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Studies on the starches of barley genotypes. A comparison of the starches from normal and high-amylose barley


, : Studies on the starches of barley genotypes. A comparison of the starches from normal and high-amylose barley. Starke 23(1): 12-15

Starch isolated from mutant Glacier (Ac38) had smaller granules and a higher amylose content than that from normal Glacier.

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DOI: 10.1002/star.19710230105


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