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Dietary fiber content (as non-starch polysaccharides, NSP) and in vitro starch digestibility of legumes (beans, lentils, chickpeas and peas) present in the Spanish diet were determined. Raw, boiled and industrially processed legumes were analyzed, as well as legume dishes prepared according to...
The mutagenic and cytotoxic activity of the aqueous (H 2 O) and ethanolic (EtOH) extracts of fruits and vegetables were studied by the Ames test and the MTT assay. A significant mutagenic activity was found for three H 2 O extracts of broccoli ( Brassica oleracea ), carrot ( Dacus carota ) and...
Boar taint or sexual odor is a sensorial defect (a disagreeable smell) that occurs in some meat from entire male pigs. The main compounds responsible are androstenone and skatole stored in the fat of the animal. The main technique for reducing the androstenone level in the meat is by castration,...
A comparative study of the influence of two subproducts from carob, its pulp (PUL) and its natural fiber (FNA), on the dietary nutritive utilization was performed. The products were included in a semisynthetic diet (50 g/kg) and administered to rats. A group of animals which consumed cellulose...
A model system constituted by whole dry milk powder, sucrose, and distilled water was used to establish kinetic parameters of the heat-induced browning process (HIBP). Second-order central com posite design was chosen with pH and temperature as selected variables. Color response was the...
Proteolytic activity in mantle of Todaropsis eblanae was maximum at 40 and 65 °C. Several peaks of activity were detected over the pH range studied (1.5-9.5), indicating the presence of acidic, neutral and alkaline proteases, depending on the temperature. The substantial enzymic inhibition at...
Convective heat transfer coefficients were evaluated during end-over-end rotation processing of cans filled with liquid and particle mixtures in a pilot-scale, overpressure water-immersion, rotary retort. Two modes of end-over-end agitation were employed, one involving a continuous and the other...
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