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Chlorophyll content monitoring in sugar maple (Acer saccharum)

Domestication to Crop Improvement: Genetic Resources for Sorghum and Saccharum (Andropogoneae)

Genetic Diversity and Relationships in Native Hawaiian Saccharum officinarum Sugarcane

Variations of the mechanical properties of Acer saccharum roots

Chilling and frost tolerance in Miscanthus and Saccharum genotypes bred for cool temperate climates

Relationship between leaf optical properties, chlorophyll fluorescence and pigment changes in senescing Acer saccharum leaves

Differences between Acer saccharum Leaves from Open and Wind-Protected Sites

Structural differences and functional similarities between two sugar maple (Acer saccharum) stands

Leaf nutrition and photosynthetic performance of sugar maple (Acer saccharum) in stands with contrasting health conditions

Leaf-level acclimation to gap creation in mature Acer saccharum trees

Do Interspecific Differences in Sapling Growth Traits Contribute to the Co-dominance of Acer saccharum and Fagus grandifolia?

Anoplophora glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Fecundity and Longevity Under Laboratory Conditions: Comparison of Populations from New York and Illinois on Acer saccharum

A Comparative Life-Table Analysis of Sipha flava (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on Two Biofuel Hosts, Miscanthus × giganteus and Saccharum spp

Nitrogen stress reduces the efficiency of the C4CO2 concentrating system, and therefore quantum yield, in Saccharum (sugarcane) species

Complete Nucleotide Sequence of the Sugarcane (Saccharum Officinarum) Chloroplast Genome: A Comparative Analysis of Four Monocot Chloroplast Genomes

Dormancy and proliferation in Saccharum officinarum×S. spontaneum hybrids which differ in the number of the introgressed S. spontaneum chromosomes


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(family Poaceae)

A genus of large, robust, perennial grasses; sugar cane is S. officinarum, the only world crop originating from New Guinea. The stem is solid, containing sugar in the soft tissues. There are about 30 species, occurring in the Old World, from the tropics to warm temperate regions.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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