Rice

A mixture of brown, white, and red indica rice, also containing wild rice, Zizania species
Oryza sativa with small wind-pollinated flowers
Cooked brown rice from Bhutan
Jumli Marshi, brown rice from Nepal
Rice can come in many shapes, colors and sizes.
Single grain of rice under handmade microscope
Oryza sativa, commonly known as Asian rice
Unmilled to milled Japanese rice, from left to right, brown rice, rice with germ, white rice
Tteumul, water from the washing of rice
-Rice processing- A: Rice with chaff B: Brown rice C: Rice with germ D: White rice with bran residue E: Musenmai (Japanese: 無洗米), "Polished and ready to boil rice", literally, non-wash rice (1): Chaff (2): Bran (3): Bran residue (4): Cereal germ (5): Endosperm
Worldwide rice production
Production of rice (2019)
Burning of rice residues after harvest, to quickly prepare the land for wheat planting, around Sangrur, Punjab, India.
Rice combine harvester Katori-city, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
After the harvest, rice straw is gathered in the traditional way from small paddy fields in Mae Wang District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
Drying rice in Peravoor, India
Work by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture to measure the greenhouse gas emissions of rice production.
Chinese rice grasshopper (Oxya chinensis) Borneo, Malaysia
Chloroxylon is used for pest management in organic rice cultivation in Chhattisgarh, India.
Rice seed collection from IRRI
Ancient statue of Dewi Sri from Java (c. 9th century)
Hainanese chicken rice in Singapore

Seed of the grass species Oryza sativa or less commonly Oryza glaberrima (African rice).

- Rice
A mixture of brown, white, and red indica rice, also containing wild rice, Zizania species

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Gibberellin

Gibberellins (GAs) are plant hormones that regulate various developmental processes, including stem elongation, germination, dormancy, flowering, flower development, and leaf and fruit senescence.

Gibberellins (GAs) are plant hormones that regulate various developmental processes, including stem elongation, germination, dormancy, flowering, flower development, and leaf and fruit senescence.

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The first inroads into the understanding of GAs were developments from the plant pathology field, with studies on the bakanae, or "foolish seedling" disease in rice.

Amylose A is a parallel double-helix of linear chains of glucose

Amylose

Polysaccharide made of α- D -glucose units, bonded to each other through α glycosidic bonds.

Polysaccharide made of α- D -glucose units, bonded to each other through α glycosidic bonds.

Amylose A is a parallel double-helix of linear chains of glucose

High-amylose varieties of rice, the less sticky long-grain rice, have a much lower glycemic load, which could be beneficial for diabetics.

Kabuli palaw, the national dish of Afghanistan

Pilaf

Kabuli palaw, the national dish of Afghanistan
Persian-style pilav
Armenian cabbage roll stuffed with chickpeas and bulgur pilaf
Caribbean-style pelau with saltfish and callaloo
Public cooking in Tashkent
Samarkand pilaf cooked with linseed oil
Lubia polo, 'rice with green beans' in Iran
Zafrani Chicken Pulao, Karachi, Pakistan
Camel meat pulao, Pakistan
Typical Turkish pilav. Rice with orzo.
Azerbaijani plov with qazmaq (the same as Persian tahdig), served with choban salad
Azerbaijani shah-pilaf
Uzbek plov being prepared in a kazon in a Tashkent home
Osh palov, a staple dish in Uzbek, Tajik, and Bukharan Jewish cuisine
Uyghur polu
Tajik oshpaz
Pulao Mutton, from West Bengal, India
Kashmiri pulao with nuts and fruit
Matar pulao with peas served with boondi raita and papadum
Saffron pulao served alongside eggs in gravy

Pilaf (US spelling) or pilau (UK spelling) is a rice dish, or in some regions, a wheat dish, whose recipe usually involves cooking in stock or broth, adding spices, and other ingredients such as vegetables or meat, and employing some technique for achieving cooked grains that do not adhere.

Parboiled rice

Parboiled rice

Parboiled rice
Woman preparing parboiled rice in Nigeria
Prepared parboiled rice
An improved rice cooking approach to maximise arsenic removal while preserving nutrient elements
Raw paddy rice.
Vitamins and minerals in the bran.
Put in a vacuum, rice loses all the air it carries within. In a following warm water bath the nutrients become more soluble and move out of the bran.
To move these nutrients into the kernel, hot steam and air pressure are used, otherwise they would rinse out into the water.
Parboiled rice carries most of the nutrients of brown rice. (This graphic does not depict the fraction lost.)

Parboiled rice (also called converted rice and easy-cook rice ) is rice that has been partially boiled in the husk.

Wild rice

"Indian rice" redirects here.

"Indian rice" redirects here.

Harvesting wild rice
Ojibwa pouch for holding wild rice, cedar bark, American Museum of Natural History
Wild rice stems before and after peeling
Cooked wild rice
Vintage photo entitled, "Paul Buffalo and wife parching wild rice at their camp" - 1934

Wild rice is not directly related to domesticated rice (Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima), although they are close cousins, all belonging to the tribe Oryzeae.

Rice chaff

Chaff

Dry, scaly protective casing of the seeds of cereal grains or similar fine, dry, scaly plant material .

Dry, scaly protective casing of the seeds of cereal grains or similar fine, dry, scaly plant material .

Rice chaff
Spikelets of a hulled wheat, einkorn

In grasses (including cereals such as rice, barley, oats, and wheat), the ripe seed is surrounded by thin, dry, scaly bracts (called glumes, lemmas and paleas), forming a dry husk (or hull) around the grain.

Whole stuffed pepper and tomato dolma

Dolma

Family of stuffed vegetable dishes in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine.

Family of stuffed vegetable dishes in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine.

Whole stuffed pepper and tomato dolma
Stuffed green pepper and zucchini
Stuffed vine leaves served with yogurt
Soğan dolması or stuffed onion

Ingredients include onions, minced beef, rice, oil, tomato purée, paprika, vinegar or sour cream, strained yogurt (locally known as kiselo mlijeko, literally "sour milk"), black pepper, salt and spices.

Biryani from Lahore, Pakistan

Biryani

Mixed rice dish originating among the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent.

Mixed rice dish originating among the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent.

Biryani from Lahore, Pakistan
Biryani depicted on a 2017 stamp of India
Hyderabadi vegetable biryani served in Tampa, U.S.
Beef biryani
Dhakaiya biriyani
Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani
Kolkata biryani
Sindhi biryani
Sri Lankan chicken biryani
Thalassery biryani
A dish of Burmese biryani (locally known as danpauk), as served at Kyet Shar
An authentic nasi kebuli served in Jakarta.
Mutton biryani at Little India, Singapore.
Khao mhok ghai (Thai biryani with chicken)
Biryani contains more gravy and is cooked longer with condiments
Two biryani accompaniments, mirchi ka salan and raita

It is made with Indian spices, rice, and usually some type of meat (chicken, beef, goat, lamb, prawn, fish) or in some cases without any meat, and sometimes, in addition, eggs and potatoes.

A field of NERICA rice in Mali

New Rice for Africa

A field of NERICA rice in Mali

New Rice for Africa ("NERICA") is a cultivar group of interspecific hybrid rice developed by the Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice) to improve the yield of African rice cultivars.

Rice husk

Rice hulls

Rice husk
The temples of the Batujaya Archaeological Site in Indonesia (5th century AD) were built with bricks containing rice hulls.
Rice hulls can be pressed into logs for use in cooking fires instead of wood

Rice hulls (or rice husks) are the hard protecting coverings of grains of rice.