International Journal of Agronomy / 2020 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Glucose Required for Tissue Formation and Its Effects on Cane Yield, Recoverable Sugar, and Sugar Yield

Table 3

Carbon dioxide released during the leaf and stem tissue formations on the fast-growing and maturing phases.

VarietyCO2 during leaf tissue formation (kg.kg−1)CO2 during stem tissue formation (kg.kg−1)
Fast growthMaturingAverageFast growthMaturingAverage

PS-8810,989 c0,903 e0,946 R0,966 a0,952 b0,959 P
JR-010,994 c0,904 e0,949 R0,924 d0,930 d0,927 S
Kenthung1,010 b0,915 d0,962 Q0,947 bc0,940 c0,944 Q
Bululawang1,040 a0,920 d0,980 P0,948 b0,927 d0,938 R

Average1,008 X0,910 Y0,946 X0,937 Y

The numbers accompanied by the same lowercase letters and the numbers accompanied by the same uppercase letters in the same column or row mean that they are not significantly different in Duncan’s multiple range test levels of 5%.

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