Volume I. Production/Volume II. Utilization

  • Bor S. Luh

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Te-Tzu Chang, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 1-11
  3. Benito S. Vergara
    Pages 13-22
  4. Te-Tzu Chang, Cheng-Chang Li
    Pages 23-101
  5. Duane S. Mikkelsen, Surajit K. De Datta
    Pages 103-186
  6. T. W. Mew
    Pages 187-236
  7. M. O. Way, C. C. Bowling
    Pages 237-268
  8. Robert R. Cogburn
    Pages 269-285
  9. D. E. Bayer
    Pages 287-309
  10. C. Y. Wang, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 311-345
  11. James I. Wadsworth
    Pages 347-388
  12. Shin Lu, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 389-419
  13. Bor S. Luh
    Pages 420-426
  14. Bor S. Luh, Yuan-Kuang Liu
    Pages 428-452
  15. Robert R. Mickus, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 454-468
  16. Bor S. Luh, Robert R. Mickus
    Pages 470-507
  17. B. D. Webb
    Pages 508-538
  18. Bor S. Luh
    Pages 540-565
  19. Bor S. Luh
    Pages 566-594
  20. F. Hsieh, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 596-613
  21. H. H. Wang
    Pages 614-642
  22. F. Hsieh, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 644-668
  23. Bor S. Luh
    Pages 688-713
  24. Chuan Kao, Bor S. Luh
    Pages 714-730
  25. Bor S. Luh, S. Barber, C. Benedito de Barber
    Pages 732-781
  26. Benito O. de Lumen, Helen Chow
    Pages 782-814
  27. Back Matter
    Pages 816-852

About this book


Rice is one of the principal cereals used by the world's inhabitants. The hope for improved nourishment of the world's population depends on the development of better rice varieties and improved methods for rice production and utilization. During the past four decades, interest in rice research and production has increased in many countries. The development of new and better varieties by the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines and other rice research institutes has stimulated numerous research stations to test the performance of these varieties in many countries under different climates, soil properties, cultural practices, and environmental conditions. The methods of harvesting, handling, drying, and milling rough rice have improved as a result of research efforts by the engineers and the rice milling industries. The first edition of Rice: Production and Utilization was published in 1980. This second edition presents the recent developments and progress made by the researchers, the industries, and various experiment stations. Because of the large amounts of literature available in recent years on rice production and utilization, this edition is divided into two volumes, Volume 1: Production and Volume II: Utilization. It is hoped that the books will be useful to rice researchers, processors, and people interested in rice production and utilization. Those studying v vi PREFACE the agronomy of rice plants, especially the genetics, breeding, cultivation, diseases, and insects that attack both the rice plant and the stored grain, will find this edition helpful in their search for new knowledge.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Bor S. Luh
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Food Science and TechnologyUniversity of CaliforniaDavisUSA

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