Balancing the double‐edged sword effect of increased resistant starch content and its impact on rice texture: its genetics and molecular physiological mechanisms

@article{Parween2020BalancingTD,
  title={Balancing the double‐edged sword effect of increased resistant starch content and its impact on rice texture: its genetics and molecular physiological mechanisms},
  author={Sabiha Parween and Joanne J Anonuevo and Vito M Butardo and Gopal Misra and R. Anacleto and Cindy Llorente and Ondrej Kosik and M. Romero and E. Bandonill and M. Mendioro and A. Lovegrove and A. Fernie and Y. Brotman and N. Sreenivasulu},
  journal={Plant Biotechnology Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={18},
  pages={1763 - 1777}
}
  • Sabiha Parween, Joanne J Anonuevo, +11 authors N. Sreenivasulu
  • Published 2020
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Plant Biotechnology Journal
  • Summary Resistant starch (RS) is the portion of starch that escapes gastrointestinal digestion and acts as a substrate for fermentation of probiotic bacteria in the gut. Aside from enhancing gut health, RS contributes to a lower glycemic index. A genome‐wide association study coupled with targeted gene association studies was conducted utilizing a diverse panel of 281 resequenced Indica rice lines comprising of ~2.2 million single nucleotide polymorphisms. Low‐to‐intermediate RS phenotypic… CONTINUE READING
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