Factors Affecting the Slope of Head Rice Yield vs . Degree of Milling

@inproceedings{Reid1998FactorsAT,
  title={Factors Affecting the Slope of Head Rice Yield vs . Degree of Milling},
  author={John D. Reid and Terry J. Siebenmorgen and Andronikos Mauromoustakos},
  year={1998}
}
Cereal Chem. 75(5):738-741 Milling data of four long-grain rice cultivars were analyzed to determine the uniformity in the slope of their curves for head rice yield (HRY) versus the corresponding degree of milling (DOM). The data set for each cultivar comprised samples that had been subjected to various drying air conditions and durations and milled over a range of moisture contents. All treatment combinations were split and milled for either 15, 30, 45, or 60 sec in a McGill no. 2 laboratory… CONTINUE READING

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