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- Zhou, Qinyang, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Food chemistry 2019 v.277 pp. 455-462
- amylopectin; amylose; crystal structure; fertilizer application; global warming; nitrogen fertilizers; particle size; rice; temperature
- ... Relevant evidence of rice quality responses to increased temperatures under field condition has been obtained in our previous study. Understanding the intrinsic mechanism of increased temperatures and fertilizer treatment in regulating rice quality formation will be contributed to the development of mitigation measures suitable for actual field operations and to cope with climate warming. This stu ...
- Zhou, Qinyang, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of cereal science 2018 v.84 pp. 20-29
- amino acids; endosperm; global warming; grain protein; metabolites; nitrogen; protein bodies; protein synthesis; rice; starch; storage proteins; temperature; China
- ... Due to the sensitivity of chalk formation to high temperatures, the global warming will further threaten the improvement of high chalky grain rate in the southern japonica region of China. There have been many studies reported on the role of starch in the formation of chalkiness, but the relationship between nitrogen metabolites and chalkiness has not been given sufficient attention. In this study ...