Korean Journal of Breeding Science :eISSN 2287-5174 / pISSN 0250-3360

Table. 5.

Pasting properties of U.S. rice varieties

Variety Pasting temperature
Peak viscosity
Trough viscosity
Final viscosity
Boramchan 72.8gz 269de 206a 297a 62i 28bc R_UV1
Rico1 75.6f 270d 162bc 270bc 108fg -1e R_UV1
Pecos 76.5e 303c 171b 264bcd 132cd -40g R_UV2
Saturn 76.4e 336a 171b 256cd 165b -80h R_UV2
Mars 76.5e 322b 142d 228ef 180a -94i R_UV2
Saber 80.0cd 261ef 166bc 297a 95h 36ab R_UV1
Shortlabelle 80.7c 242h 116g 237e 126d -5ef R_UV4
A008 76.5e 296c 157c 267bc 139c -29g R_UV2
Bluebelle 79.8d 250gh 121fg 250d 129cd 0e R_UV4
Rajbonnet 79.9d 250gh 127efg 271b 123de 20cd R_UV4
Cypress 79.7d 250gh 136de 269bc 114ef 20cd R_UV4
Cocodrie 81.5b 173i 99h 216f a73i 44a R_UV3
Lacassine 79.7d 252g 138de 264bcd 114ef 12d R_UV4
Jefferson 80.3cd 266de 132def 251d 135cd -15f R_UV4
A020 82.7a 257fg 156c 290a 101gh 33ab R_UV4
Totaly 79.0 266 143 259 124 -7
Range 75.6-82.7 173-336 99-171 216-298 73-180 -94-44

zMeans with same letters in a column are not significantly different at p<0.05 (ANOVA followed by DMRT)

yThe value of total is calculated for U.S. rice varieties (n=14)

Korean J. Breed. Sci. 2022;54:81-97 https://doi.org/10.9787/KJBS.2022.54.2.81
© 2022 Korean J. Breed. Sci.