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Studies On The Physicochemical Characterization Of Flours And Protein Hydrolysates From Common Beans, Hollman Andres Motta Romero Nov 2018

Studies On The Physicochemical Characterization Of Flours And Protein Hydrolysates From Common Beans, Hollman Andres Motta Romero

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

Pulses represent a rich source of nutrition and have several potential health benefits such as the reduction of the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and diabetes. Beans from the species Phaseolus vulgaris and Cicer arietinum are important crops raised in some regions of the United States, including Western Nebraska. Nevertheless, the traditional preparation procedures involved in the cooking of these beans are tedious and time-consuming, thus leading to the underutilization of these resources. Therefore, the present work focused on evaluating alternative utilizations of these beans in order to improve their economic value.

One alternative to improve the consumption of ...


Dynamic Predictive Model For The Growth Of Salmonella Spp. In Liquid Whole Egg And Risk Evaluation Of Egg White Hydrolysates Manufacturing Process For Spore Formers: Bacillus Cereus And Clostridium Perfringens., Aikansh Singh May 2010

Dynamic Predictive Model For The Growth Of Salmonella Spp. In Liquid Whole Egg And Risk Evaluation Of Egg White Hydrolysates Manufacturing Process For Spore Formers: Bacillus Cereus And Clostridium Perfringens., Aikansh Singh

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

A dynamic model for the growth of Salmonella spp. in liquid whole egg under continuously varying temperature was developed and validated. A primary model (Baranyi model) was fitted to each temperature growth data and corresponding maximum growth rates were estimated. Pseudo-R2 values were greater than 0.97 for primary models. The maximum growth rates obtained from each primary model were then plotted against temperature and modeled using the modiļ¬ed Ratkowsky model. The pseudo-R2 and root mean square error were 0.99 and 0.06 h-1, respectively for the secondary model. A dynamic model for the prediction of ...