Rice protein disulfide isomerase (OsPDI) and rice chaperone binding protein (OsBiP) levels are not directly correlated with the eating quality of rice
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The composition and distribution of seed storage proteins are important factors for eating quality such as flavor and texture in rice. The levels of rice protein disulfide isomerase and rice chaperone binding protein proteins were examined in rice cultivars which have different eating qualities. Results showed that their levels have no direct correlation with eating quality.
Key wordseating quality OsBiP OsPDI rice seed storage protein
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