structure of sorghum

The structure of mature caryopses of pearl millet is very similar to the structure of sorghum (Fig. Though technology required for transformation of sorghum into excellent products is in general available, economics and availability of good quality sorghum flour are critical factors limiting use of sorghum. Sudangrass is a cultivated form of S. bicolor subsp. The highest amount of alcohol and free alpha amino nitrogen were recovered with adjuncts of CSH 18 and CSH 16 with SPV 824 malt. Sorghum starch from the hard endosperm is difficult to separate from the protein matrix. Flowering grain-sorghum crops are the most susceptible to midges for egg-laying at the time of anthesis. In finger, prove and foxtail millets the pericarp is like a sack, loosely attached to the endosperm at only one point. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. Aleurone cells contain a thick cell wall, large amounts of proteins (protein bodies) and enzymes, ash (phytic acid bodies), and oil bodies (spherosomes). Concerning protein digestibility, there is strong evidence that wet cooking reduces the protein digestibility of sorghum foods, primarily due to disulfide bond–mediated cross-linking involving the kafirin prolamin proteins. Sorghum endosperm can be easily extruded into a wide variety of snacks and other ready-to-eat products. The DNA fragments designated SbCAD-IP1 and … Most of the greenbug (S. graminum (Rondani) [biotype C]) resistant hybrids grown in the United States have been derived from the race virgatum of Sorghumbicolor ssp. Similar to Nigeria, changes in government policies in favor of sorghum encourage the industrial benefits of sorghum. Till date, many sorghum transgenics were reported using particle bombardment and Agrobacterium-mediated methods by making use of shoot apical meristems and immature embryos as the explant material. About Sorghum bicolor. Because of this and other uses of sorghum for food, an understanding of the whole grain structure is im­ portant. Sorghum is extremely recalcitrant to produce transgenic plants in vitro. These layers affect the processing and nutrient digestibilities of sorghum. Screening of the sorghum world collection has shown that a number of lines of Indian origin possess high degree of resistance to shoot fly. ), sorghum midge, Stenodiplosis sorghicola (Coq. Screening for midge resistance in sorghum under natural infestation has inherent problems because of fluctuations in adult population over an extended period and their ovipositional activities. Mineral and vitamin composition of sorghum. Australia is the only non-African country where sorghum production significantly exceeds that of maize. To better understand the factors and mechanisms involved in starch and protein digestibility and micronutrient availability in sorghum and millet foods, there must be far greater emphasis on in vivo studies, especially using appropriate human subjects. Incubating M. hapla eggs in Sudangrass extract resulted in a 55% reduction in the number of juveniles (J2) penetrating lettuce roots, but juveniles exposed to the extracts were not affected (Widmer and Abawi, 2000). In their study, as seed mass increased with backcross generation, rhizome expression decreased, that is, backcross progeny became more like the S. bicolor parent although there were exceptions. Genotypes with high stem sugar content are reported to be susceptible to stem borer incidence (Bhatt and Singh, 2003). Sorghum mosaic virus was a major causal agent for sugarcane mosaic disease in China whereby 72.1% (75/104) of samples had SrMV infection alone, 6.7% (7/104) were mixed with SCMV and 17.3% (18/104) were mixed with SCSMV. Porridges are popular sorghum foods. The basic kernel structure is similar in sorghum and different millets. Sorghum seedlings are smaller than corn due to smaller seed size. Tannin sorghums have a pigmented testa beneath the pericarp. Total production appears to have declined in China, apparently for similar reasons to the changes in India, particularly involving the greater availability of rice. Notably, in comparison with sorghum, pearl millet has smaller kernels with a 1000 kernel weight of 3–15 g versus 5–80 g for sorghum and proportionally a larger germ and consequently a smaller endosperm. If the main panicle is damaged, branches can produce grain ( 2 ). The testa is pigmented when a dominant allele is present in both B loci (B1–B2-). Introduction. Hisar in North India is identified as a hot spot for the sorghum stem borer, where severe infestations of this pest occur regularly. Yi-Hong Wang, ... Ismail Dweikat, in Genetic and Genomic Resources for Grain Cereals Improvement, 2016. 149–175. Shown only the top 20 per capita producing countries in Table 5.1. In India, over the past five decades, a large proportion of the world, Singh and Rana (1992), Chandra Shekar (1991), Bapat and Mote, 1982; Mote 1984; International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) 1995; Kamala et al., 2009, GRAIN-BASED PRODUCTS AND THEIR PROCESSING, Encyclopedia of Food Grains (Second Edition), Sorghum Grain in Food and Brewing Industry, Phenotypic Diversity of Colored Phytochemicals in Sorghum Accessions With Various Pericarp Pigments, Sorghum Grain, Its Production and Uses: Overview, Interlard fishmeal technique/infestor rows, Leaf cage technique/augmentation of aphids, Mylar cage technique (augmentation of shoot bugs), Head cage technique (augmentation of earhead bugs), IS 1082, IS 2146, IS 4664, IS 5490, IS 5604, IS 2205, IS 1055, IS 4664, IS 4906, IS 5837, IS 2195, IS 10327, IS 1133C, IS 1134C, IS 1139C, IS 1144C, IS 1598C, IS 5188C, IS 5887C, IS 6389C, IS 6416, IS 6426C, IS 8100C, IS 12158C, IS 12551C, IS 12599C, IS 12608C, IS 12645C, IS 12661C, IS 12664C, TAM 428, IS 3461, IS 7034, IS 8571, IS 9807,IS 19474, IS 9512, DJ 6514, AF 28 and TAM 2566, IS 17610, IS 7645, IS 21444, IS 6984, IS 9692, IS 17615, CSM 388, IS 14332, Malisor 84-7, Sakoika. The major components of the grain are the pericarp (outer covering), the testa between pericarp and endosperm (which may or may not be present), the endosperm, and the embryo. The embryonic axis forms the new plant and is subdivided into a radicle and plumule. C.V. Ratnavathi, ... U.D. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, Cereal Grains for the Food and Beverage Industries, Genetic and Genomic Resources for Grain Cereals Improvement,, Mexican sorghum production has increased over the past 50 years but appears to have stabilized at just over 6 mt from 2007 to 2013, with impressive average yields of 3.7 t ha− 1. Despite sorghum being displaced by herbicide-resistant maize and soybean, the average yield of sorghum in Argentina is over 4.5 t ha− 1. Waniska, ... C.M. S29 and Kamboinse local. The Local Origin of Genetic Structure: The Case of the Pari and Nyithin Sorghum. Popping, steam flaking, and reconstitution are used to prepare sorghum grain in beef cattle feedlots in the USA. Sorghum foods, particularly those made from tannin-type sorghum, can have somewhat slower starch digestibility than identical-type foods from other cereals. ), Oriental armyworm, Mythimna separata (Walk. R.D. S. bicolor ssp. The pigmented testa is seen as a dark layer between the light endosperm and the pericarp when the caryopsis is scraped to remove the pericarp. Regardless of type, sorghum must be properly processed to enhance its digestibility. Females do not lay eggs in the spikelets of Sorghum amplum, Sorghum bulbosum, and Sorghum angustum under no-choice conditions (Franzmann and Hardy, 1996; Sharma and Franzmann, 2001a,b). 2146, 2312, and 18551 of African origin (Table 18.2). D. Balakrishna, ... B. Venkatesh Bhat, in Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses, 2019. The scutellum is the single cotyledon of the sorghum seed. Sorghum, in its typical form of consumption, is not a source of vitamin C (Dendy, 1994b). Those in Africa grow the crop mostly for food while those in the Americas and Australia use it mostly for animal feed, beef, and pork industries (FAO, 1995). Highest levels of antibiosis to biotype E were found in Sorghumhalepense (Duncan et al., 1991). By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Understanding the diversity among the resistant sources is very important for formulating the breeding strategy for resistance (Aruna et al., 2012). Moreover, the brown high-tannin sorghums produced ogi with undesirable brownish-red colour, poor consistency and texture, and low in vitro starch and protein digestibility. drummondii is a natural hybrid between ssp. A systematic screening of the world germplasm collection against stem borer was initiated in 1962 in India under All India Co-ordinated Research Project on Sorghum (AICRP-Sorghum). Texas A&M University has employed S. propinquum to produce cultivars with early maturity and good yields but these have yet to be released (cited in Hajjar and Hodgkin, 2007). Interestingly, there is also a huge yield gap between these two groups (Fig. The Pari community, whose sorghum we explored in-depth, lives in the Lafon villages located around a solitary rocky hilltop on the river Nile’s flood plain in the southeastern part of South Sudan. Over the same period, 37% of world sorghum production was in the Americas and 20% in Asia and Oceania (Figure 3). The endocarp is composed of cross and tube cells and plays a major role during germination. Sorghum panicles at the half-anthesis stage are more attractive to females than those at the pre- or postanthesis stage (Sharma et al., 1990). Haley Davis, ... Weiqun Wang, in Polyphenols in Plants (Second Edition), 2019. Sorghum kernel structure and its relation to milling performance and porridge quality Detailed structural descriptions of the sorghum kernel are documented by Rooney and Miller (1982). Padmaja, C. Aruna, in Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses, 2019. These molecules are visualized, downloaded, and analyzed by users who range from students to specialized scientists. As mentioned earlier, Johnsongrass has been found to be a source of resistance to greenbug and chinch bug and adaptability to cold temperature (Dweikat, 2005). These sorghums are classed as brown or tannin sorghums. Females of sorghum midge, S. sorghicola did not lay any eggs in the spikelets of S. angustum, Sorghum amplum, and Sorghum bulbosum compared with 30 eggs in S. halepense under no-choice conditions (Sharma and Franzmann, 2001). We will assume here that sorghum is more important as food or feed in countries with high per capita production. World sorghum production in 2012. Mass-screening technique which involves screening at the seedling stage was developed for greenbug resistance (Huang, 2007). The leaf and stems fibers produced are multicellular and have similar cellulose contents. 1D). Sorghum purpureosericeum and Sorghumversicolor of Indian and African origin, respectively, possess high levels of resistance to the shoot fly (Bapat and Mote, 1982; Mote 1984; International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) 1995; Kamala et al., 2009). arundinaceum has been shown to improve grain yield in hybrid grain sorghum (Jordan et al., 2004). Sorghum has huge potential for wider use, but the challenge to improve sorghum utilization is ahead. Further advances in technology for malting and brewing of sorghum, coupled with genetic enhancement could brighten the prospects for industrial use of sorghum. In: Kulp, K., Ponte, J., (Eds. The lager beer from sorghum malt and adjunct showed superiority in composition, such as increased free alpha amino nitrogen and color units in sorghum malt and adjunct beer. Sorghum is one of the most important cereal crop in the world. 1. Animals fed brown sorghum rations must eat more feed to produce the same rates of gain so feed efficiency is reduced significantly. Insect damage is one of the challenges that impacts sorghum yields. They are a source of resistance to Striga ssp. Most sorghum hybrids do not contain condensed tannins in contrast to impressions given in some publications. • In places like India, Africa and China , sorghum provides 70% of the calories of the human diet. There are two types of hybrid plants: (1) sterile plants with 30 chromosomes and vigorous rhizomes and (2) fertile plants with 40 chromosomes and weak rhizomes (cited in Dweikat, 2005). In Africa, the lowest yield is found in Niger (357 kg/ha) and Somalia (385 kg/ha), about 10% of the average yield in the United States or Argentina. In order to better understand the structure and function of this unique class of plant P450 enzymes, we have characterized the enzyme C4H1 from lignifying tissues of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor), encoded by Sobic.002G126600. Lager beer is produced from 100% sorghum using exogenous enzymes. It is also used as biofuel crop and potential cellulosic feedstock. The pericarp (Fig. A good adjunct should have low saccharification time and should have the highest percent extraction of grain. The size and shape of the grain vary widely among sorghum races. In the corneous endosperm, the protein matrix has a continuous interphase with the starch granules, with protein bodies embedded in the matrix (Fig. India is still a major sorghum producer, but there has been a decline of production since 1995, due to a number of changing factors including the increased capacity to irrigate higher value crops such as rice, and the cost and availability of labor for sorghum production. It is divided into two major parts: the embryonic axis and scutellum. In the early 1980s, Argentina produced approximately 8 mt pa but this has since fallen dramatically. The tryptophan content is higher than that in maize. ), sugarcane aphid, Melanaphis sacchari (Zehnt. Processing of sorghum by steam flaking, micronizing, popping, and reconstitution is designed to disrupt the endosperm structure to improve the digestibility. More sustained effort is required to encourage identity-preserved production of improved food and industrial quality cultivars by farmers for processing into value-added products. The endosperm is composed of the aleurone layer, peripheral, corneous, and floury areas. Greater utilization of sorghum can occur through use of improved varieties, improved technologies, and government policy changes that promote indigenous cereals. The volumetric weight and grain density range from 708 to 760 kg m−3 and from 1.26 to 1.38 g cm−3, respectively. (A) Cross-section, (B) pericarp, (C) peripheral endosperm, (D) corneous endosperm, and (E) floury endosperm. From is a plant of 1 to 3 meters high, solid cylindrical rod with a terminal inflorescence compact panicle. (A) The upper part shows the structure of the SbCAD cDNA sequence. Out of 42,000 germplasm, accessions evaluated for their response to greenbug feeding in a glasshouse of the USDA-ARS Plant Science Research Laboratory, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 21 were identified to possess resistance to greenbug (Huang, 2011) and a high level of genetic variation was observed among these genetic sources. Development of speciality foods, such as diabetic foods, high-fiber foods, functional foods, breakfast cereals, weaning foods, requires identification of suitable cultivars. Sorghum is an excellent feed for livestock and companion animals. John R.N. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, URL:, Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses, 2019, Cereal Grains for the Food and Beverage Industries, Genetic and Genomic Resources for Grain Cereals Improvement, Franzmann and Hardy, 1996; Sharma and Franzmann, 2001, Advances in Sorghum Insect Pest Resistance, ). Padmaja, in Biotic Stress Resistance in Millets, 2016. Another effective method is hot spot screening. The feeding value of sorghum for livestock species is generally considered 95% or more of the feeding value of yellow dent maize. To bring back sorghum into cultivation, collaboration between all parties concerned, particularly breeders, seed companies, food processing companies, farmers, and government is very important. Use of infester rows, split planting at 15 day intervals, arranging the material according to maturity groups, and use of overhead sprinklers to maintain high humidity, head cage screening are the methods used to increase the efficiency of screening for resistance to C. angustatus. The potential of sorghum for its malt and beer was studied. As a member of the wwPDB, the RCSB PDB curates and annotates PDB data according to agreed upon standards. Figure 1. It is a staple crop for human and other animals for food, feed, fodder, fiber, and fuel. Sudan, Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali, and Cameroon have all steadily increased their sorghum production and currently average 1–1.5 mt pa. Sudan has the highest ratio of sorghum to maize in the world, this being an indicator of the importance of sorghum to a particular country. Rooney, ... S.O. Some of the important sources reported were IS nos. C.V. Ratnavathi, U.D. Chavan, in Sorghum Biochemistry, 2016. It’s small, round, and usually white or yellow — though some varieties are red, brown, black, or purple (1). In India, over the past five decades, a large proportion of the world sorghum germplasm collection has been evaluated for resistance to insect pests, and a number of lines with resistance have been identified (Sharma et al., 1992, 2003). Sorghum Grain Structure The small round seeds, characteristic of sorghum grain, contrast with the kernels ofcorn and wheat (Fig. Stem thickness, rhizome expression, and seed size were intermediate to the parents. Head bug has assumed greater significance with the introduction of early flowering cultivars with compact panicles. Nigeria experienced dramatic growth in sorghum production from 1964 to 2006 with a slight decline since then. Minerals are located in the pericarp, aleurone layer and germ; therefore, refined sorghum products lose part of these important nutrients, as in all other refined cereal fractions. Screening for resistance to aphids is done under greenhouse by infesting the test material with uniform number of insects per plant at the flag leaf stage. Sudangrass has been shown to suppress the nematodes, Meloidogyne chitwoodi (Mojtahedi et al., 1993) and Meloidogyne hapla (Viaene and Abawi, 1998). Sensory analysis indicated that no significant differences existed between the sorghum beer and a commercial malted barley beer with regard to aroma, mouth-feel, after-taste, and clarity. Compact and tightly wrapped whorl leaves around the stem of some genotypes impart resistance (Agarwal et al., 1978). Availability of identity-preserved genotypes in the market could lead to increased use of sorghum in many products over the next few years. R.D. Tissue Culture and Genetic Transformation in Sorghum bicolor, D. Balakrishna, ... B. Venkatesh Bhat, in, Harris, 1961; Teetes, 1985; Franzmann et al., 2006, Franzmann and Hardy, 1996; Sharma and Franzmann, 2001a,b. The major colored phytochemicals in sorghum are anthocyanins and carotenoids. Other major sorghum producers are Nigeria, India, and Mexico, each producing 6–8 mt pa in the decade 2004–13. Structure of the sorghum N-6 CAD gene. To study the impact of sorghum racial structure and diversity in genomic prediction, we … In countries such as the United States and Brazil, sorghum is mainly used for animal feed. Globally, it produces approximately 70 ... Because of to the structure of the flower, mainly sel f-pollination takes place. The kernel weight varies from 3 to 80 mg. ), corn planthopper (shoot bug), Peregrinus maidis (Ashm. Since both crops have been available worldwide, there has been a general trend for maize to be more popular in higher rainfall areas and sorghum to be cultivated in more marginal environments. Sorghum is marketed according to US grain standards in four classes: sorghum, white sorghum, tannin sorghum, and mixed sorghum. (1980). Sorghum is produced in the tropics and in subtropical or temperate regions throughout Africa, Asia, and the Americas (only a small amount of grain sorghum is produced in Europe). Sorghum is a grain crop grown in many parts of the world. For sustainable cultivation of sorghum, more emphasis should be on developing/identifying lines suited for specific end products. Subject browse uses CABICODES which are CABI’s own classification codes for broad subjects that would be difficult to describe with keywords alone. Elke K. Arendt, Emanuele Zannini, in Cereal Grains for the Food and Beverage Industries, 2013. Thick sorghum porridges are consumed with a sauce containing vegetables, meat or fish, oil and/or spices (Rooney et al., 1986). These polyphenols can, however, adversely affect the bioavailability of essential minerals. (1981) showed that non-waxy white sorghums gave ogi the highest ratings in terms of colour, taste, texture, aroma and consistency. Plant Physiol. Sorghum genotypes, a total of six, which included two genotypes of red (pigmented sorghum), two genotypes of yellow sorghum, and two genotypes of white sorghum, were identified as resistant lines to aflatoxin production (Ratnavathi and Sashidhar, 2003). Sorghum is an important source of fat-soluble and B-complex vitamins (Waniska et al., 2004) (Table 8.5) except vitamin B12 (Gazzaz et al., 1989). Here we report the 1.7 Å resolution crystal structure of CYP73A33. In their descriptions, the sorghum kernel is considered to be a naked caryopsis, which varies widely in size and shape among the sorghum types. This includes one or two spike lets bisexual flowers. A. Kalaisekar, ... J.V. Waniska, ... C.M. The general macro- and micro-nutrient composition of sorghum and millet products is essentially the same as products made from other cereals. Genotypes with high phosphorus, potash, and polyphenol content are less preferred by P. maidis (Mote and Shahane, 1994). In addition to genetic manipulation of the grains for improving the nutritional quality, advanced processing and value addition technologies need to be investigated for development of novel sorghum-based food products with high consumer acceptance. 1054, 1151, 5469, 5566, and 5604 of Indian origin, and IS nos. High-lysine cultivars contain approximately 50% more lysine and promote better weight gains in weaning rats. In the 1960s, China produced over 8 mt of sorghum pa, but this has declined to around 2 mt pa. Over this time, sorghum yields in China have improved to an average of just under 4 t ha− 1. It contains large amounts of oil (spherosomes), protein, enzymes, and minerals, and serves as the connection between the endosperm and germ. Novel genes, beyond primary and secondary gene pools, have potential to enhance overall sorghum productivity through genetic modifications in sorghum. The contents of anthocyanins appeared to be associated with the sorghum pericarp color, but a diversity of anthocyanin contents was present among and between the phenotypic pericarp colors. Basic concepts and essential factors required for transferring needful traits to sorghum using potential genetic manipulation approaches are discussed in this chapter. Growth and development of sorghum is similar to corn, and other cereals. The genotypes used in the study included AON 486, IS 620 (red), LPJ and IS 17779 (yellow), and SPV 86 and SPV 462 (white). Africa produced 40% of the world's sorghum in the 10 years from 2004 to 2013, and West Africa produced just over half of that. Total soluble solids, sucrose, and purity of juice were significantly and positively correlated with stem borer incidence. Table 8.5. Comparison of the structure of sorghum [HCT][1] with the [HCT][1] involved in chlorogenic acid synthesis in coffee ( Coffea canephora ) revealed many shared features. The sorghum kernel is considered a naked caryopsis, although some small seeded types grown for forage may retain their glumes after threshing. Sorghum bicolor is a widely grown cereal crop, particularly in Africa, ranking 5th in global cereal production. The United States also markets ‘food-grade’ white sorghum, a white kernel with tan plant and glume characteristics. The Ethiopian increase has been characterized by average yields from 2004 to 2013 of 1.8 t ha− 1 compared to an Africa-wide average of < 1 t ha− 1. Sorghum has a proximate composition, amino acid contents, and nutritional value similar to those of maize. C. Aruna, K.B.R.S. Ethiopia is also a major producer of sorghum in Africa with a marked increase in sorghum production since 2000. A few sources of resistance to P. maidis have been reported in sorghum. Rearing insects on natural and artificial synthetic diets grain-sorghum crops are the most important summer in. 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