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Meyer, C. , et al. (2004). Engineering starch biosynthesis for increasing rice seed weight: the role of the cytoplasmic ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase. Plant Science, 167(6), 1323–1333. , Segui-Simarro, J. , & Farran, I. (2013). Overexpression of plastidial thioredoxin f leads to enhanced starch accumulation in tobacco leaves. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 11(5), 618–627. , Hwang, S. , et al. (2008). Mutation of the plastidial alpha-glucan phosphorylase gene in rice affects the synthesis and structure of starch in the endosperm.
For instance, starch modulates the wettability, the printability, and writing properties of paper. It is added at several stages of the production process, that is, while the paper is still a cellulose pulp, when it is passing through the drying rollers, and as a final coating to meet the many special requirements of printer. S. 040 are largely used to improve retention of (ligno)cellulose fibers and fillers during the process. Typically, printing and writing papers contain, respectively, 4% starch, paper board 2% starch, and domestic and industrial papers 2% starch.
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