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Conference Starch 2000: Structure and Function (2000 : Churchill College) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2008078926
Title Starch : advances in structure and function / edited by T.L. Barsby, A.M. Donald, P.J. Frazier.
Imprint Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, [2001]
©2001

Conference Starch 2000: Structure and Function (2000 : Churchill College) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2008078926
Series Special publication ; no. 271
Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)) ; http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n42023070 no. 271.
Subject Starch -- Congresses.
Food -- Composition -- Congresses.
Alt Name Barsby, T. L. (Tina L.)
Donald, A. M. (Athene Margaret), 1953-
Frazier, P. J.
Description 1 online resource (viii, 223 pages) : illustrations.
monochrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1002
Note "The proceedings of Starch 2000: Structure and Function held on 27-29 March 2000 at Churchill College, Cambridge"--Title page verso.
" ... organised by the Food Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry"--Preface.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Starch structure/function relationships : achievements and challenges -- Modelling of starch extrusion and damage in industrial forming processes -- Processing-structure-rheology relationships of microphase separated starch/non-starch polysaccharide mixtures -- Macromolecular degradation of extruded starches measured by HPSEC-MALLS -- The impact of internal granule structure on processing and properties -- PFG-NMR applied to measure the difference in local moisture content between gelatinised and non-gelatinised region in a heated starch/water system -- Retrogradation kinetics of mixtures of rice starch with other types of starches -- Effects of sugars on gelatinisation and retrogradation of corn starch -- Implications of genetic changes in starch granular structure to gelatinisation behaviour -- Starch ethers obtained by microwave radiation-structure and functionality -- Amylopectin crystallisation in starch -- An approach to structural analysis of granules using genetically modified starches -- Mechanisms of the action of porcine pancreatic [alpha]-amylase on native and heat treated starches from various botanical sources -- Health-promoting function of wheat or potato resistant starch preparations obtained by physico-biochemical process -- Starch biosynthesis in the small grained cereals : wheat and barley -- Transport of metabolites into amyloplasts during starch synthesis -- The synthesis and degradation of starch in Arabidopsis leaves : the role of disproportionating enzyme -- The synthesis of amylose -- Null alleles at the waxy loci in wheat and oats : origin, distribution and exploitation -- Effect of inter-and intra-allelic variation on starch granular structure.
Summary This product is not available separately, it is only sold as part of a set. There are 750 products in the set and these are all sold as one entity. Starch, in its many forms, provides an essential food energy source for the world's human population. It is therefore vital for manufacturers (and ultimately consumers) to have increased understanding of the granule synthesis and its behaviour in modern food processing. Starch: Advances in Structure and Function documents the latest research and opinion on starch structure and its function as a food material, including structure characterisation, processing and ingredient functionality, and control of starch biosynthesis. The multi-disciplinary nature of the contents will provide a valuable reference for biologists, chemists, food technologists, geneticists, nutritionists and physicists.
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9781847551917 (electronic bk.)
1847551912 (electronic bk.)
085404860X
9780854048601
OCLC # 229160890
Additional Format Print version: Starch. Cambridge, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, ©2001 085404860X (DLC) 2005432672 (OCoLC)47900586