Study on breeding for crop fine varieties rich in food factors and their functions
Thirty-one crop fine varieties rich in twenty-eight factors were bred, respectively. The contents of the factors were from 1.47 to 16.57 times of the corresponding commercial varieties. Animal experiments were conducted on the seven fine varieties. The effects of the factors from the fine varieties including the high anthocyanin black rice, high polysaccharides tea, high polysaccharides Agaricus blazei, high polysaccharides Grifola frondosa, and high DHEA yam, were significantly better than those from the commercial varieties at equal weight. The effects of proanthocyanidin from the two fine grape varieties were significantly better than those from the commercial varieties at equal PC dose.
Zheng, J.-G.; Lin, J.-K.; Cheng, Z.-X.; Xu, M.; Huang, Z.-W.; Yang, Z.-J.; Chen, T.-S.; Zheng, B.-D.; Zheng, Y.-F.; Huang, K.; Zheng, S.-Q.; Chen, X.-Y.; Wang, J.-Y.; Ye, X.-F.; Yuan, D.-S.; Zheng, K.-B.; Liao, S.-F.; Lin, J.-C.; Chen, L.-H.; Tang, X.-F.; and Zhang, T.
"Study on breeding for crop fine varieties rich in food factors and their functions,"
Journal of Food and Drug Analysis: Vol. 20
, Article 26.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.38212/2224-6614.2092