Term Information

Accession
CO_320:0000104
Name
rice chalkiness of endosperm trait
Ontology
CO_320_rice
Synonyms
Clk, chalk, chalkiness
Alternate IDs
None
Definition
Describes the extent to which milled (polished, white) rice appears to be a chalky white colour as opposed to translucent white. The chalky appearance arises from the incomplete development of starch grains in the endosperm, which leaves tiny air pockets between starch granules and results in weak grains Source: CO:curators
Comment
None
Subset
None
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Parents of rice chalkiness of endosperm trait (CO_320:0000104)
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rice chalkiness of endosperm trait [is_a relation] is_a  chalky endosperm (TO:0000266)
Children of rice chalkiness of endosperm trait (CO_320:0000104)
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rice chalkiness cervitec assessment method (CO_320:0000544) [method_of relation] method_of  rice chalkiness of endosperm trait
rice chalkiness visual assessment method (CO_320:0000428) [method_of relation] method_of  rice chalkiness of endosperm trait
rice Clk_Cerv_cerv variable (CO_320:0000679) [is_a relation] is_a  rice chalkiness of endosperm trait
rice Clk_Vis_0to9 variable (CO_320:0000680) [is_a relation] is_a  rice chalkiness of endosperm trait
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