2 edition of Influence of uneven emergence of rice on grain yield, yield components and milling quality found in the catalog.
Influence of uneven emergence of rice on grain yield, yield components and milling quality
|Statement||S. Ntamatungiro ... [et al.]|
|Series||Bulletin -- 936., Bulletin (Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 936.|
|Contributions||Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Request PDF | Grain yield and quality responses of tropical hybrid rice to high night-time temperature | High temperature has a pronounced effect on grain yield and quality in rice. Climate change. The Experimental hybrid OSH had the highest yield of grain ( t ha-1) and oil ( t ha-1), while the experimental hybrid OS-H had the highest oil content ( %).
View Show abstract. Milling yields are based on the amount of whole milled kernels (usually the milled product of greatest value) and all sizes of broken kernels obtainable from a unit of rough rice.
Many factors influence milling yield; and the rice processor, usually the miller, must also judge the quality of rice for milling on the basis of variety, moisture. His most recent oat release, AC Morgan, is an outstanding variety for the non-rust areas of western Canada with high grain yield potential, very good straw strength and good milling quality.
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Many factors influence milling yield; and the rice processor, usually the miller, must also judge the quality of rice for milling on the basis of variety, moisture. Advances in Rice Research for Abiotic Stress Tolerance provides an important guide to recognizing, assessing and addressing the broad range of environmental factors that can inhibit rice yield.
As a staple food for nearly half of the world’s population, and in light of projected population growth, improving and increasing rice yield is. Effects Of Different Preceding Crops On The Growth, Yield Components And Grain Yield Of Winter Wheat And Winter Barley; A 20 Year Comparison Of Four Agricultural Systems For Their Sustainability In The Northern Wheat Belt; Long Term Rotation Studies The Influence Of Clover And Crop Sequence On Maize Yields At Glen Innes.
Grain weight is positively correlated with grain yield (Chavan et al., ). Because improvement in grain size and weight has direct bearing on the grain yield, they are the most important traits for selection in increasing grain yield in : R.
Madhusudhana. Rice-Milling Before the advent of mechanical milling, hand-pounding traditional method of rice milling was in practice.
With the introduction of mechanized mills, hand-pounding method has steadily decreased because it could not compete with machine mills. In fact, handpounding rice has got more nutritive value as compared to machine milling rice. Usually milling yield was 70 percent (30% removal) by milling with water wheels and mixed abrasive powders, however the type C achieved 40 percent of milling yield (60% removal of outer layers.
The rice (Oryza sativa L.)–wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cropping system is the largest agricultural production system worldwide, and is practised on 24 Mha in Asia.
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Identification and mapping of genomic regions associated with controlling milling yield in rice will facilitate breeding of new rice varieties with high milling quality and therefore a betterFile Size: 7MB. The parboiling process is applied to rice with a preliminary objective of hardening the kernel in order to maximize head rice yield in milling.
However, hardness is one of the most important physical properties of parboiled rice because it reduces broken rice and nutrient losses during milling, which considerably increases the nutritional value Author: Seye Sene, Momar Talla Gueye, Fallou Sarr, Younoussa Diallo, Ramatoulaye Fall, Mouhamed Lamine Gaye.
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The head rice yield was about % lower when compared to the inlet quality. Tab. 5 Milling quality of paddy dried in local dryer The local dryer also showed higher fluctuations in outlet moisture content ( ± %) when compared to the outlet moisture content obtained with the Bühler dryer line (14 ± %).
Recently, yield reduction in rice has been correlated with increased nighttime temperatures: grain yield declines by 10% for each 1 °C increase in growingseason minimum temperature in the dry season in irrigated tropical rice.
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growth stages, grain yield, milling yield, and grain quality. RESULTS Yield The average RRVP yield was bu/acre with a range of to bu/acre (Table 1). The RRVP average yield was 29 bu/acre more than the estimated state yield of bu/acre. This difference File Size: 3MB. Rice bran is the thin coating on the rice grain, exists between the rice grain and the rice husk.
Rice bran which is a byproduct of the rice milling process is highly nutritious due to the presence of lipids, protein, minerals and vitamins.
Rice bran oil has a high medicinal value and hence is used in many pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.In contrast, different soil and climatic conditions, especially temperature and moisture content during grain filling (Passarella et al., ) can cause a high variation in major grain yield components and, hence, total grain yield and quality of malting barley (Atlin et al., ; Paunović et al., ; Madić et al., ).Sprouted cereal grains are unsuitable for milling or malting and their commercial value is reduced to that of feed grain.
Recent Canadian data show that 8 million hectares of bread wheat and 2 million hectares of durum wheat are grown each year, and the downgrading of the crop due to pre-harvest sprouting costs growers more than $Can million.