Figure 1.

Starch properties of Asominori and CSSL50-1. (A) Rice grains of Asominori (left) and CSSL50-1 (right); (B) Scanning electron microscopy of starch granule transverse sections of Asominori (left) and CSSL50-1 (right); (C) Chain-length profile of Asominori and CSSL50-1 and differences in the chain-length distribution of amylopectin; (D) RVA profile, Rapid Visco Analyzer profile (E) PGWC, Percentage of grain with chalkiness; (F) DEC, Degree of endosperm chalkiness; (G) StC, Starch content; (H) AC, Amylose content; (I) SuC, sucrose content; (J) PC, protein content. Bars = 3.0 μm.

Liu et al. BMC Genomics 2010 11:730   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-730
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