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Sugarcane: Physiological Basis of Sugar Recovery

Ashok K. Shrivastava (Author) S. Solomon (Author)

Sugarcane accumulates sugar-sucrose in the stalk and after attaining peak-ripening it could be either extracted commercially by the sugar mills or even made into artisan sugars like jaggery, panela, khandsari etc. The present compendium, Sugarcane: Physiological Basis of Sugar Recovery authored by two experienced sugarcane scientists Dr. Ashok Kumar Shrivastava and Dr. S. Solomon of the Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow (India) comprehensively reviews physiological aspects of sugar recovery from sugarcane.

The book is dedicated to our readers, planners, researchers and all those who are interested in sugarcane and integrated industry. It is opinioned that the information presented in this compendium will be fruitfully utilized for improving sugar productivity and making sugarcane agriculture a profitable venture in times to come.

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About the author

Ashok K. Shrivastava

Dr. Ashok K. Shrivastav An alumni of the Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalya, Hardwar and the Indian Agricultural Rersearch Institute, new Delhi, Dr. Ashok K. Shrivastavs is Principal Scientist & Head, Division of Pant Physiology & Biotecheistry, Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow. His research interests include production physiology, stress physiology, ripening, mineral nutrition and ratoon management in sugarcane. He owes more than 90 research/review papers in National and International Scientific Journals/books and 9 books/technical bulletins to his credit. Dr. Shrivastav is recipient of the Association for the Advance of Agricultural Science Medal (Junior) for the year 1989 and the Third Prize in the All India Essay Competition on World Food Summit organised by the Indian Institute of Public Administration on behalf of the Ministry of Food, Government of India, in 1996. He has been the Vice President of the Indian Society for Plant Physiology for the year 2004. He is Editor of the Indian Journal of Sugarcane Technology published by the Association of Sugarcane Technologies of India, Luckow. He was deputed as an Exert on Sugarcane Production to Lao Peoples’ Democratic republic in 1999.

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Title Sugarcane: Physiological Basis of Sugar Recovery
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2009
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8181892674
length x+400p., 8 Colour Plates