Understanding Variant Soft Wheat Starch Behavior Due to Genotype and Environment Grant uri icon

Overview

abstract

  • Quality and end-use properties of soft wheat flours in the Pacific Northwest have been shown to vary significantly by cultivar, crop year, and growing location. The purpose of this project is to identify the compositional and/or structural features within the starch fraction that are responsible for the variable properties observed among flours and starches both differing and identical genetic background cultivated under diverse environmental conditions.

date/time interval

  • December 1, 2000 - November 30, 2003

sponsor award ID

  • IDA00003-CG

People

contributor

  • Huber, Kurt   Principal Investigator   2000 - 2003