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Starch biosynthesis in rice endosperm requires the presence of either starch synthase I or IIIa

Geometrical Formation of Compound Starch Grains in Rice Implements Voronoi Diagram

Characterization of the Reactions of Starch Branching Enzymes from Rice Endosperm

Rice-starch Oral Rehydration Therapy in Neonates and Young Infants

OsbZIP58, a basic leucine zipper transcription factor, regulates starch biosynthesis in rice endosperm

Expression profiling of genes involved in starch synthesis in sink and source organs of rice

Evolution and expression analysis of starch synthase III and IV in rice

Involvement of α-Amylase I-1 in Starch Degradation in Rice Chloroplasts

A Rapid, Direct Observation Method to Isolate Mutants with Defects in Starch Grain Morphology in Rice

Chlorella Starch Branching Enzyme II (BEII) Can Complement the Function of BEIIb in Rice Endosperm

Characterization of an Isoform of Rice Starch Branching Enzyme, RBE4, in DevelopingSeeds

Structure of rice starch granules in nanometre scale as revealed by atomic force microscopy

Deciphering Starch Quality of Rice Kernels Using Metabolite Profiling and Pedigree Network Analysis

Characterization of pullulanase (PUL)-deficient mutants of rice (Oryza sativa L.) and the function of PUL on starch biosynthesis in the developing rice endosperm

Post-anthesis alternate wetting and moderate soil drying enhances activities of key enzymes in sucrose-to-starch conversion in inferior spikelets of rice

Impact of down-regulation of starch branching enzyme IIb in rice by artificial microRNA- and hairpin RNA-mediated RNA silencing

Activities of starch hydrolytic enzymes and sucrose‐phosphate synthase in the stems of rice subjected to water stress during grain filling

Elongated phytoglycogen chain length in transgenic rice endosperm expressing active starch synthase IIa affects the altered solubility and crystallinity of the storage α-glucan


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Carbohydrate derived from rice, used in bookbinding, and book and paper conservation, as a binder material. Starches are favoured for conservation work because they form strong bonds that are generally colourless, and can be reversed readily by treatment with water.


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