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Isolation of High Seed Inorganic P, Low‐Phytate Soybean Mutants
TLDR
Low phytic add and high inorganic P in these progenies should increase the nutritional value of soy meal and reduce excess P in livestock manure.
Origin and seed phenotype of maize low phytic acid 1-1 and low phytic acid 2-1.
TLDR
The results indicate that phytic acid metabolism during seed development is not solely responsible for P homeostasis and indicate that the phYtic acid concentration typical of a normal maize seed is not essential to seed function.
Increasing CO2 threatens human nutrition
TLDR
It is reported that C3 grains and legumes have lower concentrations of zinc and iron when grown under field conditions at the elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration predicted for the middle of this century.
Phytic acid and phosphorus in crop seeds and fruits: a global estimate
TLDR
Low phytate mutants, that are now available for some key staple food crops such as maize and barley, offer potential benefits in such areas as the sustainability of lands used to grow crops, the mineral nutrition of humans and animals, and reduction in pollution of waterways.
Nonphytate phosphorus requirement and phosphorus excretion of broiler chicks fed diets composed of normal or high available phosphate corn with and without microbial phytase.
TLDR
Fecal P output could be reduced while maintaining optimum performance by the use of reduced dietary nonphytate P, introduction of HAPC, and phytase supplementation, and one of the greatest benefits of phyt enzyme supplementation appeared to be maintaining livability at lower dietary levels of nonphyTate P.
Isolation and genetic mapping of a non-lethal rice (Oryza sativa L.) low phytic acid 1 mutation
TLDR
This study describes the isolation, inheritance, and genetic mapping of the first rice Ipal mutation and reexamines the MIPS/lpa1 candidate gene hypothesis in rice to find this canonical MIPS gene may be an appropriate target for controlling seed phytic acid synthesis.
Progress in breeding low phytate crops.
  • V. Raboy
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Journal of nutrition
  • 1 March 2002
TLDR
The progress in the genetics, breeding and nutritional evaluation of low-phytate crops are reviewed in this article.
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