Starch properties of high and low amylose proso millet (Panicum miliaceum L.) genotypes are differentially affected by varying salt and pH

Tongze Zhang, Kehu Li, Xinghua Ding, Zhongquan Sui, Qiong Qiong Yang, Nagendra P. Shah, Guoqing Liu*, Harold Corke

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