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1978, 1982; juliano 1980; lu et al. She took great pains to select recipes of exceptional representative dishes to include in this compilation, conducting personal interviews and working in the kitchens of many friends. The development the rice caryopsis and its composition book pdf and substance accumulation of rice caryopsis were studied by using the transgenic japonica and indica rice lines with antisense wx gene. Cn abstract rice caryopsis as one of the most important food. This is a list of rice cultivars, also known as rice varieties. The rice grain ( rough rice) consists of an edible part, the rice caryopsis, which is protected by a covering known as hull ( husk). In other hand, some of rice components namely rice bran and rice bran oil contained.
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