Influence of incorporated wild Solanum genomes on potato properties in terms of starch nanostructure and glycoalkaloid content.

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Interspecific somatic hybrids produced by protoplast fusion between two wild Solanum species (S. acaule, acl; S. brevidens, brd) and cultivated potato Solanum tuberosum (tbr) were analyzed in terms of the starch nanometer-range structure and glycoalkaloid (GA) contents. The crystallinity of starch granules, the average size of starch crystallites, and the… (More)

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@article{Vnnen2005InfluenceOI, title={Influence of incorporated wild Solanum genomes on potato properties in terms of starch nanostructure and glycoalkaloid content.}, author={Tiina V{\"a}{\"a}n{\"a}nen and Teemu P Ikonen and V M Rokka and Pirjo Kuronen and Ritva Serimaa and Velimatti Ollilainen}, journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry}, year={2005}, volume={53 13}, pages={5313-25} }