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dc.contributor.authorSerrat Gurrera, Xavier-
dc.contributor.authorMoysset Agustí, Lluïsa-
dc.contributor.authorFerreres, Irene-
dc.contributor.authorNogués Mestres, Salvador-
dc.description.abstractRice holds an important sociocultural meaning in Europe, and especially in the gastronomy of its Mediterranean regions, as it is used for world-famous recipes such as Risotto in Italy and Paella in Spain. Paella is prepared with highly appreciated pearled (white-core) rice cultivars such as Bomba or Montsianell, while Risotto is prepared with white-belly Carnaroli cultivar among others. Pearled rice grains have a limited and enclosed translucent zone which is physicochemically different from stress-induced chalky grains present in any rice cultivar at a low rate, and whose opaque area covers at least three quarters of the grain surface. We have studied for the first time the physicochemical aspects of grains from pearled white-belly, white-core and crystalline rice grains of Mediterranean japonica rice cultivars in comparison with their defective stress-induced chalky grains in order to shed some light on their differences. Spanish Bomba and Montsianell white-core (pearled) cultivars have similar physicochemical behaviours but are clearly different from white-belly Carnaroli cultivar. Furthermore, their pearled fractions differ in some traits from stress-induced chalkiness, especially in terms of amyloplastic integrity, relative amylose content and relative storage protein content. This study establishes some physicochemical differences between white-belly, white-core and stressinduced defective chalky grains and will guide future studies to unravel this much-appreciated pearl character in the Mediterranean gastronomy.-
dc.format.extent14 p.-
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dc.relation.ispartofAgronomy, 2023, vol. 13, num. 151-
dc.rightscc-by (c) Serrat Gurrera, Xavier et al., 2023-
dc.sourceArticles publicats en revistes (Biologia Evolutiva, Ecologia i Ciències Ambientals)-
dc.subject.classificationParet abdominal-
dc.subject.classificationCuina (Arròs)-
dc.subject.otherAbdominal wall-
dc.subject.otherCooking (Rice)-
dc.titleDissecting Rice Pearl Character, an Important Added Value in High-Quality Temperate Mediterranean Japonica Cultivars-
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