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Sjemenarstvo, Vol.29 No.1-2 September 2012. -

The end-use quality of ten winter wheat cultivars was evaluated during

the two years period 2004 and 2005 and through multi location trials. A

better end-use quality of cultivars was noticed in 2004 compared with 2005.

The highest protein, sedimentation value and wet gluten were realized at

location Nova Gradiška, while at location Osijek the highest falling number

and the highest grain hardness were found. The best flour yield was noticed

at location Tovarnik and Nova Gradiška. A lack of protein with the smallest

wet gluten production capacity was shown at location Požega, however at

this location, as well as at location Osijek, the highest gluten index was

noticed. The better mixing tolerance, regarding the degree of softening, was

obtained at location Osijek and Nova Gradiška, while the best dough

stretching and elasticity properties were obtained at location Osijek. Based

on the average values, cultivar Golubica showed the optimal values for the

most indirect quality traits. Concerning the mixing behaviour of dough,

cultivars Golubica, Zrnka and Janica had the highest farinograph quality

number, while cultivars Srpanjka and Alka had the lowest degree of

softening. Cultivars Srpanjka and Demetra showed the best dough stretching

and elasticity properties.

wheat; end-use quality; environment

Author: Daniela Horvat - ; Agricultural Institute Osijek Georg Drezner - ; Agricultural Institute Osijek Krešimir Dvojković - ; Agricul

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