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Physicochemical Properties, Modifications And Applications Of Starches From Different Botanical Sources
(SOC BRASILEIRA CIENCIA TECNOLOGIA ALIMENTOSCAMPINAS, 2015)
PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND DIGESTIBILITY PROPERTIES OF DOUBLE-MODIFIED BANANA (MUSA PARADISIACA L.) STARCHES
Banana starch was chemically modified using single (esterification or cross-linking) and dual modification (esterification-cross-linking and cross-linking-esterification), with the objective to increase the slowly digestible ...
Physico-chemical properties and in vitro digestibility of edible films made from plantain flour with added Aloe vera gel
The aim of this study was to relate the physicochemical properties of edible films derived from plantain flour-glycerol containing different concentrations of Aloe vera (Av) gel to both their in vitro digestibility and ...
Bio-nanocomposites based on derivatized potato starch and cellulose, preparation and characterization
The use of native starch as a thermoplastic polymer is limited by its fragility and high moisture absorption. Native potato starch was derivatized using different agents in order to reduce its hydrophobicity. A reduction ...
Preparation and characterization of three different derivatized potato starches
(Springer/plenum Publishers, 2012-11-07)
The use of native starch as a thermoplastic polymer is limited by its fragility and high water absorption. Due to the presence of several hydroxyl groups in its structure, water acts as a natural plasticizer of starch, ...
Properties of native and oxidized corn starch/polystyrene blends under conditions of reactive extrusion using zinc octanoate as a catalyst
(Elsevier Science, 2017-01-06)
Native and oxidized corn (Zea mays) starch/polystyrene (PS) blends containing glycerol as a plasticizer were prepared by reactive extrusion in a twin-screw extruder using zinc octanoate (Zn(Oct)2) as a catalyst, followed ...
Structural and mechanical properties of edible films made from native and modified cush-cush yam and cassava starch
Several different hydrocolloids, such as starch, have been proposed as suitable base materials (matrices) for edible films in food packaging. Edible films from native and modified starch plasticized with glycerol were ...
Obtenção de amido resistente por intercruzamento e por tratamento hidrotérmico, e sua incorporação em bolos
(Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), 2016-02-15)
Amido resistente (AR) é definido como o amido, ou fração de amido, que não é digerido no trato gastrointestinal e pode ser fermentado no cólon apresentando propriedades funcionais similares às das fibras alimentares. A ...
Edible films based on native and phosphated 80:20 waxy:normal corn starch
(Wiley Vch Verlag, 2015-01)
Edible films based on 80:20 waxy:normal corn starch were evaluated for their potential use in the food industry. Two types of film were prepared by the casting method: The first from native corn starch and the second from ...