Environment and genotype effects on the content of dietary fiber and its components in wheat in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen.

@article{Gebruers2010EnvironmentAG,
  title={Environment and genotype effects on the content of dietary fiber and its components in wheat in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen.},
  author={Kurt Gebruers and Emmie Dornez and Zoltan Bedo and Mariann Rakszegi and A. Fabra Fras and Danuta Boros and Christophe M Courtin and Jan A Delcour},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={58 17},
  pages={9353-61}
}
Within the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen, the variability of the contents of dietary fiber (DF) and components thereof was studied in wheat. Furthermore, the contribution of genotype and environment to this variability was estimated. The levels of total DF (TDF), total nonstarch polysaccharide (TOTNSP), water-extractable nonstarch polysaccharide (WENSP), total arabinoxylan (TOTAX), lignin, and beta-glucan in whole meal, flour, and/or bran varied approximately 1.8-fold. The highest variability… CONTINUE READING
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