saccharum officinarum

  • Comparative Analysis of SUS Gene Family between

    2019 5 30 One wild type Saccharum species SES208 S spontaneum Ss 2n = 8 = 64 and one cultivated species LA purple S officinarum So 2n = 8 = 80 were used in this study Seedling sugarcane plants were grown in plastic pots under greenhouse conditions and standard growth conditions 14 h light 30 C/10 h darkness 22 C under humid

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  • PDF Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of

    2020 12 18 Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar transporters in Saccharum S spontaneum and S officinarum

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  • Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum

    2021 4 27 SugarcaneSaccharum officinarum Fig 1 Sugarcane and bowl of refined sugar Fig 2 Leaves Fig 3 Sugarcane flowers which produce seeds Because seeds from a single sugarcane flower differ genetically pieces of sugarcane stalk are planted rather than seeds to produce new plants that are genetically identical to the parent plant.

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  • Allele defined genome of the autopolyploid sugarcane

    2018 10 8 Modern sugarcanes are polyploid interspecific hybrids combining high sugar content from Saccharum officinarum with hardiness disease resistance

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  • Saccharum Officinarum

    Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum plant with tassels Saccharum officinarum is a perennial plant which tillers at the base to produce several strong unbranched and jointed stems The stem is high in sucrose Sugarcane can grow up to 4 m or taller and to around 5 cm in diameter James 2004 .

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  • Characterization of full length transcriptome in Saccharum

    2021 5 22 Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum L is an important economic crop of the grass family.It is cultivated in the tropic and subtropic regions and represents the main source of world’s sucrose .Biofuel fiber fertilizer and several other byproducts are also derived from sugarcane production .It is estimated that more than 45 million farmers are involved in the sugarcane production

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  • Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum L

    Descriptions and taxonomic keys are given for about 350 accessions of native garden sugar cane collected in Melanesia the clones being divided into the New Guinea New Caledonian Hawaiian and miscellaneous noble groups As a background to these descriptions the handbook provides surveys of the problems of colloquial names for clones of S officinarum speciation in Saccharum and the relative

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  • Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum

    2021 4 27 SugarcaneSaccharum officinarum Fig 1 Sugarcane and bowl of refined sugar Fig 2 Leaves Fig 3 Sugarcane flowers which produce seeds Because seeds from a single sugarcane flower differ genetically pieces of sugarcane stalk are planted

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  • Saccharum Officinarum profile

    2020 11 23 Saccharum Officinarum growth habit Saccharum Officinarum is a temperature loving and light loving crop with annual cumulative temperature of 5500℃ 8500℃ frost free period of over 330 days annual air humidity of 60 bf annual precipitation of 800 1200mm and sunshine hours of over 1195 hours.Saccharum Officinarum has a wide range

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    1998 1 9 Saccharum officinarum L Poaceae Sugarcane Noblecane Source James A Duke 1983 Handbook of Energy Crops unpublished.

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  • PEPC

    PEPC Organism Saccharum officinarum Sugarcane Status UnreviewedAnnotation score Annotation score 2 out of 5 The annotation score provides a heuristic measure of the annotation content of a UniProtKB entry or proteome This score cannot be used as a measure of the accuracy of the annotation as we cannot define the correct annotation

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    Plant Name Scientific Name Saccharum officinarum Common Names Sugarcane Sugar Cane Ko Plant Characteristics Duration Perennial Growth Habit Graminoid Hawaii Native Status Cultivated This food plant and Polynesian canoe plant is native to the islands of the South Pacific and New Guinea.

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  • Saccharum officinarum L

    Saccharum infirmum Steud ex Lechler Saccharum luzonicum Cuzent Pancher Saccharum luzonicum Cuzent Pancher ex Drake Saccharum maddenii André Saccharum monandrum Rottb Saccharum obscurum Cuzent Pancher Saccharum obscurum Cuzent Pancher ex Drake Saccharum occidentale Sw Saccharum officinale Salisb Homonyms Saccharum officinarum L

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  • Chromosome behavior during meiosis in pollen mother

    2021 3 16 Saccharum officinarum 2n = 8x = 80 which belongs to Saccharum was the important source of sugar genes in cultivars Modern sugarcane cultivars are mainly derived from interspecific hybridization between sugarcane varieties or hybrids leading to an increasingly narrow genetic background 3 4 .

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    Ex Vitro Rooting of Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum L

    2017 6 26 Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum L is a monocotyledonous crop that is grown in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world and almost cultivated on over 23.8 million ha for its sucrose rich stalk 1 In Ethiopia it is cultivated commercially on around 96 000 ha with annual sugar production of 370 000 ton and is a solely raw material

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    2021 7 30 A major crop in the tropics where it is grown mainly for the sap in the stems which is used for making sugar alcohol for fuel etc The plant is also a major source of biomass and a useful wax It has been cultivated since ancient times 46 Title Dictionary of Economic Plants Publication.

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    2021 10 3 An Saccharum officinarum in uska species han Liliopsida nga ginhulagway ni Carl von Linné.An Saccharum officinarum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Saccharum ngan familia nga Poaceae Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista Mga kasarigan 2.0 2.1 Mga sumpay ha gawas

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    2019 3 19 Saccharum officinarum Share Common Names Sugarcane Synonyms No known synonyms Family Poaceae Conclusions by Zone Central North South Low Invasion Risk Passed using the Secondary Screening Species evaluated with the Predictive Tool Low Risk for invasion therefore Not considered a problem species at this time May be recommended by IFAS.

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  • Genome wide identification of leaf abscission associated

    2017 9 25 Sugarcane Saccharum officinarum L is an economically important crop mainly due to the production of sugar and biofuel Azevedo RA Carvalho RF Cia MC Gratão PL Trop Plant Biol 4 42 51 2011 Grown mainly in tropical and subtropical countries sugarcane is a highly polyploid plant with up to ten copies of each chromosome which increases the difficulties of genome assembly and

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  • Saccharum Officinarum

    2021 10 4 Saccharum Officinarum Date 1742 Owner John Carter Brown Library Brown University Source Type Images This variety of sugarcane a natural hybrid of Saccharum officinarum and S barberi was the only type of sugar grown in the New World until the late eighteenth century Enlightenment and was therefore just called Creole cane.

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  • Saccharum officinarum in Global Plants on JSTOR

    Filed as Saccharum officinarum L family POACEAE Manufacture of Sugar at Katipo oil on canvas Filed as Saccharum officinarum L family POACEAE Original material of Saccharum infirmum Steud ex Lechl family POACEAE Filed as Saccharum officinarum L family POACEAE Saccharum officinarum L

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  • Sugarcane Saccharum X officinarum A Reference Study

    2011 2 22 Saccharum officinarum generally contains fewer support roots than does S spontaneum Moore 1987a which could explain the increased vigor and resistance to environmental stresses characteristic of S spontaneum The stalk or culm consists of alternating nodes and internodes On the node there is a leaf scar an axillary bud and a

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  • File Saccharum officinarum Mozambique.jpg

    2011 5 1 English Flowering thick stemmed sugar cane Saccharum officinarum Zembe Manica province Mozambique Date 27 May 2010 10 41 Source Flickr sugar cane Author Ton Rulkens Permission Reusing this file This image which was originally posted to Flickr was uploaded to Commons using Flickr upload bot on 1 May 2011 14 57 by Bdk On that

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    2021 7 30 A major crop in the tropics where it is grown mainly for the sap in the stems which is used for making sugar alcohol for fuel etc The plant is also a major source of biomass and a useful wax It has been cultivated since ancient times 46 Title Dictionary of Economic Plants Publication.

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    Saccharum officinarum known as sugar cane is a large tufted perennial grass that is probably native to Southeast Asia It grows to 15 20’ tall in tropical/semi tropical areas but to 5

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  • Balancing selection contributed to domestication of

    2016 3 7 Transcriptome sequencing in Saccharum RNA seq analyses of three Saccharum species produced a total of 2.2B 100 nt reads comprised of 1.3B and 0.97B reads from leaf and stalk transcriptomes respectively For the leaf transcriptome 428.7 M 354.2 M and 506.9 M reads were generated from 15 S officinarum 15 S spontaneum and 15 S robustum accessions respectively

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  • Saccharum officinarum

    The Saccharum officinarum L 1753 is a perennial caespitose herbaceous species with robust rhizomes and straight or rising stems culms 3 to 6 m tall and with a diameter of 2 5 cm Their colour varies from the red to the purple or to the green with various intensity at

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  • PDF Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of

    2020 12 18 Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar transporters in Saccharum S spontaneum and S officinarum

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  • NAC23

    PS51005  NAC 1 hit This section displays by default the canonical protein sequence and upon request all isoforms described in the entry It also includes information pertinent to the sequence s including length and molecular weight The information is filed in different subsections.

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  • Saccharum officinarum sugarcane

    2019 11 19 S officinarum 1 habit 2 part of stem 3 inflorescence Reproduced from the series Plant Resources of South East Asia Vols 1 20 1989 2000 by kind permission of the PROSEA Foundation Bogor Indonesia Sugarcane S officinarum harvesting Sugarcane S officinarum harvesting.

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  • PDF Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of

    2020 12 18 Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar transporters in Saccharum S spontaneum and S officinarum

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  • Flow cytometric characterisation of the complex polyploid

    2019 12 18 Saccharum officinarum and modern hybrid cultivars have a basic chromosome number of 10 29 30 Given that there are four six peaks in the flow

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  • Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar

    2020 11 12 Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar transporters in Saccharum S spontaneum and S officinarum Qing Zhang Center for Genomics and Biotechnology Haixia Institute of Science and Technology Fujian Provincial Laboratory of Haixia Applied Plant Systems Biology College of Life Sciences Fujian Agriculture and Forestry

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  • Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar

    2020 11 12 Evolutionary expansion and functional divergence of sugar transporters in Saccharum S spontaneum and S officinarum Qing Zhang Center for Genomics and Biotechnology Haixia Institute of Science and Technology Fujian Provincial Laboratory of Haixia Applied Plant Systems Biology College of Life Sciences Fujian Agriculture and Forestry

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  • Saccharum officinarum juice alters reproductive functions

    Saccharum officinarum juice SOJ is a widely consumed energy rich nutritious substance that has many minerals and enzymes Saccharum officinarum plant was reported to have anti thrombosis anti inflammatory and immune stimulatory activities This study evaluated the reproductive effects of S officinarum juice in male Wistar rats.

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  • Balancing selection contributed to domestication of

    2016 3 7 Transcriptome sequencing in Saccharum RNA seq analyses of three Saccharum species produced a total of 2.2B 100 nt reads comprised of 1.3B and 0.97B reads from leaf and stalk transcriptomes respectively For the leaf transcriptome 428.7 M 354.2 M and 506.9 M reads were generated from 15 S officinarum 15 S spontaneum and 15 S robustum accessions respectively

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