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XXIII ISSCT Congress

LIST OF ACCEPTED TECHNICAL PAPERS (PROVISIONAL)

 

Contents

Agricultural Commission
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Agronomy


  • Biology Commission
  • Molecular Biology
  • Entomology
  • Pathology
  • Breeding


  • Factory Commission
  • Processing
  • Engineering & Energy


  • Coproducts Commission


    AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION

    Agricultural Engineering Section

    1.

    Field mechanisation and factory performance- Part-I Field Operations

    A G de Beer and B S Purchase

    USA
    2.

    Development of a tropical production system for green cane

    J H Cock & J S Torres

    Colombia
    3.

    A double shank subsoiler for sugar cane cultivation

    J S Torres, L F Villegas, J P Raigosa

    Colombia
    4.

    Issues to consider when implementing a mechanical harvesting system

    E Meyer

    South Africa
    5.

    Improving performance and utilisation to minimise machinery costs

    E Meyer

    South Africa
    6.

    Electronic data acquisition system to evaluate cane haulage

    D Pyneeandee, E Jacquin and J Gukhool

     

    7.

    Preparing for the Harvester

    J Freyou

    USA
    8.

    Development of a self-propelled two-row billet planter

    LH Huang

     

    9.

    Mechanical planting of whole stalk sugarcane in the Louisiana Industry

    C Richard, W Jackson, H Waguespack Jr., D Landry

    USA
    10.

    Need for mechanisation of sugar cane cultivation in Karnataka State (India)

    K Perumal

    India




    AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION

    Agronomy Section

     1.

    The potential for legumes in sugar cane cropping systems in Australia

    A L Garside

    Australia

     2.

    Long term study of changes in the properties of a Fijian oxisol following sugar cane cultivation

    J Gawander & R J Morrisson

    Fiji.

     3.

    Management of chopper harvester-generated green cane trash blankets A new concern for Louisiana

    E P Richard

    USA

     4

    Sugar Cane Irrigation : A Review

    G C Soopramanien

    Mauritius.

     5.

    Available N changes and N balance under multi ratooning of sugarcane varieties in a tropical vertosol

    B Sundara & BK Tripathi

    India

     6.

    Sugarcane ripening in South Africa - Review of past decade

    R A Donaldson

    South Africa

     7.

    Development and use of a new low dose herbicide for sugar cane in some Caribbean countries

    B Dasrat, R Burgess, D Bishundial, F Lopez , H de Beer

    Jamaica

     8.

    Soil compaction due to mechanized harvesting and loading

    LR Ng Cheong ,V Riviere, E Jacquin, C Soopramanien

    Mauritlus

     9.

    Gaseous nitrogen losses from soils under sugar cane in Mauritius

    KF Ng Kee Kwong , A Bholah , S Veerupen

    Mauritius

     10.

    Thiazopyr :A potential pre-emergence herbicide for sugar cane

    S Seeruttun, C Barbe, G Mc Intyre, A Gaungoc

    Mauritius

     11.

    Monitoring long term soil sustainability in the South African sugar industry using a nutrient information retrieval system (NIRS)

    J H Meyer

    South Africa

     12.

    Classification of the natural conditions in sugar cane crops for a region in Colombia

    Alberto Palma

    Colombia

     13.

    Sodicity induced yield losses and change in minerals concentration of sugar cane genotypes

    Dr. Y P Dang

    India
     

     

    BIOLOGY COMMISSION

     Molecular Biology Section

     1.

    Advances in sugarcane molecular biology

    PH Moore

    USA

     2.

    Differentiation of the Mascarene and African serotype strains of Xanthomonas albineans from Mauritius by polymerase chain reaction

    Jaufeerally-Fakim, Dookum, Autrey, Daniels

    Mauritius

     3.

    Analysis of carbon partitioning to identify metabolic steps limiting sucrose accumulation

    F.C Botha and D.J Vorster

    South Africa

     4.

    Genetic mapping of favorable traits in sugarcane cultivars

    A D'Hont, L. Grivet, J-Y. Hoarau, F. Pauiet, C Asnaghi, C. Kane, N. Jannoo, K. Alix, B. Offmann, J. C. Girard, L.M. Raboln, J. C Glaszmann

    France

     5.

    Regulation of transgene expression in sugarcane

    S. Hansom, R. Bower, L. Zhang, B. Potler, A. Elliot, S. Basnayake, G. Corderio, D.M Hogarth, M. Cox, N. Berding , R. G. Birch

    Australia

     6.

    Evaluation of transgenic sugarcane plants engineered for resistance to mosaic and canegrubs

    G.R. Smith, PA. Joyce, K.A. Nutt, R.B. Mc Qualter, G.O. Taylor , P.G. Allsopp

    Australia
     

     

     BIOLOGY COMMISSION

    Entomology Section

     1.

    Occurrence of Telenomus beneficiens var. Elongatus, and egg parasitoid of the sugarcane top borer in spring cane

    WY Cheng , S M Chen

    Taiwan

     2.

    Seasonal fluctuation of white sugarcane aphid. Ceratovacuna lanigera Zenth. (Aphididae) in south Sulawasi

    H Suhartawan , D Samoedi

    Indonesia

     3.

    Success of Cotesia Flavipes (Cameron) for biological control of moth borers in Thailand

    W Suasa-Ard , K Charernsom

    Thailand

     4.

    Integrated control of the leafhopper Arboridia sp. on sugarcane

    A S Patil , S K Dorge

    India

     5.

    Effect of common red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum Herbst. (Tenebrionidae : Coleoptera) on the life cycle of the rice moth Corcyra cephalonica stainton. (Galleriidae: lepidoptera)

    K Vidya Nagalakshml & S Balaji

    India

     6.

    1,8- cineol - A potent fungitoxicant and insect repellant against sugarcane pests

    G P Rao, Maneesha Singh, Atul Singh , R.G. Singh ,G.P. Slngh

    India

     

    BIOLOGY COMMISSION

    Pathology Section

     1.

    Yellow leaf syndrome and alleged pathogens : casual, not casual relationship

    Sizuo Matsuoka

    Brazil

     2.

    Elimination of sugarcane yellow leaf virus from sugarcane by meristem culture

    C Delage, M Rippoles, M Chatenet, M Irey, P Rott

    France

     3.

    Sugarcane bacilliform virus : symptoms, detection and distribution in world germplasm collection at Cannanore

    R Viswanathan, M Balamuralikrishnan, M N Premachandran , B K Tripathi

    India

     4.

    The incidence and effects of ratoon stunting disease of sugarcane in southern and central Africa

    R A Bailey, S A McFarlane

    South Africa

     5.

    Sugarcane yellow leaf virus in Florida : Incidence and Resistance

    JC Comstock, JD Miller, PYP Tai, JE Fouls

    USA

     6.

    Symptomatology, aetiology, detection and distribution of the luteovirus associated with yellow leaf syndrome of sugarcane in Mauritius

    J F V Moutia, S Saumtally

    Mauritius

     7.

    Embryogenic callus culture for Fiji disease virus elimination in sugarcane

    M E. Wagih , S W Adkins

    Australia

     8.

    Pathogen - free seed cane production and its impact on a commercial scale

    J I Victoria, ML Guzman, F Garcea , A D Jaramillo

    Colombia

     9.

    First outbreak of sugarcane smut in Australia

    Dr. B Egan

    Australia

     10.

    Association of Phytoplasmas with yellow leaf syndrome of sugarcane

    P Cronje

    South Africa

     

    BIOLOGY COMMISSION

    Breeding Section

     1.

    Efficiency of regional selection in a sugarcane breeding program

    Y.S Chang

    Taiwan

     2.

    Genetic diversity among a group of sugarcane varieties and ifs relationship to family performance

    M.T. Cornide, J.E. Sanchez, H. Leonard, G. Galvez, E. Canales, J. Mesa

    Cuba

     3.

    Inheritance of resistance to Downy Mildew disease in sugarcane

    V.5. Hsu , C.S. Lee

    Taiwan

     4.

    Traits for selecting elite sugarcane clones under water and salt stress conditions

    B. Ram , S. Kumar, B.K. Sahi, B.K. Tripathi

    India

     5.

    Discriminant function- an efficient technique for selection in sugarcane

    R.B. Doule and N Balasundaram

    India

     6.

    Mega environments for the Colombian sugar industry characterization and implications for varietal selection and crop management

    A. Amaya, J Torres, R Quintero, C Luna, C Moreno, A Palma, J Carbonell, E Cortes , H Ranjel

    Colombia

     7.

    Geneotype X Environment interaction - Efficiency and use of AMMI Matmodel in sugarcane

    H. M Srivastava, H G Geuch Jr., N Kulshreshtha , G.P. Misra

    India

     8.

    The application of cross prediction in sugarcane breeding in Mauritius

    G H Bababo, M J Kearsey, R Domaingue, M H R Jullen

    Mauritius

     9.

    Ratooning ability in sugarcane: Direct vs indirect selection based on clonal performance in younger crops

    P.D.N. Mirzawan, E. Sugiyarta

    Indonesia

     10.

    Planned recombination in sugarcane breeding: Artifical initiation of flowering in sugarcane in sub-tropical and tropical conditions

    K J Knuss , N. Berding

    South Africa

     

     

     

    FACTORY COMMISSION

    Processing Section

     1.

    Chairman's report on ISSCT workshop - The influence of field mechanisation on factory performance.

    BS Purchase , AG de Beer.

    USA

     2.

    More gain by crushing clean cane

    A Sammee, MP Aktar , MA Qureshi

    Pakistan

     3.

    Plant material as natural flocculant in cane iuice clarification

    L Wong Sak Hoi, S Tse Chi Shum

    Mauritius

     4.

    Filtration of clarified cane juice using spiral polymeric membrane configuration

    M Saska, J McArdle, Eringis

    USA

     5.

    Sugarcane components that affect efficiency of membrane filtration : Identification and removal

    JR Vercellotti, MA Clarke , MA Godshall

    USA

     6.

    CHROM.SIM simulation software for modeling chromatographic separations for the sugar industry.

    M Saska ,V Bubnik

    USA

     7.

    An analytical survey of final molasses from cane producing countries

    P Sahadeo

    South Africa

     8.

    Use of new generation film type sulphur burner and plc based integrated clarification control system in a plantation white sugar factory

    JJ Bhagat, PP Chaturvedl, SC Kalia, P Agarwal

    India

     9.

    Colour balance in plantation white sugar processing

    VS Keskar , SS Nimbalkar

    India

     10.

    Application of ion exchange resins for sugar liquors decolourization

    LSM Bento

    Portugal

     11.

    Development of a new process to improve the color value of liquid sugar

    JP Yang , WF Lin

    Taiwan

     12.

    New official formulae for NIR polarimetry

    M Kucheida, J Keitel

     

     13.

    Contribution of kestoses (Fruco-oligosaccharides) to the morphological modification of sucrose crystals.

    G Vaccari, S Sgualdino, E Dosi, G Mantovanl , Aquilano

    Italy

     14.

    1S0-9002 certification at Daurala Sugar Works, Daurala.

    V Slngh, HK Moudgil, RK Jain

    India

     15.

    Comparison of the performance of vertical continuous (VKT) and batch pans for manufacturing massecuite

    NJ Gil, C OBrice, AL Vivas, AA Ramos , G Caicedo

     

     16.

    One design, three pans - A large flexibility of use.

    G Journet

    France

     17.

    A Review of continuous pan development in the Southern African Sugar Industry

    PW Rein , MP Msimanga

    South Africa

     18.

    Performance of continuous high grade fugals.

    R Broadfoot, KF Miller

    Australia

     19.

    Neural networks models of evaporation and crystallisation processes in the sugar industry

    M Benne, B Grondin-Perez, J-D Lan-Sun-Luk, J-P Chabriat

    Reunion

     

    FACTORY COMMISSION

    Engineering & Energy Section

     1.

    Experiences with "Two Roll" crushing mills computer modelling and evaluation

    E Oliveros, W Orrego, AL Gomez , JLO Ware

     

     2.

    Performance of a last mill with assist drive

    AL Vivas, F Figueroa, G Caicedo, AM Plata, L Echeverri , AL Gomez

     

     3.

    Modeling of sugarcane mill

    KR Patil

    India

     4.

    Optimisation of the cane juice extraction with an optimum use of the energy

    P Bonin

    France

     5.

    Pressure chuteless toothed roller feeding system

    RP Singh, JJ Bhagat, PK Malhotra , BS Dhavalikar

    India

     6.

    Low pressure extraction technology for juice extraction an Indian experience

    JJ Bhagat & JT Jadhav

    India

     7.

    Cane variety effects on milling performance

    V Mason

    Australia

     8.

    Optimising steam utilisation at a typical sugar factory

    KTKF KongWin Chang, AF ALU AH Wing, D Gunness, L Wong Sak Hoi

    Mauritius

     9.

    Technology transfer between beet and cane sugar industries

    P Avram-Waganoff

    Germany

     10.

    Gasification technology for large scale cogeneration in the Australian sugar industry.

    JA Joyce, PA Hobson, TF Dixon ,V Mason

    Australia

     11.

    Big/Tig a potential alternative for co-generation in the sugar industry - case study

    J Banerjee

    India

     12.

    Air pollution control in the sugar manufacturing industry

    ES Lora

     

     

     

    CO-PRODUCTS COMMISSION

     1.

    Production of fructooligosaccharides with b fructofuranosidase from sucrose

    J.P. Yang, J.S. Wang

    Taiwan

     2.

    Studies on the use of molasses

    W.F. Lin, J.R Yang

    Taiwan

     3.

    An overview of the Co-products industries in India

    PJ Manohar Rao

    India

     4.

    Continuous ethanol fermentation of cell recycling with floculating yeast

    C.Y. Chang

    Taiwan

     5.

    Methane emission from bagasse burning in sugar mills

    H.R Narang, D.K. Goel, K. Prabhat

    India

     6.

    Technological optimisation of dextransucrase enzyme production

    G. Michelena, A. Martinez, A. Bell, O. Almazan

    Cuba

     7.

    Manufacture of extra neutral alcohol directly from fermented molasses

    B.B. Paul

    India

     8.

    Cellulase production by mutant strain of Tricoderma reesei from bagasse

    J.S. Wang

    Taiwan

     9.

    Sucrose ester as plasticizer for biodegradable plastic (starch/polycaprolactone blend)

    K. Sriroth, R. Cholaku K. Piyachomkwan, Y.Tokiwa, C.G. Oates

    Thailand

     10.

    The Cuban sugar industry and the environment.

    E. Valdes, M.C. Obaya, 0. Almazan

    Cuba



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