Impact of genetics and environment on nutritional and metabolite components of maize grain.

@article{Harrigan2007ImpactOG,
  title={Impact of genetics and environment on nutritional and metabolite components of maize grain.},
  author={George G. Harrigan and Leanna G Stork and Susan G. Riordan and Tracey L. Reynolds and William P Ridley and James D Masucci and Susan Macisaac and Steven C. Halls and Robert Orth and Ronald Garth Smith and Li Wen and Wayne E. Brown and Michael A. Welsch and Rochelle I Riley and David McFarland and Anand S. Pandravada and Kevin C Glenn},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={55 15},
  pages={6177-85}
}
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recommends the measurement of specific plant components for compositional assessments of new biotechnology-derived crops. These components include proximates, nutrients, antinutrients, and certain crop-specific secondary metabolites. A considerable literature on the natural variability of these components in conventional and biotechnology-derived crops now exists. Yet the OECD consensus also suggests measurements of any… CONTINUE READING

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