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Improvement of cereal quality by genetic engineering. Proceedings of the Royal Australian Chemistry Institute, Cereal Chemistry Division Symposium on Improvement of Cereal Quality by Genetic Engineering, Sydney, Australia, 12-16 September 1993


, : Improvement of cereal quality by genetic engineering. Proceedings of the Royal Australian Chemistry Institute, Cereal Chemistry Division Symposium on Improvement of Cereal Quality by Genetic Engineering, Sydney, Australia, 12-16 September 1993. Improvement of cereal quality by genetic engineering Proceedings of the Royal Australian Chemistry Institute, Cereal Chemistry Division Symposium on Improvement of Cereal Quality by Genetic Engineering, Sydney, Australia, 12-16 September 1993: xiii + 174 pp.

Twenty papers presented by international experts at this Symposium, held during the Guthrie Centenary Conference (the 43rd Annual Conference of RACI Cereal Chemistry Division), which cover the most recent developments in quality improvement of wheat, rice, barley, oat and sorghum via genetic manipulation, are grouped into the following subject sections: (1) development of techniques for transformation of cereals (9 papers); (2) genetic engineering of cereal protein quality (4 papers focusing on barley and wheat proteins); (3) genetic engineering of cereal starch quality (2 papers); (4) improvement of barley quality by genetic engineering (2 papers); and (5) regulation of cereal genetic engineering (3 papers). A subject index is provided.

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