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Like other grains, starch is the main carbohydrate form in oats. However, compared to common cereals such as corn and wheat, oats have a relatively low amount of starch, constituting $60% of the total dry matter of the oat grain (Peterson, Hahn, & Emmons, 1967), with almost all of the starch located within the starchy endosperm of the grain (Peterson, 1992). Oat starch is composed primarily of amylose with a certain fraction of lightly branched forms and starch-lipid complexes (M. Zhou, Robards, Glennie-Holmes, & Helliwell, 1998).

Smaller groats are further sized and directed into quick or instant flake production. In this case they will be transferred to groat cutters to make the smaller pieces required to make the smaller types of rolled oats. Ravi Menon et al. 20 Table 4 Characteristics of Different Oat Flakes Oat Products Description Steel-cut oats (groats) Sliced groats that result from cutting cleaned and stabilized groats into multiple pieces Whole rolled oats Sometimes referred to as oatmeal, rolled oats are groats that have been cleaned, stabilized, tempered, and flattened.

However, bound phenolic components, once released through acid or alkaline extraction can contribute significant levels of ferulic and p-coumeric acid levels, 276 and 43 mg/kg respectively (Durkee & Thivierge, 1977). Flavonoids are defined as polyphenolic compounds by virtue of their chemical structure which contains two phenyl rings linked by a propane bridge resulting in the characteristic 15-carbon (C6–C3–C6) flavan skeleton (Neilson & Ferruzzi, 2012). , 1986). In general oats compare well to other grains in terms of total phenolic (phenolic acids and flavonoids) content as well as the proportion of free phenolics relative to bound.

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