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Behavior of starches derived from varieties of maize containing different genetic mutations Effects of starch genotype on granular morphology

, : Behavior of starches derived from varieties of maize containing different genetic mutations Effects of starch genotype on granular morphology. Carbohydrate Polymers 21(2-3): 133-136

Starch was isolated from several maize genotypes and surveyed for granular morphology, granular size distribution, apparent amylose content, and thermal properties. Each genotype had a distinct granular morphology. Morphology was classified according to the presence of the waxy, dull, and amylose-extender genes.

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Accession: 030266347

DOI: 10.1016/0144-8617(93)90007-q

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