A Study On The Effect Of Storage Conditions On The Quality Of
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A Study On The Effect Of Storage Conditions On The Quality Of Four Chinese Rice Varieties
Rice quality is partially determined by weather conditions during production but is largely controlled by harvesting methods and postharvest practices particularly during storage and milling. In this present study, the relationship between storage conditions and the quality of milled rice stored in paddy was investigated. One packing material and two storage conditions (temperature and humidity) were evaluated on four Chinese rice varieties (Zhong dao feng you, Er you xiang 66, long grain varieties and Liao xing, Yan feng, short grain varieties). The changes in free fatty acid (FFA) and physiochemical properties (moisture content and grain breakage, hardness and degree of balance, whiteness DownloadViews: 49

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