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Two mutant lines of barley, Risø 17 and Notch-2, were found to accumulate phytoglycogen in the grain. Like the sugary mutants of maize and rice, these phytoglycogen-accumulating mutants of barley lack isoamylase activity in the developing endosperm. The mutants were shown to be allelic, and to have lesions in the isoamylase gene, isa1 that account for the(More)
About EASNA The Employee Assistance Society of North America is an international association whose members consist primarily of individuals, organizations, employers, and students in Canada and the United States interested in advancing knowledge, research, and best practices toward achieving healthy and productive workplaces, with a specific focus on(More)
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