The callus of Siberia, Sorbonne and Starfight of Oriental Lily hybrids were subjected respectively to MS with cane sugar at 30 g/L,60 g/L and 90 g/L, BA 0.6 mg/L,BA 0.6 mg/L+KT 2 mg/L and BA 0.6 mg/L+KT 2 mg/L+NAA 0.05 mg/L of hormone combinations to research the differentiation of daughter bulbs.
The result showed that MS+cane sugar at 30 g/L+BA at 0.6 mg/L+KT at 2.0mg/L+NAA at 0.05 mg/L was the excellent combination of differentiating daughter bulbs on the callus of Siberia and Starfight,and MS+cane sugar at 30 g/L+BA at 0.6mg/L on the callus of Sorbonne.
Optimal concentration of the three components was obtained according to ridge analysis,which were 3.23 % saccharose,1.05 % tryptone,0.08 % KH2PO4.And polysaccharide content in liquid fermentation medium was 1.975×10-2 g/mL.
The results indicated:1. The optimal formula for the mycelia's growth of Lentinus edodes among 5 liquid mediums was B: potato 200g, saccharose 20g, corn flour 15g, rice bran 15g, KH2PO4 3g, MgSO4 0.5g, pH natural.
AM inoculation also promoted the active and total absorption area of root system and absorption of phosphorus from the rhizosphere, enhanced the content of soluble sugar in leaves and roots, and reduced proline content in leaves.
Relative water content (RWC), chlorophyll, soluble sugar and starch content of EI and EF populations under normal and drought stress conditions were compared to investigate the effect of endophyte infection on the host plant.
Phenol, phenol/amino acid ration, dissolved sugar, and total organic acid were also lower in intercropping.
Saline stress dramatically increased soluble sugar concentration of the three species.
Differences in sugar accumulation were determined among the species at different transects.
The optimal medium for bioflocculant production by this bacterial strain was composed of cane sugar 20gL-1 KH2PO4 2g L-1, K2HPO45gL-1, (NH4)2SO4 0.2gL-1, urea 0.5 gL-1 and yeast extract 0.5 gL-1, the initial pH being 5.5.
An epidemiological and pathological study of Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus infection in a total of 50 wild boars Sus scrofa attila from cane sugar fields of Iranian Khuzestan was performed.
scrofa population inhabiting cane sugar fields, only lowly infected boars being able to survive.
hirudinaceus may be useful, as the wild boar is a serious pest of field corps and, moreover, causes a variety of damage to cane sugar fields because of using them for shelter and nesting areas.
Such high prevalence in wild boars and presumably high contamination of cane sugar fields represent a human infection risk for farmers, as well as for concrete ethnic group minorities in Iran.
Chromatographic determination of free sugars revealed the presence of saccharose, glucose, and fructose in the culture medium.
Regularities of an influence of concentration of a substance (saccharose, isopropanol) dissolved in water on the amount n of water bound by starch and determined by a conventional chemical tracer technique were studied.
Concentration and temperature of eutectic points in glucose-water and saccharose-water systems, determined by the method of frac
Method based on fractional melting of ice was used to determine the concentration and temperature of eutectic points in aqueous systems with glucose and saccharose.
Based on literature data, the adsorption parameters are assessed for tetraethylammonium, tetrapropylammonium, and tetrabutylammonium cations and for saccharose molecules for their adsorption from aqueous solutions on the uncharged mercury surface.