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Fig. 3 | Plant Methods

Fig. 3

From: A systematic high-throughput phenotyping assay for sugarcane stalk quality characterization by near-infrared spectroscopy

Fig. 3

Variations in fresh biomass composition in sugarcane stalks. Moisture content (A) and frequency distribution (B) in sugarcane stalks; sugar content (C) and frequency distribution (D) in sugarcane stalks; insoluble residue content (E) and frequency distribution (F) in sugarcane stalks. Various genotypes of sugarcane were collected at five different times, and the numbers for each collection were 164, 162, 184, 70 and 48. Samples in different collections were merged together (nā€‰=ā€‰628) to calculate the distribution frequency of biomass component composition in B, D and F

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