Temperature Effect On Carbon Partitioning In Two Commercial Cultivars Of Sugarcane

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Environmental and genetic manipulation of carbon partitioning

Sugarcane is harvested over a many months Large latitude range of production of commercial sugarcane Altered climate Temp CO 2 H 2 0 Understanding of carbon partitioning Difference between high and low sucrose content genotypes Applicable to soluble sugar and fibre utilization production systems? Time (months of the year)

Orange Rust Effects on Leaf Photosynthesis and Related

Sugarcane orange rust (Puccinia kuehnii (W. Krüger) E.J. Butler) has resulted in con-siderable economic loss in Australia (10,25). This disease was reported in Florida for the first time in 2007 (14). Orange rust has since caused substantial sugarcane yield loss in Florida (33), be-cause several of the widely planted commercial cultivars are sus-

Ethylene-induced transcriptional and hormonal responses at

Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) is a monocot adapted to tropical and subtropical conditions with an uncommon abil- ity to store sugars in the culm, where sucrose content may reach 62% of the dry matter 1

Journal of Agrometerology 21 (3) Title Page

SUCA Sucrose partitioning parameter: Maximum sucrose contents in the base of stalk (t/t) 0.62 0.55 TBFT Sucrose partitioning: Temperature at which partitioning of unstressed stalk mass increments to sucrose is 50% of the maximum value 26 27 Tthalfo Thermal time to half canopy (oCd) 250 250

Study on Morpho-Physiological Characters in Different Clones

Jun 11, 2017 Sugarcane in an important commercial crop as it has high economic value. Information plant height, leaf number, intermodal length and hence dry matter production. dry matter production were not Introduction Sugarcane, an industrial crop was grown in an area of 50.32 l ha with a cane production of 356.56 Mt and a productivity of 70.86 t ha-1 in

PPS Keyword List: Keywords related to carbon from PPS vol. 1 - 20

Two Different Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Cultivars Takai T, et al. 2006 10.1626/pps.9.271 Carbon partitioning (1) Characterization of a Maize Sucrose-phosphate Synthase Protein and Its Effect on Carbon Partitioning in Transgenic Rice Plants Ono K, et al. 1999 10.1626/pps.2.172 Carbon source (1) Effects of Various Carbon Sources and Their

Poster displays - 2017.tropagconference.org

1.56 Genetic gain for pre-harvest sprouting tolerance amongst commercial, white-grained wheat Allan Rattey, Dow Seeds, Australia 1.57 Opportunities for rainfed tropical rice in Australia Charissa Rixon, Central Queensland University, Australia 1.58 Sugarcane yellow canopy syndrome: 13C labelling, carbon partitioning, turnover and sink strength

Poster Abstracts

The two prime factors determining fruit quality are the acid and sugar content. We aim to manipulate the organic acid and soluble carbohydrate content of fruit through the heterologous expression of ß-fructosidase (invertase) or pyrophosphate: D-fructose-6-phosphate 1-phosphotransferase (PFP). Invertases