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Grain quality of some promising mutants

, : Grain quality of some promising mutants. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(3): 12-13

Significant differences were found between the rice mutants DM16-5-1 (aromatic) and FG6 (non-aromatic), on the one hand, and their respective parents Basmati 370 (aromatic) and IR6, on the other, for grain length : breadth ratio, chalkiness, protein content and gel consistency, but not for 8 other quality traits.

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