Other grain components

  • Y. Fujino
  • J. Kuwata
  • Y. Mano
  • M. Ohnishi


This chapter reviews the lipids, inorganic components, vitamins and possible toxic substances found in cereals from a biochemical and nutritional perspective.


Neutral Lipid Rice Bran Phytic Acid Starch Granule Brown Rice 
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  • Y. Fujino
  • J. Kuwata
  • Y. Mano
  • M. Ohnishi

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