amylose


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amylose

[′am·ə‚lōs]
(biochemistry)
A linear starch polymer.
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The mean values of cooking quality and micronutrient traits of forty eight advance lines along with three checks are presented in Table 3.Based on mean performance, genotypes namely, PMS-33, PMS-27, PMS-52, PMS-38 and PMS-23 were found promising for several desirable cooking quality traits such as kernel length, kernel length-breadth ratio and cooked kernel length with intermediate amylose and gelatinization temperature.
Then, the lambs were randomly assigned to four treatments of dietary amylose to amylopectin ratios (12 lambs per treatment).
In total, 50%-70% additional cooked rice on the table will be given by low amylose brown rice.
This fact may have occurred because when starch molecules get in contact with excess water and undergo heating, abreakdown of the crystalline structures occurs and the molecules build hydrogen bonds between amylose and amylopectin, causing hydroxyl groups exposure increasing starch granule swelling (Singh, Singh, Kaur, Sodhi, & Gill, 2003).
It is reported to affect the conformation of amylose molecules, and holes are known to appear at the surface of the granule [33].
Physical and chemical properties, such as light transmission, amylose content, swelling power, and water-sorption ability, are highly correlated with the average granule sizes of starches extracted from different sorts of potatoes [12, 13].
Treatments were significantly different from each other in polished grain protein and amylose content.
Then, the atoms are relinked with different bonds to form a new compound called amylose, which is easily digestible by humans.
This review summarizes our achievements over 35 years with respect to the synthesis and chiral recognition of the helical polymers obtained by the helix-sense-selective polymerization of bulky methacrylates and by the modification of polysaccharides, cellulose and amylose. (9,10)
Granule Bound Starch Syntheses (waxy proteins) are the only enzyme that has a role in amylose synthesis in wheat [1, 2].