The use of biotechnology to study wheat endosperm development and improve grain quality

C1 - Edited contributions to conferences/learned societies

Shewry, P. R., Jones, H. D., Holdsworth, M. J., Lenton, J. R. and Edwards, K. J. 2004. The use of biotechnology to study wheat endosperm development and improve grain quality. D'ovidio, R., Lafiandra, D. and Masci, S. (ed.) Gluten Proteins. Proceedings of the 8th Gluten Workshop, Viterbo, 8-10 Septmeber 2003 . Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Cambridge. pp. 3-5

AuthorsShewry, P. R., Jones, H. D., Holdsworth, M. J., Lenton, J. R. and Edwards, K. J.
Year of Publication2004
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Cambridge
Funder project or code411
415
501
Wheat gluten proteins: their characterisation and role in determining the functional properties and end use quality of wheat
Development and application of cereal transformation technologies
Use of maize and rice Mar sequences to stabilise the expression of transgenes in wheat
Project: 4038
Biotechnology resources for arable crop transformation (BRACT)
Page range3-5
EditorsD'ovidio, R., Lafiandra, D. and Masci, S.

Permalink - https://repository.rothamsted.ac.uk/item/89306/the-use-of-biotechnology-to-study-wheat-endosperm-development-and-improve-grain-quality

772 total views
0 total downloads
1 views this month
0 downloads this month