Poster Papers

International Wheat Quality Conference
Manhattan, KS, USA
May 18-22, 1997


1 Friabilins and Puroindolines in Relation to Endosperm Texture of Breadwheat. J. B. Adams, H. M. Brown, L. Day, P. Greenwell and S. J. Lock. Campden & Chorleywood Food Res. Assn., Chipping Campden, U.K.
2 Studies on Late-maturity Alpha-amylases of Breadwheat. D. G. Bhandari, . D. Evers, P. Greenwell, N. D. Saunders and R. Seamer. Campden & Chorleywood Food Res. Assn., Chipping Campden, U.K.
3 The Cereals & Cereal Processing Division of CCFRA. P. Greenwell. Campden & Chorleywood Food Res. Assn., Chipping Campden, U.K.
4 On-line Measurement of Bran in Flour by Image Analysis. M. B. Whitworth, T. D. Evers, and C. J. Brock. Campden & Chorleywood Food Res. Assn., Chipping Campden, U.K.
5 Stored Wheat Insect Control With Diatomaceous Earth Formulations. Bh. Subramanyam1, K. Kramer2, and J. Throne2. 1Dept of Entomology, U. of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. 2USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS .
6 Distribution and Effectiveness of a Diatomaceous Earth Dust Applied to Empty Bins Through Aeration Fans. Bh. Subramanyam and S. Norwood, U. of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.
7 Characterization of Wheat Gliadin Blocks by Gel Electrophoresis, Reversed-phase HPLC, and Capillary Electrophoresis. J. A. Bietz1 and J. Waga2. 1USDA-ARS, Peoria, IL. 2Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Inst., Cracow, Poland
8 Relationships of Protein Composition to Quality of Eastern-U.S. Soft Wheats. F. R. Huebner1, J. A. Bietz1, and P. Finney2. 1USDA-ARS, Peoria, IL 2USDA-ARS, Wooster, OH
9 Stored Product Research and Education Center, Oklahoma State University. R. Noyes, T. Phillips, P. Kenkel, G. Cuperus and J. Criswell, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.
10 Chilled Aeration of Stored Wheat. Dirk E. Maier , Darren Zink, and Linda J. Mason, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
11 Survey of Wheat Storage Management Practices in North America. M. A. Martin, C. R. Edwards, L. J. Mason, and D. E. Maier. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
12 Study of Polyphenol Oxidase Activity in Durum Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring Wheat and Triticale. D. Y. K. Fenn, T. N. McCaig, J. M. Clarke, and R. E. Knox. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
13 Immunochemical Relatedness of Wheat Granule Bound Starch Synthase 1 (GBSS 1) to Other Plant Species. T. Demeke1,2, P. Hucl2, and R. N. Chibbar1. 1National Research Council, Saskatoon. 2University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
14 Isolation and Characterization of cDNA Clones Encoding Granule-bound Starch Synthase Isoform I in Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.). M. A. Matus1,2, P. Hucl2, and R. N. Chibbar2. 1U. of Saskatchewan. 2National Research Council, Saskatoon, Saskatoon, SK., Canada
15 Starch Debranching Enzyme Activities in Developing Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and Durum (Triticum durum) Kernels. S. Netrphan1,2, O. Asemota1, R. L. Khandelwal2, and R. N. Chibbar1. 1NRC Canada, Saskatoon. 2University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
16 Production of Transgenic Wheat Lines with Altered Starch Branching Enzyme Expression Levels. A. Repellin, C. S. Mallard, K. Caswell, N. Leung, L. Steinhauer, M. Baga, and R.N. Chibbar. Plant Biotechnology Institute, NRRC, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
17 Use of Response Surface Methods to Determine Mixograph Absorption. Mark Ingelin and Odean Lukow. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
18 Cereal Chemistry and Quality Research at Winnipeg. M. E. Ingelin1, O. M. Lukow1, B. M. Watts2, L. J. Malcolmson2, and F. Townley-Smith1. 1Agric. and Agri-Food Canada, 2U. of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MT
19 Comparison of Mortality of Storage Insects in Wheat Treated with Inert Dust and Deltamethrin. L. M. Dupchak, F. A. Lazzari, and S. M. N. Lazzari. Universidade Federal do Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
20 Fungi in Wheat Stored in Southern Brazil. F. A. Lazzari and P. R. V. S. Pereira. Universidade Federal do Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
21 Comparison of the Quality of Wheat from Different Origins. S. M. N. Lazzari, F. A. Lazzari, and L. M. Dupchak. Universidade Federal do Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
22 Evaluation of Insecticides to Control Sitophilus oryzae (L.), and Rhyzopertha dominica (Fab.) in Wheat. Paulo R. V. S. Pereira, A. R. Pinto Jr., R. S. Furiatti, and F. A. Lazzari. Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil.
23 Insect Control in Wheat with Inert Dusts. A. R. Pinto, Junior and F. A. Lazzari. Universidade Federal do Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
24 The Use of the Acoustic Method for the Estimation of Wheat Technological Properties. G. Juodeikiene1, L. Basinskiene1, L. Jakubauskiene1, and V. Kunigelis2. 1Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania. 2Vilnius University, Lithuania.
25 Prediction of Wheat Technological Quality by Biochemical Method. M. Menkovska1, D. Knezevic2, and M. Ivanoski1. 1University "St. Kiril and Methodi", Skopje, R. Macedonia. 2Institute for Small Grains, Kragujevac, SR Yugoslavia.
26 Breadmaking Quality of Wheat Grain in the Czech Republic. Dr. Kvetoslav Hubik. Agricultural Research Institute Kromeriz Ltd., Kromeriz, Czech Republic.
27 Methods and Apparatus for Prediction Baking Properties of Wheat. Zygmunt K. Ambroziak and Kazimierz Godkicwicz. Research Institute of Baking, Warsaw, Poland.
28 Variation at Low-Molecular-Weight Bands of Seed Storage Protein in Japanese Wheats. Hiro Nakamura1, Atsuo Inazu2, and Genkiti Takeda2. 1National Agriculture Research Center, Tsukuba, Ibaraki. 2Tamagawa University, Machida, Tokyo, Japan.
29 Starch Properties and Utilization of Chinese Black-grain Wheat and Selected Specialty Wheats. Wende Li1, Shancheng Sun2, and Harold Corke1. 1University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. 2Institute of Crop Genetics, Shanxi Academy of Agric. Sciences, Taiyuan, China.
30 Screening for Amylose Content in Relation to Starch Functional Properties in Wheat Genetic Resources. Monisha Bhattacharya and Harold Corke. Cereal Science Laboratory, Department of Botany, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
31 Use of Sweetpotato in Wheat-sweetpotato Composite Flour Products as Affected by pH-dependent Amylase Activity and Pasting Properties. Lilia S. Collado and Harold Corke. Cereal Science Laboratory, Dept. of Botany, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
32 Some Small-Scale Techniques for Measuring Noodle Quality. Harold Corke, Monisha Bhattacharya, Xiaofang Chen, and Lilia S. Collado. Cereal Science Lab., Dept. of Botany, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
33 Effect of Beta-cyclodextrin and Xanthan Gum on Pasting Properties of Wheat and Potato Starch and Wheat Flour. W. Li1, L. Chang2, and H. Corke1. 1Cereal Science Lab., The Univ. of Hong Kong. 2Carbohydrate Lab., South China Univ. of Technology, Guangzhou, China.
34 Steamed Bread Quality of Chinese Wheat Cultivars. J. Zhu1, L. O'Brien2, and R. Booth3. 1Beijing Plant Cell Bioeng. Lab., Beijing, P R China. 2The University of Sydney, Plant Breeding Inst., Narrabri, NSW, Australia. 3Newport Scientific Pty. Ltd., Warriewood, NSW, Australia.
35 Small Scale Quality Testing at the Agricultural Research Institute, Wagga Wagga, Australia. J. R. Oliver and H. M. Allen. NSW Agriculture, Agric. Research Institute, PMB Wagga Wagga, Australia.
36 Quality Variation Among Soft Wheat Breeding Lines Derived from Crosses Involving Tincurrin. L. O'Brien1, S. H. Shah1, G. Brown2, D. The2, and J. Bell2. 1The University of Sydney, Plant Breeding Institute, Narrabri, NSW. 2The U. of Sydney, Cobbitty, NSW, Australia.
37 Differences in Distribution of Tissue Nitrogen in Bread Wheat Genotypes. Hou Youliang and L. O'Brien. The University of Sydney, Plant Breeding Institute, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.
38 The Genetic Basis of Tissue Nitrogen Content of Wheat. M. A. Rostami, L. O'Brien, and S. H. Shah. The University of Sydney, Plant Breeding Institute, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.
39 Effect of Allelic Variation for Glutenin Loci on Dough Mixing Properties and Stickiness in 1BL/1RS Wheats. Y. J. Jin and D. J. Mares. The U. of Sydney, Plant Breeding Institute, Narrabri, NSW Australia.
40 Association between Polymeric Protein and Quality Characteristics in 1BL/1RS Translocation Wheats. Y. J. Jin and D. J. Mares. The U. of Sydney, Plant Breeding Inst., Narrabri, NSW Australia.
41 Effects of Addition of Cereal Germ Protein Isolates on Physical and Nutritional Properties of Wheat Dough. S. Uthayakumaran1, S. Tomoskozi2, P. W. Gras1, and F. Bekes1. 1CSIRO Div. of Plant Indust., North Ryde, NSW, Australia. 2Technical Univ. of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary.
42 The Effects of Altering Protein Content and Gliadin-to-Glutenin Ratio on the Functional Properties of Wheat Flour. S. Uthayakumaran, P. W. Gras, F. Bekes, and D. Murray. CSIRO Division of Plant Industry, North Ryde, NSW, Australia.
43 Wheat in Portugal: Current Research and Main Achievements on Quality at National Plant Breeding Station (ENMP). Carla M. Brites1, B. Maçãs1, M. Guerreiro2, and F. Bagulho1. 1ENMP - Estação Nacional de Melhoramento de Plantas, Elvas, Portugal. 2EPAC, S.A., Lisboa, Portugal.
44 The Effect of Protein and Polysaccharide Composition on the Rheological Properties of Doughs Prepared from Different Wheat Cultivars. J. Lopes da Silva1 and C. Brites2. 1ICETA - Univ. do Porto, Porto. 2Estação Nacional de Melhoramento de Plantas, Elvas, Portugal.
45 Starch Processing Quality of French Wheat and Influence of the Cultivation Conditions. J. P. Leygue and A. Le Bras. Institut Technique des Céréales et des Fourrages (ITCF), Paris, France.
46 French Wheat Classification by NIT Spectroscopy Analysis. B. Mahaut1 and E. Grimonpont2. 1Institut Technique des Céréales et des Fourrages, Laboratoire Qualité des Céréales, Paris. 2GIE Infratec Moneteau, France.
47 Genetic Analysis of Endosperm Proteins and their Relationship with Quality in Triticum Sp. Jose M. Carrillo, J. F. Vazquez, M. Rodriguez-Quijano, M. T. Nieto-Taladriz, M. Ruiz, M. Gomez and M. C. Martinez. Univ. Politecnica de Madrid, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid, Spain.
48 Selection of Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) For Bread-making Quality at Cereal Research Institute, Szeged. Z. Kertesz and J. Matuz. Cereal Research Institute, Szeged, Hungary.
49 Durum Wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) Breeding in Szeged, Hungary. J. Matuz and B. Beke. Cereal Research Institute, Szeged, Hungary.
50 Influence of Different Agronomic Conditions on Quality of Winter Wheat in Hungary. Dr. Zoltán Gyôri. Debrecen Agricultural University Central Laboratory, Debrecen, Hungary.
51 Breeding for High Gluten Content Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Genotypes under Eastern-European Climatic Conditions. Z. Bedo, L. Lang, G. Vida, A. Juhasz, and I. Karsai. Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvasar, Hungary.
52 The Influence of the Wheat Hardness on Some Energetic Characteristics of Grinding. István Bölöni1, Antal Véha2, and Ernõ Gyimes2. 1Hungarian Inst. of Agric. Eng., Gödöllõ, Hungary. 2University of Horticulture and Food, Szeged, Hungary.
53 Principles of Sour Dough Fermentation. J. M. Brummer. Federal Centre for Cereal, Potato and Lipid Technology, Detmold and Munster, Detmold, Germany.
54 Evaluation of Rheological Properties of Additives in Wheat Dough. Rolf Zimmermann. Fachhochschule Fulda, Lebensmitteltechnologie, Fulda, Germany.
55 Grain Quality of Wheat in Kazakstan. A. Abugalieva1 and L. Dracheva2. 1Kazakh Research Institute of Agriculture, Almalybak. 2Kazakh State Committee for Varieties Trial, Almaty, Kazakstan.
56 Determination of High Quality Hard Wheat Growing Locations in Kazakstan. A. I. Abugalieva1, L. M. Dracheva2, and V. I. Savin1. 1Kazakh Research Institute of Agriculture, Almalybak. 2Kazakh State Committee for Variety Trials, Almaty, Kazakstan.
57 The Modification of the Express-Method for Determining Gluten Quality of Wheat Flour with Inferior Properties. R. Polandova, G. Dremucheva, O. Karchevskaya. State Research Institute of Baking Industry, Moscow, Russia.
58 Highly Converted Product (Product by Hydrolysis) from Wheat Flour and its Application in Breadmaking by the Method of Intensive Technology. R. Polandova, G. Dremucheva, and L. Shelelenko. State Research Institute of Baking Industry, Moscow, Russia.
59 Activities of the USDA/ARS Regional Wheat Quality Laboratories. I. Soft Wheat Quality Laboratory. P. Finney, C. Gaines, J. Donelson (Ret.), C. Bergman, D. Gualberto, R. Martin, L. Andrews, J. Kinney, B. Renner, A. Bugaj, S. Croskey, G. Kirchhofer, and M. Raeker. Soft Wheat Quality Laboratory, Wooster, OH.
60 Activities of the USDA/ARS Regional Wheat Quality Laboratories. II. Hard Winter Wheat Quality Laboratory. O. K. Chung1, B. W. Seabourn1, M. S. Caley1, K. T. Fay1, R. K. Lyne1, X. Liu2, Z. L. Haden2, and Z. S. Xio2. 1USDA-ARS, 2Kansas State Univ., Manhattan, KS.
61 Activities of the USDA/ARS Regional Wheat Quality Laboratories. III. Western Wheat Quality Laboratory. C. F. Morris, H. C. Jeffers, A. D. Bettge, M. J. Giroux, D. A. Engle, M. L. Baldridge, B. S. Patterson, R. L. Ader, G. E. King, B. C. Davis, W. Kelley, and L. Siebol. USDA-ARS, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
62 Activities of the USDA/ARS Regional Wheat Quality Laboratories. IV. Hard Red Spring and Durum Wheat Quality Laboratory. G. A. Hareland, J. D. Wear, D. Puhr, and M. Skunberg. USDA-ARS, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND.
63 Entomological Research in the Biological Research Unit. James. E. Baker, M. A. Mullen, R. W. Howard, and D. W. Hagstrum. USDA, ARS, Grain Marketing and Production Research Center, Manhattan, KS 66502.
64 Expression of Rice and Insect Chitinases in Transgenic Wheat. Xu Gu1, Qing L. Mi1, S. Muthukrishnan2, G. Liang1, and K. J. Kramer3. 1Dept. of Agronomy, Kansas State University, 2Department of Biochemistry, KSU, 3USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
65 Relationships of Various Protein Fractions with Wheat Baking Quality. S. R. Bean1, S. K. Akkina1, R. K. Lyne2, G. L. Lookhart2 , and O. K. Chung2. 1Kansas State University, Manhattan. 2USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
66 Capillary Electrophoresis of Wheat Proteins. S. R. Bean1, S. K. Akkina1, R. K. Lyne2, and G. L. Lookhart2. 1Kansas State University, Manhattan. 2USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
67 New Extraction and Fractionation Methods for Wheat Flour Lipids. O. K. Chung1, J. D. Hubbard1, J. M. Downing2, and J. B. Ohm2. 1USDA/ARS, Manhattan. 2Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
68 Volatiles Extracted from Whole and Ground Wheat Samples by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide and Direct Helium Purge. L. M. Seitz1, R. Rengarajan2, and M. S. Ram2. 1USDA/ARS, Manhattan. 2Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
69 Digitization of Interpretive Line Slides for Development of a Visual Grain Grading Knowledge Base. R. E. Dempster and J. L. Steele. USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
70 Automated Measurement of Single Wheat Kernel Protein, Moisture, and Color Class Using NIR Reflectance. F. E. Dowell, C. R. Martin, J. L. Steele, and D. Wang. USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
71 Development of a Grain Odor Sampler. C. R. Martin, D. B. Sauer, L. M. Seitz, and J. L. Steele. USDA-ARS, Manhattan KS.
72 The Single Kernel Wheat Characterization System (SKWCS). C. R. Martin and J. L. Steele. USDA-ARS, Manhattan KS.
73 Mixograph Instrumentation. M. D. Shogren, J. L. Steele and D. L. Brabec. USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
74 The Determination of Single Wheat Kernel Color Class Using Visible and Near-Infrared Reflectance. D. Wang1, Floyd E. Dowell1, and Ron E. Lacey2. 1USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS. 2Texas A&M University, College Station TX .
75 Digital Imaging for Bread Assessment. I. Y. Zayas and O. K. Chung. USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
76 Development of Uniform Wheat Dockage and Shrunken and Broken Kernels Determination Procedure. D. S. Chung, C. Spillman, S. K. Lee, E. Maghirang, and C. H. Lee. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
77 Energy Requirements for Size Reduction of Wheat - First Break Milling. E. Haque1, P. V. Reddy1, C. K. Spillman1, Q. Fang1, and J. L. Steele2. 1Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2USDA-ARS, Manhattan, KS.
78 Development of an Experimental Roller Mill. C. K. Spillman1, E. Haque1, P. V. Reddy1, Q. Fang1, and J. L. Steele3. 1Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2USDA/ARS, Manhattan, KS.
79 Detection of O-Glycosidically Linked Mannose within the Structure of a Highly Purified Glutenin Subunit Isolated from Chinese Spring Wheat. K. A. Tilley. Kansas State Univ., Manhattan, KS.
80 The HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition of Bulgarian Bread Wheat Varieties Bred in the Institute for Wheat and Sunflower "Dobroudja". P. Ivanov, I. Todorov, and I. Ivanova. Institute for Wheat and Sunflower "Dobroudja", General Toshevo, Bulgaria.
81 High Molecular Weight Glutenin Subunit Composition of Winter Wheat Cultivars Grown in Romania During the Last 15 Years. Ioana Hagima, N. N. Säulescu, and Gh. Ittu. Research Institute for Cereals and Industrial Crops, Fundulea, Romania.
82 Genetic Markers in Selection of Wheat on Seed Quality. A. A. Sozinov. Institute of Agriecology and Biotechnology, Ukraine.
83 Fusarium graminearum and Deoxynivalenol Levels in Kansas Wheat. Dionisia M. Trigo-Stockli, and John R. Pedersen. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
84 Double Purpose Management of Wheat for Forage and Grain Production: Influence on Milling and Baking Quality. M. Castro1 and Daniel Vázquez2. 1Programa Nacional de Evaluacion de Cultivares, 2Lab. de Calidad Industrial de Granos, INIA, La Estanzuela, Colonia, Uruguay.
85 A Study into the Factors Determining Bread Making Quality in Wheat. S. Ceretta, F. A. Van Eeuwijk, L. Z. P. Keizer, H. Bonthuis, and M. Kelfkens. Inst. Nacional de Investigacion Agropecuaria, Colonia. Uruguay.
86 Suitability of the Glutomatic Parameters for Rapid Estimation of Industrial Quality in Wheat Breeding Lines. Daniel Vázquez. Peyronel Lab., Calidad de Granos, INIA-La Estanzuela, Colonia, Uruguay.
87 Late Nitrogen Application for Effective Utilization on Final Product Quality of Triticum durum Varieties. E. De Stefanis, A. Alessandroni, and D. Sgrulletta. Instituto Sperimentale per la Cerealicoltura, Roma, Italy.
88 Wheat Quality in Italy: Evolution and Perspectives. M. Carcea and L. A. Pasqui. National Institute of Nutrition, Roma, Italy in collaboration with ITALMOPA (Italian Association of Industrial Millers and Pasta Makers).
89 Heat Stress During Grain Filling and Product Quality of Durum Wheat Varieties. D. Sgrulletta and E. De Stefanis. Instituto Sperimentale per la Cerealicoltura, Roma, Italy.
90 Effect of High Temperature Stress on Transcript Levels of Individual Storage Protein Genes in Developing Wheat Grains. S. B. Altenbach, S. Kitisakkul, and K. Suyenaga. USDA-ARS Albany, CA.
91 Effects of High Growing Temperature on Protein Accumulation and Polymerization During Development of Wheat Endosperm. F. DuPont and R. Chan. USDA-ARS, Albany, CA.
92 Wheat Research at WRRC. Frances Dupont and Ann E. Blechl. USDA ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA.
93 Wheat Quality Improvement via Biotechnology. Ann E. Blechl1, Olin D. Anderson1, and Frank Bekes2. 1USDA-ARS WRRC, Albany, CA, USA. 2CSIRO Division of Plant Industry, North Ryde, NSW Australia.
94 The GrainGenes Genome Database as a Resource for Wheat Quality Information. Gerard R. Lazo1, Olin D. Anderson1, and David Matthews2. 1USDA-ARS WRRC, Albany, CA. 2Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.
95 Cloning and Characterization of Starch Branching Enzymes from Wheat. Kent F. McCue and Olin D. Anderson. USDA-ARS, Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA.


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