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Method For Using Soya Grain Juice In Production Of Pasta Products, SANAEV Ermat, TURSUNKHODJAEV Po'lat, AYHODJAEVA Nodira, UMAROV Orif 2020 Tashkent chemical-technological institute

Method For Using Soya Grain Juice In Production Of Pasta Products, Sanaev Ermat, Tursunkhodjaev Po'lat, Ayhodjaeva Nodira, Umarov Orif

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Considering the protein need for human nutrition, the use of protein-rich grains plays an important role in the production of pasta. The study used soy protein as one of the protein sources, which serves as an effective source of energy in the physical and mental activities of humans. In the form of nutritious juice from soybeans, a protein concentration of 4.67% was obtained, and the resulting soy juice, rich in proteins, was used as an unconventional raw material for the production of pasta. Concentrations and methods were identified that made it possible to achieve technological and economic efficiency.


The Effect Of Hydrothermal Treatment In Increasing The Strength Of The Shell Of Wheat Grain In Preparation For Varietal Grinding, RAVSHANOV Suvankul, MIRZAYEV Jamol, MUSAEV Khasanjon 2020 Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute

The Effect Of Hydrothermal Treatment In Increasing The Strength Of The Shell Of Wheat Grain In Preparation For Varietal Grinding, Ravshanov Suvankul, Mirzayev Jamol, Musaev Khasanjon

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

The effect of hydrothermal treatment on the strength of the wheat grain shell before the first torn process is investigated. It was found that the anatomical parts of wheat grains grown in arid climatic conditions are firmly interconnected, which, in turn, affects the yield and quality of varietal flour. The aim of the study is to weaken strong native connections and improve the yield and quality of flour. The effect of NaHCO3, H3PO4, CH3COOH, HCl additives to water on the yield and quality of flour was studied. Accordingly, in solutions of 0.1-0.2% hydrochloric acid and 0.3-0.8 ...


Innovative Cotton Oil Refining Technology, Majidova Nargiza, Sattarov Karim, Majidov Kaxramon, Ismatov Sunatillo 2020 Bukhara Engineering–Technological Institute

Innovative Cotton Oil Refining Technology, Majidova Nargiza, Sattarov Karim, Majidov Kaxramon, Ismatov Sunatillo

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

The results of partial and final refining of raw cottonseed oil by solution of aluminates and and sodium hydroxide are given. The intensification of the technological process is carried out by the treatment of alkaline solutions by exposure to electromagnetic field intensity. Increase in yield and quality improvement of refined oil is achieved.


New Composition And Method For Producing Pasta, Sanaev Ermat, Tursunkhodjaev Pulat, Ayhodjaeva Nodira, Normatov Anvar 2020 Tashkent chemical-technological institute

New Composition And Method For Producing Pasta, Sanaev Ermat, Tursunkhodjaev Pulat, Ayhodjaeva Nodira, Normatov Anvar

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

The main objective of this study is to develop a composition of pasta containing a mixture of ginger, lemon and mint powder, as well as a combination of legumes and cereals with high nutritional value. This will expand the range of pasta. The problem of achieving high quality and economic efficiency is solved by improving several technological processes and using innovative methods. The effectiveness of using innovative methods of sublimation and microwave drying is shown in comparison with the drying process of instant pasta by frying it in vegetable oil.


Research Of The Process Of Obtaining Interesterified Fat For Margarine Production On The Basis Of Sunflower Oil And Palm Stearin, Rahimov Dilshod, Ruziboyev Akbarali, Tashmuratov Asatullo, Salijanova Shaxnoza 2020 Tashkent chemical-technological institute

Research Of The Process Of Obtaining Interesterified Fat For Margarine Production On The Basis Of Sunflower Oil And Palm Stearin, Rahimov Dilshod, Ruziboyev Akbarali, Tashmuratov Asatullo, Salijanova Shaxnoza

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

The study presents the results of transesterification of a mixture of sunflower oil and palm stearin in various proportions and dilatometric analysis of the obtained transesterifications was carried out. For example, the ratios in the mixture of sunflower oil and palm stearin 15/85, 25/75, 30/70, 50/50 were subjected to transesterification in the laboratory, and the transesterifications used for the spread and margarine were obtained, and the optimal mixture ratios were determined. By dilatometric analysis, it was found that it is possible to obtain interesterificates in the ratio of a mixture of sunflower oil and palm stearin ...


The Development Of Virtual Reality As A Tool To Investigate Eating Behavior, James Hollis, James H. Oliver 2020 Iowa State University

The Development Of Virtual Reality As A Tool To Investigate Eating Behavior, James Hollis, James H. Oliver

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

Objectives: The objective of this study was to a) determine the feasibility of eating in virtual reality (VR) environment while wearing a head mounted display (HMD) and b) determine the effect of eating in a virtual restaurant on food intake, sensory evaluation of the test food and masticatory parameters.


Training Interns In Nutrition And Dietetics: Barriers And Motivators To Being A Preceptor, Andrea Hutchins, Jinette Fellows, Donna M. Winham 2020 University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Training Interns In Nutrition And Dietetics: Barriers And Motivators To Being A Preceptor, Andrea Hutchins, Jinette Fellows, Donna M. Winham

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

Objectives Identify the perceptions and attitudes associated with the preceptor role and incentives that might encourage precepting among nutrition and dietetics professionals in the United States.

Methods A random sample of RDN and NDTR professionals from the Commission on Dietetic Registration credentialed practitioner database were invited to complete an online survey about knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions of the preceptor role. The survey was adapted from previous published instruments and validated via external content review, pretesting and post-test evaluation with pilot respondents.

Results A total of 311 of 2464 invited eligible participants completed the survey, yielding a response rate of 12 ...


The Representation Of Food-Related Environments In Virtual Reality, James Hollis, Shelley E. Woodall 2020 Iowa State University

The Representation Of Food-Related Environments In Virtual Reality, James Hollis, Shelley E. Woodall

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

Objectives: Virtual reality (VR) potentially provides an innovative tool for nutrition education/counselling. The objective of this study was to determine the a) sense of ‘presence’ (the feeling of being in a scene) experienced in two food related VR scenes b) capture information regarding the participants experiences in VR.


Assessment Of Oral Motor Activity Variables During Consumption Of Chocolate Using Surface Electromyography: Effects Of Variation In Cocoa Solid Content, Kara Elizabeth Cook 2020 University of Mississippi

Assessment Of Oral Motor Activity Variables During Consumption Of Chocolate Using Surface Electromyography: Effects Of Variation In Cocoa Solid Content, Kara Elizabeth Cook

Honors Theses

The aim of this experiment is to assess how a wide range of cocoa content in different types of chocolate samples effects oral motor activity for mastication events, along with the time between consumption and swallowing. A prior study assessed individual oral motor activity using surface electromyography (sEMG) for mastication events while eating four different chocolate samples, and this information was used to determine which aspects of the masticatory process underlie differences in individual chewing behavior as well as whether subjects retain their general characteristic eating behavior across a variety of chocolate samples. The study found that with chocolate samples ...


Effect Of Low Dose Irradiation On Expression Of Genes Involved In Ethylene Biosynthesis Of 'Granny Smith' Apples, Brian Nyakundi 2020 Chapman University

Effect Of Low Dose Irradiation On Expression Of Genes Involved In Ethylene Biosynthesis Of 'Granny Smith' Apples, Brian Nyakundi

Food Science (MS) Theses

Superficial scald is a physiological disorder characterized by skin browning that appears during or after storage of ‘Granny Smith’ apples. The mechanism for scald development is not fully understood, but it is hypothesized that scald formation is related to increased ethylene production. In apples, low dose irradiation induced ethylene reduction appears to be directly related to prevention of superficial scald. However, the molecular basis of such an irradiation induced effect is not known. In this study, effort was made to better understand the molecular basis of the decrease in ethylene production in apple fruit after treatment with x-ray irradiation. ‘Granny ...


Impact Of Selected Infrared Wavelengths Treatment On Inactivation Of Microbes On Rough Rice, Rebecca Bowie 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Impact Of Selected Infrared Wavelengths Treatment On Inactivation Of Microbes On Rough Rice, Rebecca Bowie

Food Science Undergraduate Honors Theses

Formation of harmful microbes and their associated mycotoxins on rough rice during storage present negative socioeconomic impacts to producers and consumers. The objective for this study was to investigate the impact of treating rough rice with selected infrared (IR) wavelengths at different IR intensities and heating durations, followed by a tempering step for further inactivation of microbes (mold and bacteria) on the grain. Freshly-harvested long-grain, hybrid, rough rice (XL 745) with initial moisture content (IMC) of 18.4% wet basis (w.b.) was used. Two-hundred grams (200 g) of the samples were treated at different IR wavelengths (λ) which were ...


Preserving Pomegranates, Charlotte P. Brennand, SuzAnne Jorgenson 2020 Utah State University Extension

Preserving Pomegranates, Charlotte P. Brennand, Suzanne Jorgenson

All Current Publications

This publication describes pomegranates and how to store and can them. It also provides nutritional information.


Elucidating Basis Of Rice Discoloration And Developing Prevention Strategies, Zeinab Mohammadi Shad 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Elucidating Basis Of Rice Discoloration And Developing Prevention Strategies, Zeinab Mohammadi Shad

Theses and Dissertations

Economically, discolored rice kernels have less market value, which can seriously impact farm net profit. The reasons for rice discoloration during storage have not been studied extensively and many questions remain. Therefore, the primary goal of this study was to improve understanding of the role and contributions of storage practices on rice quality degradation and discoloration. In this study, three rice cultivars including XL753 (hybrid), Roy J (pureline), and Titan were assessed for changes in quality and microbial kinetics. The rice samples at a high moisture content (MC) of 21% w.b. and a low MC of 16% were stored ...


Flourishing Gardens In Peoples Lives, Ramiro Rocha 2020 California State University, Monterey Bay

Flourishing Gardens In Peoples Lives, Ramiro Rocha

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

Mesa Verde Gardens has been a great asset in the Watsonville and Pajaro area by providing a unique way for people to live healthier lives. The community gardens have given people an opportunity to reach new standards for themselves. The organic produce being grown out of the seven different gardens in the area has accommodated the gardeners with delicious food for the entire season. In order to grow Mesa verde Gardens, an outreach project was conducted to allow people to familiarize with all seven gardens. These events included fundraisers, door to door outreach, and participation in community gatherings like festivals ...


Food Safety Risk In An Indoor Microgreen Cultivation System, Gina Marie Misra 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Food Safety Risk In An Indoor Microgreen Cultivation System, Gina Marie Misra

Theses and Dissertations

Microgreens are immature sprouts of edible plants, sharing some similarities with sprouted seeds and petite leafy greens. Since they are most often grown in containers in buildings or greenhouses, they present a new area for food safety research at the intersection of the built environment and produce farming. Contamination by human pathogens has been extensively studied in other types of produce typically eaten raw, including sprouted seeds, which have been implicated in numerous outbreaks of salmonellosis over the last several decades. There is a paucity of knowledge about the microgreen sector of the fresh-cut industry; thus, it was determined that ...


Research Tools And Their Uses For Determining The Thermal Inactivation Kinetics Of Salmonella In Low-Moisture Foods, Soon Kiat Lau 2020 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Research Tools And Their Uses For Determining The Thermal Inactivation Kinetics Of Salmonella In Low-Moisture Foods, Soon Kiat Lau

Dissertations, Theses, & Student Research in Food Science and Technology

The reputation of low-moisture foods as safe foods has been crumbling over the past decade due to repeated involvement in foodborne illness outbreaks. Although various pasteurization technologies exist, a majority are thermal processes and have not been well-characterized for pasteurizing low-moisture foods. In addition, the nature of a low-moisture food matrix introduces various experimental complications that are not encountered in high-moisture foods. In this dissertation, the development, building instructions, and characterization of various open source tools for studying the inactivation kinetics of microorganisms in low-moisture foods are described. The first tool is the TDT Sandwich, a dry heating device for ...


Inspecting Species And Freshness Of Fish Fillets Using Multimode Hyperspectral Imaging Techniques, Jianwei Qin, Fartash Vasefi, Rosalee S. Hellberg, Alireza Akhbardeh, Rachel B. Isaacs, Ayse Gamze Yilmaz, Chansong Hwang, Insuck Baek, Walter F. Schmidt, Moon S. Kim 2020 USDA/ARS Environmental Microbial and Food Safety Laboratory

Inspecting Species And Freshness Of Fish Fillets Using Multimode Hyperspectral Imaging Techniques, Jianwei Qin, Fartash Vasefi, Rosalee S. Hellberg, Alireza Akhbardeh, Rachel B. Isaacs, Ayse Gamze Yilmaz, Chansong Hwang, Insuck Baek, Walter F. Schmidt, Moon S. Kim

Food Science Faculty Articles and Research

This study developed multimode hyperspectral imaging techniques to detect substitution and mislabeling of fish fillets. Line-scan hyperspectral images were collected from fish fillets in four modes, including reflectance in visible and nearinfrared (VNIR) region, fluorescence by 365 nm UV excitation, reflectance in short-wave infrared (SWIR) region, and Raman by 785 nm laser excitation. Fish fillets of six species (i.e., red snapper, vermilion snapper, Malabar snapper, summer flounder, white bass, and tilapia) were used for species differentiation and frozen-thawed red snapper fillets were used for freshness evaluation. A total of 24 machine learning classifiers were used for fish species and ...


The Role Of Diet In The Onset Of Depression: A Biochemical Connection Between Nutrition And Mental Health, Katlin Wildeman 2020 Liberty University

The Role Of Diet In The Onset Of Depression: A Biochemical Connection Between Nutrition And Mental Health, Katlin Wildeman

Senior Honors Theses

Depression is a major clinical concern, having a complex onset and the presence of multiple, often unidentifiable causes. Depression affects millions of individuals worldwide, with a high prevalence in regions of the world with a Western-style diet as compared to regions with a Mediterranean diet. A Western-style diet consists of foods high in sugar, fat, and processed meats and grains, whereas the Mediterranean diet contains significantly more vegetables, fruits, lean meats, and whole grains. The link between diet and mental health disorders has implications for individuals of all ages who are hesitant to turn to medication. In addition to presenting ...


Bean Preferences Vary By Acculturation Level Among Latinas And By Ethnicity With Non-Hispanic White Women, Michelle M. Heer, Donna M. Winham 2020 Iowa State University

Bean Preferences Vary By Acculturation Level Among Latinas And By Ethnicity With Non-Hispanic White Women, Michelle M. Heer, Donna M. Winham

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

With high levels of protein, fiber, folate, iron and other micronutrients, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends eating beans for optimal nutrition. Low-income women are at greater risk of nutrition-related health disparities. Use of beans may change among Hispanic women (Latinas) during acculturation, but few studies exist that describe specific preferences of this important traditional food. Preserving or promoting beans in the diets of all low-income women could improve dietary quality. The study objectives were to describe consumption frequency, purchasing patterns, and attitudes toward dry and canned beans, by acculturation level among Latinas and by ethnicity with non-Hispanic White women ...


Rs Content And Egi Value Of Cooked Noodles (I): Effect Of Cooking Methods, Yu Tian, Ming Li, Aoxing Tang, Jay-Lin Jane, Sushil Dhital, Boli Guo 2020 Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs

Rs Content And Egi Value Of Cooked Noodles (I): Effect Of Cooking Methods, Yu Tian, Ming Li, Aoxing Tang, Jay-Lin Jane, Sushil Dhital, Boli Guo

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

Noodles are widely consumed in China, which can be cooked in different ways. The effects of different cooking methods (boiling, steaming, microwave heating, stir-frying and frying) on the resistance starch (RS) content and digestive properties (digestion rate, digestibility and estimated glycemic index (eGI) value) of noodles were investigated. The RS content was greatly affected by the cooking time, and it was varied when the noodles were optimally cooked using different cooking methods. The RS contents of the microwaved and stir-fried noodles were relatively high (0.59%–0.99%), but it was lower (0.43%–0.44%) in the boiled and ...


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