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Aromatic japonica (short-grain) rice
Aromatic japonica (short-grain) rice

Aromatic rice is one of the major types of rice.[1] It is a medium- to long-grained rice. It is known for its nut-like aroma and taste, which is caused by the chemical compound 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline.[2] Varieties of aromatic rice include Ambemohar, Basmati, Jasmine, Sona Masuri, Texmati, Tulaipanji, Wehani, Gobindobhog and wild Pecan rice.[3] When cooked, the grains have a light and fluffy texture except for Gobindobhog rice which is sticky in texture.

References

  1. ^ "The U.S. Rice Export Market" (PDF). USDA. Nov 2000.
    "There are four types of rice traded globally: indica, japonica, aromatic, and glutinous."
  2. ^ Ghareyazie, Behzad; Alinia, Faramarz; Menguito, Corazon A.; Rubia, Leila G.; De Palma, Justina M.; Liwanag, Evelyn A.; Cohen, Michael B.; Khush, Gurdev S.; Bennett, John (1997). "Enhanced resistance to two stem borers in an aromatic rice containing a synthetic cryIA(b) gene". Molecular Breeding. 3 (5): 401–414. doi:10.1023/A:1009695324100.
  3. ^ Aromatic Rices. Int. Rice Res. Inst. 2000. pp. 8–. ISBN 978-81-204-1420-4.

Further reading

  • R.K. Singh, U.S. Singh and G.S. Khush (editors). (2000). Aromatic rices. New Delhi : Oxford & IBH Pub. Google Books.


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