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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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Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used in order to observe the effect of bran, aleurone layers, and endosperms on the microstructure of the green and normal wheat with different layering milling methods [15, 29].
Polishing removes the aleurone layer and embryo which parts of the rice grain are richer with vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber than the endosperm itself.
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.sub.1] seed.
However, the largest part of grain (endosperm) has low Zn concentration, with the most of seed-Zn being located in the embryo and the aleurone layer (Ozturk et al., 2006).
Dormancy of barley grain is correlated with gibberellic acid responsiveness of the isolated aleurone layer. Plant Physiol.
An aleurone layer also surrounded the embryo except in the region where the embryo was attached to the nucellus (Fig.
For the extraction of bran from wheat and maize, the seeds were ground in grinders, after grinding the hull and aleurone layers were separated.
Control of Lactate dehydrogenase, lactate glycolysis, and a-amilase by [O.sub.2] deficit in barley aleurone layers. Plant Physiology, v.74, p.566-572, 1984.