Cereal Chemistry May-June 1969, Volume 46, Number 3

The Microscopic Structure of Popped Cereals.
Roger M. Reeve and H. G. Walker, Jr.
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Effect of Moisture Content on Mechanical Properties of Shelled Corn.
Leora Shelef and Nuri N. Mohsenin.
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Distribution and Subcellular Structure of Endosperm Protein in Varieties of Ordinary and High-Lysine Maize.
M. J. Wolf, U. Khoo, and H. L. Seckirzger.
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Albumins and Globulins in Extracts of Corn Grain Parts.
J. W. Paulis and J. S. Wall.
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A Modified Micro Sedimentation Test for Screening Early-Generation Wheat Selections.
J. S. Kitterman and M. A. Barmore.
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A Note on Some Protein, Ash, Viscosity, and Damaged-Starch Relationships in the Sedimentation Test.
J. S. Kitterman and M. A. Barmore.
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Alcohol-Soluble Proteins of Grain Sorghum.
L. V. S. Sastry and T. K. Virupaksha.
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Variation in Protein composition within the Endosperm of Hard Wheat.
N. L. Kent and A. D. Evers.
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Improved Nutrient Utilization from Wheat Subjected to Autoclaving and Freezing.
Safaa El Lakany, Jacob Biely, and B. E. March.
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Distribution of Hydroxyethyl Groups in Hydroxyethyl Starch.
G. N. Bollenback, R. S. Golik, and F. W. Parrish.
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Note on Free Radicals in Starch Derivatives.
Toin R. Thomson, Gary L. Loper. and George A. Bulow.
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Comparative Protein Quality of Triticale, Wheat, and Rye.
J. E. Knipfel.
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Wheat Proteases. I. Separation and Detection by Starch-Gel Electrophoresis.
E. Kanlinski and W. Bushuk.
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Note on the Separation and Baking Properties of Polar and Nonpolar Wheat Flour Lipids.
J. G. Ponte, Jr., and V. A. De Stefanis.
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Erratum (Vol. 46, p. 145, VanEtten et al.)
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