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While cultivated rice, Oryza sativa, is arguably the world's most important cereal crop, there is little comparative morphological information available for the grain of rice wild relatives. In this study, the endosperm of 16 rice wild relatives were compared to O. sativa subspecies indica and O. sativa subspecies japonica using scanning electron microscopy. Although the aleurone, starch granules, protein bodies and endosperm cell shapes of the cultivated and non-cultivated species weredoi:10.1007/s12284-011-9060-4 fatcat:m7b2wumgqjbkjkfovjrsvsrh7y