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Iowa State University

Life Sciences

Animal Science

1990

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Apparatus And Process For Separating Bone Fragments, Gristle And Sinews From Meat As The Meat Is Being Ground, Patrick H. Huebner, Joseph G. Sebranek, Dennis G. Olson, Eugene A. Anderson Dec 1990

Apparatus And Process For Separating Bone Fragments, Gristle And Sinews From Meat As The Meat Is Being Ground, Patrick H. Huebner, Joseph G. Sebranek, Dennis G. Olson, Eugene A. Anderson

Iowa State University Patents

A conventional meat grinder contains a chopper knife and a chopper plate, the chopper knife rides on the inner surface of the chopper plate and directs the bone fragments, sinews and gristle inwardly toward the central portion of the chopper plate as it chops the meat. The central portion of the chopper plate has a funnel-shaped, frusto-conical central passageway within which the bone fragments, gristle and sinews and collected and are urged outward, first passing through the frusto-conical passageway and out the small end of the passageway, into opposed discharge channels which passes through the hub of the plate and ...


Apparatus And Process For Separating Bone Fragments, Gristle And Sinews From Meat As The Meat Is Being Ground, Patrick H. Huebner, Joseph G. Sebranek, Dennis G. Olson, Eugene A. Anderson May 1990

Apparatus And Process For Separating Bone Fragments, Gristle And Sinews From Meat As The Meat Is Being Ground, Patrick H. Huebner, Joseph G. Sebranek, Dennis G. Olson, Eugene A. Anderson

Iowa State University Patents

A conventional meat grinder contains a chopper knife and a chopper plate, the chopper knife rides on the inner surface of the chopper plate and directs the bone fragments, sinews and gristle inwardly toward the central portion of the chopper plate as it chops the meat. The central portion of the chopper plate has a funnel-shaped, frusto-conical central passageway within which the bone fragments, gristle and sinews are collected and are urged outward, first passing through the frusto-conical passageway and out the small end of the passageway, into opposed discharge channels which passes through the hub of the plate and ...


Method Of Converting Cholesterol In Food To Coprostanol, Donald C. Beitz, Jerry W. Young, Shangara S. Dehal May 1990

Method Of Converting Cholesterol In Food To Coprostanol, Donald C. Beitz, Jerry W. Young, Shangara S. Dehal

Iowa State University Patents

Cholesterol reductase was discovered in certain green plant parts. The enzyme is known to be present in several bacteria that commonly inhabit the digestive tract of animals. Eubacteria species A.T.C.C. 21408 is one such cholesterol reductase-containing bacterium. It is concentrated from a homogenate, preferably of leaves of plants or from bacteria or other organisms to provide a cell-free, cholesterol reductase-enriched preparation that can be used to decrease cholesterol content of food substances.