Structure and biomechanical properties of the gluten proteins deposited in the developing wheat grain: relationship to functional properties at harvest

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Shewry, P. R., Wellner, N., Mills, E. N. C., Brownsey, G., Wilson, R. H., Brown, N. A., Freeman, J., Halford, N. G. and Belton, P. S. 2004. Structure and biomechanical properties of the gluten proteins deposited in the developing wheat grain: relationship to functional properties at harvest. Black, C. K., Rebetzke, G. J. and Panozzo, J. F. (ed.) Cereals 2004: Proceedings 54th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference and 11th Wheat Breeders' Assembly, Canberra, 21-24 September 2004 . Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Melbourne. pp. 377-379

AuthorsShewry, P. R., Wellner, N., Mills, E. N. C., Brownsey, G., Wilson, R. H., Brown, N. A., Freeman, J., Halford, N. G. and Belton, P. S.
Year of Publication2004
PublisherRoyal Australian Chemical Institute, Melbourne
Funder project or code501
Project: 4038
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
Page range377-379
EditorsBlack, C. K., Rebetzke, G. J. and Panozzo, J. F.

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