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Chemical composition, cooking quality, texture and consumer

Jun 18, 2017 Corresponding author. Email address: [email protected] High School of Food Industries of Tunis, University of Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia Faculty of Sciences of Tunis El Manar, Laboratory of Organic and Structural Chemistry, Campus Universitaire, Tunis, Tunisia. Correspondent: Email: 

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The effect of NaCl substitution with KCl on Akawi cheese: Chemical

The effect of partial substitution of NaCl with KCl on Akawi cheese with probiotic bacteria was investigated during 30 d of storage at 4°C. Chemical composition, the survival of probiotic and lactic acid bacteria, proteolytic activity, and texture profile analysis were analyzed and sensory analysis was carried out to determine 

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Comparison of proximate chemical composition and texture of cupim

Comparison of proximate chemical composition and texture of cupim, Rhomboideus m. and lombo, Longissimus dorsi m. of Nelore (Bos indicus). Mayka Reghiany PedrãoI,II Fernanda LassanceIII Nilson Evelazio de SouzaIV Makoto MatsushitaIV Paulo TellesV Massami Shimokomaki. IDepartamento de Tecnologia de 

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Chemical composition, cooking quality, texture and consumer

Jun 18, 2017 Corresponding author. Email address: [email protected] High School of Food Industries of Tunis, University of Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia Faculty of Sciences of Tunis El Manar, Laboratory of Organic and Structural Chemistry, Campus Universitaire, Tunis, Tunisia. Correspondent: Email: 

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Igneous Rocks

In addition to texture, igneous rocks may are classified according to their chemical composition. The most general classifiion is based on the relative abundance in a rock of felsic (feldspar and silicaquartz) minerals vs mafic (magnesium and ferrum or iron) minerals. Felsic minerals (quartz, K feldspar, etc) are light 

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Lunar Clinopyroxenes: Chemical Composition, Structural State, and

Lunar Clinopyroxenes: Chemical Composition, Structural State, and Texture. Malcolm Ross, A. E. Bence, E. J. Dwornik, Joan R. Clark, J. J. Papike In addition to the phase inhomogeneities, primary chemical inhomogeneities are clearly demonstrated. There are reciprocal relationships between calcium and iron and 

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Zircon texture and chemical composition as a guide to magmatic

Zircons from the MC pluton displaying "homogeneous cores" have chemical affinities with zircons in the coeval Capraia volcanic system, consistent with the participation of a Capraialike mantle endmember during mixing. Further zircon growth in the MC pluton produced the oscillatory zoning texture, which records both 

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paleoenvironmental controls on the texture and chemical

Sep 1, 2010 The high Ni content of early diagenetic pyrite and the occurrence of early diagenetic CuPb sulfides highlight the importance of organic matter and host rock composition. However, in distal to starved outer shelf depositional settings, detrital pyrite is absent and diagenetic pyrite is scarce. Nevertheless, the 

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Texture geology Britannica

Texture: The texture of a rock is the size, shape, and arrangement of the grains (for sedimentary rocks) or crystals (for igneous and metamorphic rocks). Also of Texture. geology. THIS IS A DIRECTORY PAGE. Britannica does not currently have an article on this topic. Figure 1: Chemical composition of sedimentary rocks.

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Zircon texture and chemical composition as a guide to magmatic

Zircons from the MC pluton displaying "homogeneous cores" have chemical affinities with zircons in the coeval Capraia volcanic system, consistent with the participation of a Capraialike mantle endmember during mixing. Further zircon growth in the MC pluton produced the oscillatory zoning texture, which records both 

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Comparative Study of Texture Properties, Color Characteristics, and

Among mechanical properties, particular attention has focused on pulp. Crispness is the most desirable texture for table use, and cultivars with a crisp flesh texture are important genetic materials for tablegrape breeding. A puncture test conducted with a flat probe was used to measure the crispness of the pulp as small 

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Effect of Particular Breed on the Chemical Composition, Texture

While, for the raw material, for instance intramuscular fat (IMF) content in meat has been reported to directly affect the texture and sensory characteristics of drycured ham (Gandemer, 2002 Gandemer, 2009). However, earlier studies on raw meat material have also found that the chemical composition, quality parameters 

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Changes during ripening in chemical composition, proteolysis

Changes during ripening in chemical composition, proteolysis, volatile composition and texture in Kashar cheese made using raw bovine, ovine or caprine milk. Riza Temizkan,1 Kurban Yasar2 & Ali A. Hayaloglu3*. 1 Department of Food Engineering, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Canakkale 17020, Turkey.

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Texture evaluation of blocktype processed cheese as a function of

The effect of chemical composition on the textural and viscoelastic properties of blocktype processed cheese was studied using texture profile analysis and stress relaxation tests, respectively. Simultaneously, apparent viscosity of the hot melt (during processing) was determined, using a capillary viscometer, so as to relate 

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Influence of fat replacers on chemical composition, proteolysis

Oct 26, 2007 Influence of fat replacers on chemical composition, proteolysis, texture profiles, meltability and sensory properties of lowfat Kashar cheese Volume 75 Issue 1 Nuray Sahan, Kurban Yasar, Ali A Hayaloglu, Oya B Karaca, Ahmet Kaya.

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Texture Profile Analysis of Sliced Cheese in relation to Chemical

Apr 6, 2016 The quantitative relationships among chemical composition, storage temperature, and texture of cheese were not fully understood. In this study, the effects of composition and temperature on textural properties of eight common varieties of sliced cheese were examined. The textural properties of sliced 

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Igneous Rocks: Compositoin and Texture

Even experienced geologists presented with a simplelooking rock will examine it closely before identifying it. Igneous rocks are classified according to their texture and composition. Composition refers to both the types of minerals within a rock and the overall chemical makeup of the rock (the two are obviously related).

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Comparison of proximate chemical composition and texture of cupim

Comparison of proximate chemical composition and texture of cupim, Rhomboideus m. and lombo, Longissimus dorsi m. of Nelore (Bos indicus). Mayka Reghiany PedrãoI,II Fernanda LassanceIII Nilson Evelazio de SouzaIV Makoto MatsushitaIV Paulo TellesV Massami Shimokomaki. IDepartamento de Tecnologia de 

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Impact of laser anneal on NiPt silicide texture and chemical

We have combined synchrotron Xray pole figure measurements and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) nanobeam diffraction to study the impact of millisecond laser anneal on the texture and microstructure of NiPt silicide thin films. The powerful use of nanobeam diffraction in planview geometry allows here for both 

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Texture evaluation of blocktype processed cheese as a function of

The effect of chemical composition on the textural and viscoelastic properties of blocktype processed cheese was studied using texture profile analysis and stress relaxation tests, respectively. Simultaneously, apparent viscosity of the hot melt (during processing) was determined, using a capillary viscometer, so as to relate 

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Chemical Composition and Texture of Cooperstown Outcrops in

Title: Chemical Composition and Texture of Cooperstown Outcrops in Gale Crater as seen by ChemCam on Curiosity. Authors: Le Deit, L. Mangold, N. Nachon, M. Sautter, V. Schröder, S. Fabre, C. Maurice, S. Wiens, R. Anderson, R. B. Forni, O. Gasnault, O. Jackson, R. Le Mouélic, S. Léwin, E. Meslin, P.Y. Rapin, 

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Igneous rocks are classified by texture and chemical composition

Igneous rocks are classified by texture and chemical composition. Texture of Igneous Rocks. Depends on size of mineral grains: Coarsegrained (larger grains). • Large grains easily visible to naked eye. • Cooled slowly, below earth's surface — time for minerals to grow large. • Called "intrusive" or "plutonic" rocks.

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Igneous rock composition and texture U. of Oregon

How do composition and texture relate to igneous rocks? Igneous rocks are crystalline solids which cool from magma: the liquid phase of solid rock. Magmas occur at depth in the crust, and are said to exist in "magma chambers," a rather loose term indiing an area where the temperature is great enough to melt the rock, 

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Influence of chemical composition on the evolution of texture in 441

The influence of addition of Nb+Ti (0.26 to 0.7wt%Nb and 0.15 to 0.3wt%Ti) to 441 on the development of annealing crystallographic textures was investigated by XRD and EBSD ODFs. It was found that addition of (Nb+Ti) to 441 improved the {111} texture to a limit while the resistance to ridging continued improving with 

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Texture of Cooked Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum). 2. Changes in

Aug 2, 2002 During the storage season changes in the chemical composition of the pectin moiety of the cell walls of raw potatoes were studied. This compositional analysis was performed for the cultivars Nicola and Irene, which represent two extremes with regard to sensoryperceived texture. Both cultivars were 

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Granite Wikipedia

However, the composition and origin of the magma that differentiates into granite leaves certain geochemical and mineral evidence as to what the granite's parental rock was. The final mineralogy, texture and chemical composition of a granite is often distinctive as to its origin. For instance, a granite that is formed from 

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Effect of Particular Breed on the Chemical Composition, Texture

While, for the raw material, for instance intramuscular fat (IMF) content in meat has been reported to directly affect the texture and sensory characteristics of drycured ham (Gandemer, 2002 Gandemer, 2009). However, earlier studies on raw meat material have also found that the chemical composition, quality parameters 

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Comparative Study of Texture Properties, Color Characteristics, and

Among mechanical properties, particular attention has focused on pulp. Crispness is the most desirable texture for table use, and cultivars with a crisp flesh texture are important genetic materials for tablegrape breeding. A puncture test conducted with a flat probe was used to measure the crispness of the pulp as small 

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