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aleuron

[′al·yə‚rän]
(botany)
Protein in the form of grains stored in the embryo, endosperm, or perisperm of many seeds.
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Aleurone flour increases red-cell folate and lowers plasma homocyst(e)ine substantially in man.
Soon the bran was also screened out, along with the aleurone layer, and eventually the remaining powder was bleached to make it even whiter.
Cell-walls, especially from the aleurone and (in many cultivars, thick-walled sub-aleurone endosperm, are resistant to attrition and these tend to predominate in coarse particle fractions which the definition identifies as the bran.
The industry partners implemented the innovative technologies to produce wheat aleurone and fermented wheat whole grain concentrate.
It has also been shown that the NO donor's sodium nitroprusside (SNP) and S-nitroso-N-acetylpenicillamine delayed GA-induced programmed cell death in Hordeum vulgare aleurone layers (Beligni et al.
Beneath the corn's hull is the aleurone layer, where beneficial micronutrients are stored.
Another innovation to be presented at the show is Vein or gold[R], a wheat aleurone that naturally enriches baked goods and foods with dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals.
Antinutrition factors such as such as phytin (phytate), trypsin inhibitor, oryzacystatin and haemagglutinin-lectin in the rice grain are concentrated in the bran fraction (embryo and aleurone layer).
GrainWise wheat aleurone is an all-natural, concentrated source of the essential vitamins and minerals from whole wheat and contains 45 percent dietary fiber.
Barley aleurone cell development: Molecular cloning of aleurone-specific cDNAs from immature grains.
Another innovation to be presented at the show is Vein of gold', a wheat aleurone that naturally enriches baked goods and foods with dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals.