Stevia rebaudiana, is an economically important medicinal plant act as sweetener substitute for diabetic and obese people.
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Climate modification causes a considerable influence on the production of several secondary metabolites of plants Climate modification causes a considerable influence on the production of several secondary metabolites of plants. In the present investigation, the effect of environmental factors on genetic divergence for three varieties of Stevia rebaudiana Spanti; China and Eg1 by using differential response for different climate modification black net, white net and plastic cover in comparing to without cover treatment control was studied.
Data indicated that the application of different modification treatments showed that the use of nets had significant effect on air and substrate temperature and light intensity as well as relative humidity. In the same context, vegetative growth traits and biochemical analyses for stevioside and rebaudioside content had significant effects according to climate modification treatments. Electrophoresis banding patterns of total protein and isozyme peroxidase were obtained to characterize genetic relationship for both different treatments and genotypes.
Based on the resolved soluble protein profiles it could be detected 11 and 13 polymorphic unique bands for different treatments and genotypes, respectively. Autor: Marco Polo, Tecsup. Comparative study between the both crops and their water consumption on the present sugar beet and sugarcane are the major sugar strategic crops.
This study includes a cropping pattern under the condition of the current limited water This study includes a cropping pattern under the condition of the current limited water supply. An average quantities of water applied and actual consumptive use for sugar beet were m 3 ofwater per feddan m 2 during the whole season when it is compared to sugarcane crop that consumes m 3 of water. Results showed that production of sugar from sugar beet is more efficient than production of sugar from sugarcane regarding the limited available land and water resources despite the decline in farm price and net revenue of the sugar beet crop compared to the sugarcane crop.
The sugar beet has high values of sugar yield and crop water use efficiency 6. The results indicated that from view point economic water consumption, the sugar beet recorded the highest values of net return of each water applied and consumptive use units 0. However, it could be concluded that it is necessary to increase of the supply of sugar needs by increase the production of its basic sources which are the sugar beets and sugarcane and this can be done by enhancing the irrigation water management of sugarcane and increasing the area of sugar beets, as well as increasing their productivity.
Expansion of the area of sugar beet, especially in the new lands, with preserving the sugarcane area at In addition, the productivity of feddan needs to be developed in both sugar cane and sugar beet, this can be achieved through farmers' adoption of modern technologies and modernization of manufacturing processes used in the production of sugar. On other hand, irrigation water saving can be used to increase the area of cereal crops to meet the shortage of food production.
Irrigation water is the vital element in the agriculture and the basis for agricultural expansion. Therefore, the problem of limited water resources and the low efficiency of irrigation due to limited water so water use efficiency in irrigation is still low, limiting the possibility of reclamation of more land. Egypt is classified as a water-poverty country, which means that it is unable to provide food and employment opportunities Yasmen The limited water resources weigh negatively on the cultivation of sugarcane that needs nearly thousand cubic meters of water per feddan, compared to 2.
Accordingly, the government has recently paid attention to cultivating the sugar beet especially in the recently-reclaimed areas, taking into consideration that this plant with high salinity and saves a great quantity of water Amr et al.
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In addition to cash return, the period of sugar beet existence in the soil and the ease of agricultural operations compared to sugar cane crop Haitham et al. The paper is about investigation on high A-molasses purity conducted at kagera sugar limited. It helps the sugar technologists to improve boiling house recovery. Nowadays demonised as responsible for numerous diseases, in the past sugar was a highly valued commodity, whose production and consumption had a huge impact on our social, cultural and economic development.
Sugar cane production entailed The introduction of sugar cane into the Mediterranean areas followed the Islamic expansion from the 8th cent. The synergy of craftspeople, workforce, local and foreign entrepreneurs transformed sugar cane production into one of the first industries in post-Roman times.
For these reasons, sugar production has become one of the most discussed topics in the literature over the last two centuries. However, the crucial role that craftspeople played in the success of the process has been only marginally tackled. This session aims at discussing the impact that the introduction of sugar production had on communities in Europe and in the Mediterranean areas, using as a baseline one of the crafts linked with sugar production: the manufacture of sugar pots.
These constitute highly specialised vessels in the cane sugar-making process: their design and characteristics are specifically developed to allow the crystallization of the sugar. Little is known whether these vessels were imported or produced locally, whether itinerant potters brought with them the know-how or local ceramists adapted their tradition to produce such specialised vessels. We welcome papers focusing on interdisciplinary approaches to the study of sugar pot function, manufacture and circulation in medieval and post-medieval times.
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The role of water in the taste mechanism of small carbohydrates and artificial sweeteners was derived from physico-chemical methods and spectroscopic studies of their aqueous solutions. The effect of bitter substance Nicotine , Inhibitor The Laser-Raman spectra were recorded in the OH stretching region to cm-1 and analyzed by comparison to the Raman band of water fitted to 4 Gaussian components. The interpretation of results gives an overall picture of the hydrophilicity, hydrophobicity and water mobility in the aqueous solutions of these molecules.
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There are two methods to determine the degree of cane preparation. There is no consensus as yet on the superiority of one over other hence results of both these methods are reported. So, necessity arises to critically analyse and understand the fundamental differences between these two methods to arrive at a rational opinion on their adaptability in Industry.
The PI method is simply the ratio of concentration of dissolved solids in the extracts on leaching and disintegration of prepared cane samples for a pre set time with equal cane to water ratios for both the determinations. Its critical analysis by the author in this technical paper concludes that PPOC formula can hardly relied upon as a dependable indicator of PI as neither a pure Preparation nor a Reduced Preparation Indicator.
A revised formula for measuring the degree of cane preparation, by considering relevant concepts from both methods, is proposed in this paper. Unlike other reduced formulae for mill extraction and boiling house extraction, at present there is no such formula for measuring reduced Preparation Index.
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Cultivation of sugarcane expanded in the lower plain of Cultivation of sugarcane expanded in the lower plain of the Jordan Valley with the new industry of sugar production in operation from the 12th century onward. In the Jericho area, three sugar mills were recorded at the end of the 19th century. Sugar mills were in use during the Fatimid, Crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk periods. Sugarcane was already known and cultivated in the Jordan Valley and the coastal areas before its utilisation for sugar production.
After the war of independence , the Cuban sugar industry, in addition to recover from the conflict, continued the adjustment process of a strong technological change experimented since the late Nineteenth-Century. Advance Search. Cane Sugar. Assessing the choice of technology for small scale sugar production, and its economic and social viability, this book will interest those responsible for sugar development, industry decision makers, non-governmental organizations, and appropriate technology organizations. Qty: Add to basket.
Synopsis Assessing the choice of technology for small scale sugar production, and its economic and social viability, this book will interest those responsible for sugar development, industry decision makers, non-governmental organizations, and appropriate technology organizations. Introduction to processing techniques 27 3.
The world sugar market 37 5. Scale considerations in sugar production planning 53 7. New cane extraction technology for small-scale factories 61 8. Improvements in open pan sulphitation technology 71 Economic viability of small-scale sugar production in Kenya 84 Sugar policy in Kenya: A farmer's dilemma 94 The Kabras experience: An exploratory socio-economic impact analysis of the West Kenya sugar factory West Kenya Sugar Company Ltd. The sugar industry in developing countries : Import substitution, government policy and scale of production Policy and performance of the sugar industry in Kenya The future of small-scale sugar processing in Tanzania