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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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Soon the bran was also screened out, along with the aleurone layer, and eventually the remaining powder was bleached to make it even whiter.
However, most of the added Zn was deposited in the aleurone layer of wheat grain (Stomph et al.
Cross-pollination events from Purendo-38 to recipient plants of CDC Teal were identified by the expression of a light-blue pigment in the aleurone layer of [F.
Friabilins were only found in the endosperm of the grain, and not in the aleurone layer.
In barley alurone layer, expression of SOD, APX and CAT APX, diminishes after GA treatment, which resulted in over accumulation of ROS leading to cell death in aleurone layer (Bethke et al.
Dormancy of barley grain is correlated with gibberellic acid responsiveness of the isolated aleurone layer.