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A common fungal associate of the spruce bark beetle metabolizes the stilbene defenses of Norway spruceDownload
Norway spruce (Picea abies) forests suffer periodic fatal attacks by the bark beetle Ips typographus and its fungal associate, Ceratocystis polonica. Norway spruce protects itself against fungal and bark beetle invasion by the production of terpenoid resins, but it is unclear whether resins or...
Combined effect of pressure-assisted thermal processing and antioxidants on the retention of conjugated linoleic acid in milkDownload
The effect of pressure-assisted thermal processing (PATP) in combination with seven synthetic antioxidants was evaluated on the retention of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in enriched milk. Milk rich in CLA was first saturated with oxygen, followed by the addition of either catechin, cysteine,...
Physicochemical properties of encapsulated red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) powder: Influence of high pressure homogenizationDownload
Encapsulated red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) powders with gum arabic were produced using a spray-drying method. The raspberry puree samples were treated with and without high-pressure homogenizers prior to spray drying. The physicochemical properties of spray-dried raspberry powders were analyzed....
Molecules of anthocyanins and quinones possess distinctive electrophilic character, which is demonstrated by their facile reactions with nucleophiles such as sulfite, thiols, amines and water. In food systems, one of their likely targets would be nucleophilic centers in the side chains of amino...
Solubility of glucose and lactose in subcritical water (SCW) was first determined at different pressures and temperatures. Sugar solubility increased with temperature but decreased with an increase in pressure. Then, carbohydrates and phenolics were extracted from lentil husk and cotyledon using...