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2017, Vol. 5, Issue 5
Organic composition of IRSSTN genotypes rice evaluated under Iraqi climate

Raghad S Mouhamad, Ameerah H Atiyah, Naghum A Masamsh and Ibrahim B Razaq

The healthy situation in rice-consuming countries varies fundamentally depending upon a web of interfacing monetary, developmental, social, common and dietary components. Despite the area, most rice-subordinate economies have high people advancement rates, low rice yields. Rice has high imperativeness sustenance, absorbable sugar, protein, supplement fundamental for human. Field experiment was conducted to evaluate the different genotypes of IRSSTN Rice and their effect on inorganic and organic content in two set of rice (model 1, 2). Among the nutrients; the content of K and Ca have more significantly in IRSSTN-2 compared with IRSSTN-1, but the contents of P, Mg, and Na in polish grain was less significant in IRSSTN -2 compared with IRSSTN -1. The micronutrient content in polish grain IRSSTN -1 was highly significant in Fe, Cu, Mn, Zn compared with IRSSTN -2. Then again, the most elevated connotation substance of slag, moistness was found in clean seed of IRSSTN - 2 genotypes while IRSSTN - 1 have more noteworthy in sugar and arginine, However, the similar behavior was found in IRSSTN -1; 2, but these differences appeared to present only small changes in the overall score of general acceptability of the foods. So the possibility of using these biochemical characteristics as selection criteria for salt tolerance is discussed
Pages : 1831-1837 | 423 Views | 8 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Raghad S Mouhamad, Ameerah H Atiyah, Naghum A Masamsh, Ibrahim B Razaq. Organic composition of IRSSTN genotypes rice evaluated under Iraqi climate. J Entomol Zool Stud 2017;5(5):1831-1837.
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