Comparative Rice Bran Metabolomics across Diverse Cultivars and Functional Rice Gene–Bran Metabolite Relationships
AbstractRice (Oryza sativa L.) processing yields ~60 million metric tons of bran annually. Rice genes producing bran metabolites of nutritional and human health importance were assessed across 17 diverse cultivars from seven countries using non-targeted metabolomics, and resulted in 378–430 metabolites. Gambiaka cultivar had the highest number and Njavara had the lowest number of metabolites. The 71 rice bran compounds of significant variation by cultivar included 21 amino acids, seven carbohydrates, two metabolites from cofactors and vitamins, 33 lipids, six nucleotides, and two secondary metabolites. Tryptophan, α-ketoglutarate, γ-tocopherol/β-tocopherol, and γ-tocotrienol are examples of bran metabolites with extensive cultivar variation and genetic information. Thirty-four rice bran components that varied between cultivars linked to 535 putative biosynthetic genes using to the OryzaCyc 4.0, Plant Metabolic Network database. Rice genes responsible for bran composition with animal and human health importance is available for rice breeding programs to utilize in crop improvement. View Full-Text
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Zarei, I.; Luna, E.; Leach, J.E.; McClung, A.; Vilchez, S.; Koita, O.; Ryan, E.P. Comparative Rice Bran Metabolomics across Diverse Cultivars and Functional Rice Gene–Bran Metabolite Relationships. Metabolites 2018, 8, 63.
Zarei I, Luna E, Leach JE, McClung A, Vilchez S, Koita O, Ryan EP. Comparative Rice Bran Metabolomics across Diverse Cultivars and Functional Rice Gene–Bran Metabolite Relationships. Metabolites. 2018; 8(4):63.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zarei, Iman; Luna, Emily; Leach, Jan E.; McClung, Anna; Vilchez, Samuel; Koita, Ousmane; Ryan, Elizabeth P. 2018. "Comparative Rice Bran Metabolomics across Diverse Cultivars and Functional Rice Gene–Bran Metabolite Relationships." Metabolites 8, no. 4: 63.
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