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Softening of mango fruit has been investigated by analysis of ripening related changes in the composition of the fruit cell walls. There is an apparent overall loss of galactosyl and deoxyhexosyl residues during ripening, the latter indicating degradation of the pectin component of the wall. The...
High quality antique sheets of paper have been characterized by 1 H NMR relaxations and 13 C CP MAS spectra. Paper can be regarded as a bicomponent material made of cellulose and water plus a small amount of organic and inorganic impurities. Semicrystalline fibrous cellulose, rich in water, is...
Size distributions of extracts derived from starch were investigated to aid in elucidating structure-function relationships of these polymers in water. Starch granules derived from waxy maize and amylomaize VII were dissolved in water by microwave heating in a high pressure vessel. Transmission...
At the Institute of Food Technology of the University of Agriculture in Vienna, a process was developed to produce thermoplastic materials out of food industry waste. The object of this study was to find methods to characterize the thermoplastic properties of these materials. In addition, we...
Sequential extractions with alkali have been carried out in order to study the nature of linkages which hold heteroxylans in maize bran cell walls. Treatment with 0.5 m sodium hydroxide at 30 °C for 2 h released all the phenolic acids ( p -coumaric, ferulic, and diferulic) but extracted only...
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