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Survey of B-glucan Content on Barley Cultivars Adapted to North Dakota

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Title: Survey of B-glucan Content on Barley Cultivars Adapted to North Dakota
Author: Manthey, F.A.; Faue, A.C.; Schwarz, P.B.; Horsley, R.D.
Description: American demand for low fat, low cholesterol, high soluble fiber food stuffs increased in the 1980s. Oat based cereals increased in the marketplace. Soluble fiber of both oats and barley are due the polysaccharide walls of these grains.Barley was deemed to be possible choice for cereals like oats. growing conditions and the genotype affect the B-glucan levels in both oats and barley.In studies discussed here, the effect of plump kernels, hull-less kernels, alkaline viscosity, grain protein content, and total and soluble B-glucan content were factors used in studies covered in this article. This study was paid for by barley by the North Dakota Barley Council.
Date: 1992
Subject: Barley
Varieties
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9609

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