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Carbohydrates in cereal germs

Grasas y Aceites 39(4-5): 207-209

Carbohydrates in cereal germs

Germs of wheat, maize and rice were collected from the different mills and factories. Their carbohydrates components were determined and found reducing sugars, 1.58, 0.46 and 0.64%, non reducing sugars 15.89, 5.75 and 11.70% and total carbohydrates 29.65, 41.69 and 51.20%, respectively. Their main sugars contents were raffinose 52.70, 58.77 and 56.49 mg/g sucrose 42.82, 39.76 and 90.81 mg/g, maltose 42.82, 75.64 and 68.33 mg/g, glucose 52.70. 36.52 and 95.76 mg/g and xlose 52.70, 54.62 and 140.85 mg/g, respectively.

Accession: 002042960

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