2 edition of Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali found in the catalog.
|Statement||by G.W. Shaw|
|Series||Bulletin -- no. 169, Bulletin (California Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 169.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
Sugar beet and its physical characteristics About sugar beet Beets belong to the Beta vulgaris species, as do the three cultivated forms of beet: red table beet fodder beet, used mainly as animal feed sugar beet (white flesh beet) Sugar beet has a conical, white, fleshy root and a flat crown. Sugar . The latter observation, in combination with the modified sugar levels, points to a superior function of Glc and Suc for frost tolerance. 35S Pro: SWEET16 plants exhibited increased growth efficiency when cultivated on soil and showed improved nitrogen use efficiency when nitrate was sufficiently available, while under conditions of limiting.
The Effects Of Maleic Hydrazide And 2,4-d On Sugar Beet Growth And Sugar Content In Certain Field Experiments D. Ririe, D. S. Mikkelsen, R. S. Baskett DOI: /ASSBT Experiment station work, IX: sugar beets on alkali soils, the date palm in the United States, planting and replanting corn, the codling moth, improvement of sorghum, Jerusalem artichokes for pigs, improved culture of potatoes, feeding calves, second-crop potatoes for seed, pasteurization in butter making, gassy and tainted curds, forcing head lettuce, pure culture in cheese making.
A technique for evaluating the salt tolerance of a large number of sugarbeet lines was sought. Requirements for the technique were: (1) Field conditions should be simulated, (2) the results should be uniform and reprod ucible, and (3) it should permit selection and removal of seedlings for propagation. Sand culture was preferred to water culture. Sulfur deficiency of sugar beets (Beta Vulgaris L.) was first reported in by Tolman and Stoker (10) in beets grown for seed in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. The symptoms were described as retarded growth, yellow color, breakdown of leaf tissue, lack of flowering, and increased susceptibility to disease. Since then sulfur deficiency of this crop has been reported in California (11) and.
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Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali / Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (California Agricultural Experiment Station) ; By.
Shaw, George Wright, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali. Berkeley, Cal.: Agricultural Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: George Wright Shaw.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali by Shaw, George Wright, Publication date Pages: Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali / By George Wright Shaw Topics: Alkali lands, Effect of salt on, Plants, Sugar beetAuthor: George Wright Shaw.
Field observations upon the tolerance of the sugar beet for alkali / By George Wright Shaw. Abstract. B16 Topics: Alkali lands, Sugar beet. Publisher: Berkeley, Cal.:Agricultural Experiment Station, OAI identifier: oai:biodiversitylibrary Author: George Wright Shaw. A sugar beet is a plant whose root contains a high concentration of sucrose and which is grown commercially for sugar production.
In plant breeding it is known as the Altissima cultivar group of the common beet (Beta vulgaris). Together with other beet cultivars, such as beetroot and chard, it belongs to the subspecies Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris. Its closest wild relative is the sea beet.
Sugar beet is classiﬁed Beta vulgaris L. ssp. vulgaris sugar beet group (Lange et al., ). The second ssp. is Beta maritima (L.) Arcang., classiﬁed by Linnaeus (). Numerous studies have demonstrated the potential of sugar beet to lose the final sugar yield under water limiting regime. Ample evidences have revealed the important role of mineral nutrition in increasing plant tolerance to abiotic stresses.
Despite the vital role of calcium (Ca2+) in plant growth and development, as well as in stress responses as an intracellular messenger, its role in. 1. Introduction. Sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) have been bred for over a century for increased sucrose yield and purity, and now account for almost 30% of world, and more than 50% of US, sugar production (USDA-ERS, ).Sugar beets are well-suited for growth in cooler climates unsuited to sugar cane and can store 15%–20% of their root mass as sucrose with average biomass yields.
Sugar beet yield declines with an increase in salinity, but the sensitivity to salts varies with salt composition in water and sugar beet growth stage. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of water salinity levels and salt composition on germination and seedling root length of four sugar beet cultivars (PP22, IC2, PP36, and ).
The salt tolerance of vegetable species is important because the cash value of vegetables is usually high compared to field crops. In this review some general information is presented on how salinity affects plant growth and development and how different measurements of salinity in solution cultures, sand cultures, and field studies can be.
This is the first book to be published for several years which describes the current state of sugar technology. It presents the recent developments in beet and cane sugar manufacturing; describes the chemistry of sugar processing and products; and considers trends and future possibilities in sugar production systems and products.
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Ober ES, Le Bloa M, Clark CJA, Royal A, Jaggard KW, Pidgeon JD () Evaluation of physioloical traits as indirect selection criteria for drought tolerance in sugar beet.
Field Crop Res – CrossRef Google Scholar. Contrary to popular belief, sugar beet in a temperate climate can in fact yield more sugar per hectare than sugar cane in the tropics, because of its shorter growth season. Nitrogen fertiliser inputs for the two are comparable.
Cane sugar production costs are substantially cheaper than beet sugar, but higher yield in the field is not the reason. Division for classifying crop tolerance to salinity The data in Table A apply to soils where chloride is the predominant anion.
Because of the dissolution of CaSO 4 when preparing saturated-soil extracts, the EC e of gypsiferous (non-sodic, low Mg 2+) soils will be dS/m higher than that of non-gypsiferous soils having the same soil. Following are some of the sugar terms used in this book: Granulated-reﬁned (GR) sugar instead of all other names for table sugar (sugar and sucrose are also used interchangeably) Beet-end for beet washing through juice evaporation instead of raw side or raw end Sugar-end for the crystallization section of the factory instead of boiling house.
Result of Field Tests with Triploid Sugar Beets in Dewey Stewart J. Gaskill Population and Distribution of Sugar Beets and Table Beets as Related to Seed Pro duction R. Pendleton The Dispersion of Pollen in Sugar Beet Seed Plots Deivey Stewart S.
Campbell Polyploid Sugar Beets — Cytological Study. The sugar beet: including a history of the beet sugar industry in Europe, varieties of the sugar beet, examination, soils, tillage, seeds and sowing, yield and cost of cultivation, harvesting, transportation, conservation, feeding qualities of the beet and of the pulp, etc.
ticular saccharinic acids formed depend upon the strength of alkali (see also Upson (28)). Based on structural theory, on the sugars formed in weak alkali Sugar Activation by Alkali.
I I ii -CHOH-C-C-H I which rearranges to 73 view of the recent observations by Bernhauer and Gijrlich of the.The Marggraf's student Franz Achard, completed the work and developed an economic extraction method for sugar from sugar beet.
He also was the first to isolate glucose from raisins in Marggraf had isolated zinc in by heating a mixture of calamine and carbon in a closed vessel without copper.Cell suspension cultures of sugar beet were grown at various salinities ( millimolar NaCl).
Their tolerance to Na+ was comparable to that of the intact plant. Tonoplast vesicles were prepared by sucrose density gradient centrifugation of microsomal membranes and shown to be highly purified.
The vesicles were subjected to a pH jump in the presence of acridine orange and the rate of.