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A rapid method to identify scent in rice


, : A rapid method to identify scent in rice. Oryza 15(1): 81-82

A modified method is described for identifying plants with scented grain in segregating populations by leaf analysis. Small pieces of a fresh green leaf are warmed, then allowed to cool, thus releasing any aroma present, which can be distinguished from the chlorophyll smell of unscented forms.

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