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Perspective: whole and refined grains and health - Evidence supporting "make half your grains whole"
(Oxford University Press, 2021)
Protein content of grains of different size fractions in malting barley
The negative relationship between grain size (percentage >2.5mm) and protein content usually observed in barley grain samples is attributed to the presence of thin grains. The objective of this study was to determine ...
Adding genotypic differences in reproductive partitioning and grain set efficiency for estimating sorghum grain number
(Csiro Publishing, 2013-04)
Current models of sorghum crop growth predict grain number using a calculated plant growth rate around flowering and a genotype-dependent parameter that describes the relationship between both traits. Few values for this ...
Sowing date and maize grain quality for dry milling
(Elsevier Science, 2018-01)
Argentina is the single exporter of non-gmo hard endosperm maize to the European Union, and is internationally known for its grain hardness. This special hard endosperm maize supply chain follows strict regulations to ...
Losses on maize harvesting according to the water content of the grains at harvest
(Univ Estadual Mato Grosso Sul, 2019-01-01)
The use of methodologies for easy application and quick results are important in determining the water content in the grains to maize producers could decide the right time to perform the harvest with reduced losses in maize ...
Densification and enhancement of the grain boundary conductivity of gadolinium-doped barium cerate by ultra fast flash grain welding
(ELSEVIER SCI LTDOXFORD, 2012)
Doped barium cerate is a promising solid electrolyte for intermediate temperature fuel cells as a protonic conductor. However, it is difficult to sinter it to high density at a reasonable temperature. Moreover, it presents ...
Source limitations due to leaf rust (Puccinia Triticina) during grain filling period in wheat
(Csiro Publishing, 2014-02)
Late foliar diseases (especially leaf rust) reduce assimilate supply during post-anthesis, determining fewer assimilates per grain and thereby inducing grain weight reductions. Although the assimilate reduction hypothesis ...