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Phytic acid-phosphorus and other nutritionally important mineral nutrient elements in grains of wild-type and low phytic acid (lpa1-1) rice



Phytic acid-phosphorus and other nutritionally important mineral nutrient elements in grains of wild-type and low phytic acid (lpa1-1) rice



Seed Science Research 14(2): 109-116



Mineral nutrient stores in cereal grains are mainly phytate, a salt of the phosphorus-rich compound phytic acid. Quantitative measures of total phosphorus, phytic acid-phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, manganese and zinc were obtained for whole grains, embryos and rest-of-grain portions of Kaybonnet rice (wild type) (Oryza sativa L.) and a low phytic acid (lpa1-1) mutant strain with a 45% reduction in phytic acid.

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DOI: 10.1079/SSR2004160



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