Physicochemical properties and development of wheat large and small starch granules during endosperm development

@article{Wei2010PhysicochemicalPA,
  title={Physicochemical properties and development of wheat large and small starch granules during endosperm development},
  author={Cunxu Wei and Jun Yu Zhang and Yifang Chen and Weidong Zhou and Bin Xu and Youping Wang and Jianmin Chen},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2010},
  volume={32},
  pages={905-916}
}
Wheat mature seeds have large, lenticular A-type starch granules, and small, spherical B-type and irregular C-type starch granules. During endosperm development, large amyloplasts came from proplastid, divided and increased in number through binary fission from 4 to 12 days after flowering (DAF). Large starch granules formed and developed in the large amyloplast. One large amyloplast had only one large starch granule. Small amyloplasts came from the protrusion of large amyloplast envelope… CONTINUE READING

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