Purified storage root starch (1.5 g) was resuspended in 18 ml of sterile distilled water and processed using a Modular Compact Rheometer (MCR92, Anton Paar GmbH) and associated software (RheoCompass). Starch suspensions were presheared at 960 rpm at 50°C for 10 s, held at 50°C for 50 s, heated to 95°C at 6°C/min, held at 95°C for 5 min, and then cooled to 50°C at 6°C/min before a final holding step at 50°C for 2 min. Suspension was constantly stirred at 160 rpm, and measurements for pasting temperature, peak viscosity, peak temperature, and final viscosity were recorded.

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