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- Betts, Natalie S.; Fox, Glen P.; Kelly, Alison M.; Cruickshank, Alan W.; Lahnstein, Jelle; Henderson, Marilyn; Jordan, David R.; Burton, Rachel A.
- Journal of cereal science 2015 v.63 pp. 64-71
- staple foods, etc ; Sorghum bicolor; arabinoxylan; barley; biofuels; cell wall components; cell walls; electron microscopy; feedstocks; forage; genotype; germplasm; grain sorghum; oats; tissues; wheat; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Sorghum is a staple food for half a billion people and, through growth on marginal land with minimal inputs, is an important source of feed, forage and increasingly, biofuel feedstock. Here we present information about non-cellulosic cell wall polysaccharides in a diverse set of cultivated and wild Sorghum bicolor grains. Sorghum grain contains predominantly starch (64–76%) but is relatively defic ...