Lipids in Cereal Technology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780120790203, 9780080984384

Lipids in Cereal Technology

1st Edition

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eBook ISBN: 9780080984384
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1984
Page Count: 425
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Table of Contents

Contributors Preface 1 The Structure of the Cereal Grain 2 Acyl Lipids in Cereals 3 Non-Saponifiable Lipids in Cereals 4 Lipid Metabolism in Germinating Cereals 5 Starch Lipids in Barley and Malt 6 Enzymic Degradation of Cereal Lipids 7 Distribution of Wheat Acyl Lipids and Tocols into Millstreams 8 Role of Lipids in Baking 9 Lipid-Protein Interactions during Dough Development 10 Lipoxygenase and some Related Enzymes in Breadmaking 11 Physical State of Lipids and their Technical Effects in Baking 12 The Effect of Storage on the Lipids and Breadmaking Properties of Wheat Flour 13 Lipids in Pasta and Pasta Processing 14 Lipids in Cereal Products 15 Lipids in Rice and Rice Processing 16 Oat Lipids 17 Lipids in Maize Technology 18 Corn Oil Production, Processing and Use 19 Wheat Germ Oil Appendix I Extraction and Analysis of Cereal Lipids Appendix II Assays for Lipid-Degrading Enzymes Appendix III Extraction and Reconstitution of Cereal Lipids for Baking Studies Index


Lipids in Cereal Technology provides a comprehensive review of cereal lipids and their role in cereal processing and products. Topics range from acyl lipids and non-saponifiable lipids in cereals, such as barley and maize, to lipid metabolism in germinating cereals, physical state of lipids and their technical effects in baking, the effect of storage on the lipids and breadmaking properties of wheat flour, and lipids in pasta and pasta processing. Organized into 19 chapters, this review brings together the knowledge and experience of an international group of experts. It begins with an overview of the fundamental aspects of cereal grain lipids and enzymes. It then discusses the specific cereals, processing, and cereal products. Moreover, the book explains the composition and distribution of lipids in the grain, the biochemical changes that occur when the grain germinates, and the biochemistry of the enzymes involved in lipid degradation. Some chapters focus on wheat and the significance of lipids in milling, flour storage, baking, and pasta manufacture. Other chapters consider individual cereals such as rice, oats, maize, malt, and barley along with corn oil, wheat germ oil, and other cereal products.


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