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    The cereal starch endosperm is the central part of endosperm, and it is rich in starch and protein which are the important resources for human food. The starch and protein are separately accumulated in starch granules and protein bodies. Content and configuration of starch granules and protein bodies affect the quality of the starch endosperm. The development of starch endosperm is mediated by genes, enzymes, and hormones, and it also has a close relationship with other endosperm tissues and embryo. This paper reviews the latest investigations on the starch endosperm and will provide some useful information for the future researches on the development of cereal endosperm.

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    Yankun Zheng, Zhong Wang. The cereal starch endosperm development and its relationship with other endosperm tissues and embryo. Protoplasma. 2015 Jan;252(1):33-40

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    PMID: 25123370

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