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Genotypic and Environmental Effects on Grain Yield and Quality of Oat Grown in North Dakota
The grain yield and quality determine much of the value of an oat (A vena saliva L.) crop to the producer. This study investigated effects of genotype and environment on grain yield and quality.Expand
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Two classes of starch debranching enzymes from developing maize kernels
Summary Based on their substrate specificities, two distinct classes of starch debranching enzymes have been isolated from developing maize kernels. One class of enzyme hydrolyzed pullulan mostExpand
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Dissection of Genetic Factors underlying Wheat Kernel Shape and Size in an Elite × Nonadapted Cross using a High Density SNP Linkage Map
Wheat kernel shape and size has been under selection since early domestication. Kernel morphology is a major consideration in wheat breeding, as it impacts grain yield and quality. A population ofExpand
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Factors Affecting Groat Percentage in Oat
The groat percentage represents an important quality characteristic of oat (Avena sativa L.). Our objectives were to characterize mechanical factors of the oat dehulling process and the physicalExpand
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Effects of Oat Grain Hydrothermal Treatments on Wheat-Oat Flour Dough Properties and Breadbaking Quality
ABSTRACT Hydrothermal treatments, which are routine in oat processing, have profound effects on oat flour dough rheological properties. The influence of roasting and steam treatments of oat grain onExpand
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Detailed Composition Analyses of Diverse Oat Genotype Kernels Grown in Different Environments in North Dakota
ABSTRACT Nutritional composition of oat kernels from 18 genotypes grown in six environments in North Dakota, U.S.A., was analyzed by chemical means. Of the macronutrients, mean starch concentrationExpand
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Genotypic and Environmental Effects on Oat Milling Characteristics and Groat Hardness
ABSTRACT The production of oat bran involves the dehulling of oats, inactivation of their enzymes, and the subsequent grinding and sieving of the clean groats to isolate the larger bran particles.Expand
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Accumulation of Oxygenated Fatty Acids in Oat Lipids During Storage
ABSTRACT Oxygenated fatty acids were identified in oat grain by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. We hypothesized that most of these were the results of lipoxygenase activity. This hypothesis wasExpand
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Evaluation of Oat Kernel Size Uniformity
Oat (Avena sativa L.) kernel size uniformity is important to the oat milling industry because oat-processing mills separate oats according to size to optimize dehulling efficiency. In this study, weExpand
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