvest cane deterioration and its milling consequences
  • S. Solomon
  • Environmental Science
  • Sugar Tech
  • 1 June 2000
Sugarcane, used as raw material for the manufacture of white sugar is one of the highly perishable commodity. The loss of commercial product-Sucrose, after harvest takes place immediately which tendsExpand
Effect of ethephon and calcium chloride on growth and biochemical attributes of sugarcane bud chips
The present study was aimed at improving sprouting and establishment of bud chip seed stocks of sugarcane cultivar CoSe 92423 by pre-planting soaking in growth-promoting chemicals viz ethephon (0.1 gExpand
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