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Table 2 Comparison of the pasting properties of rice starch among near-isogenic lines (NILs) a

From: Genetic Dissection and Functional Differentiation of ALKa and ALKb, Two Natural Alleles of the ALK/SSIIa Gene, Responding to Low Gelatinization Temperature in Rice

GenotypePKV (cP)HPV (cP)BDV (cP)CPV (cP)SBV (cP)CSV (cP)PeT (min)PaT (°C)
Nip(ALKa)3516 ± 11a1562 ± 18 b1954 ± 7b2096 ± 18b− 1420 ± 5b534 ± 12b5.7 ± 0.0b76.65 ± 0.01b
NIL(ALKb)3407 ± 7b1820 ± 10a1587 ± 13c2739 ± 11a−668 ± 8a919 ± 23a5.9 ± 0.0a73.45 ± 00.02c
NIL(ALKc)3587 ± 9a925 ± 25c2662 ± 8a1177 ± 7c− 2410 ± 6c252 ± 8c4.9 ± 0.0c82.25 ± 00.01a
  1. aData represent means ± standard deviations, n = 2. PKV Peak viscosity, HPV Hot peak viscosity, BDV Breakdown, CPV Cool pasting viscosity, SBV Setback, CSV Consistence viscosity, PeT Peak time, PaT Pasting temperature. The small letters in each column indicate significant differences among genotypes (P < 0.05)