Kernels and pieces of kernels of wheat that are
materially discolored to the extent shown.
Cross-sectioning of whole kernels may be necessary
to confirm that the face of BOTH halves
are as dark as shown in Kernel A or B.
Illustration shows from left to right:
Kernel A: The minimum discoloration for cross-sectioned vitreous kernels.
Kernel B: The minimum discoloration (creamy) for cross-sectioned non-vitreous kernels.
Kernel C: A suspect kernel that requires cross-sectioning.
NOTE: A kernel with a combination of vitreous and creamy discoloration meeting the VRI shall be heat damage.