GUSTATORY RESPONSES OF SPODOPTERA FRUGIPERDA LARVAE TO THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF ARTIFICIAL FOOD DYES BLENDED INTO A GELATINIZED
ARTIFICIAL DIET IN TWO-CHOICE TESTS.
It was inferred that ultrasonic waves broke or gelatinized
starch grains, causing the starch to partly leave the pit, while other particles adhered to the cell wall.
Starch must be gelatinized
to fully hydrate the starch and the degree of gelatinization may determine the rate of starch digestion.
A cell suspension with 25 000 cells/mL was made in DMEM containing 10% bovine calf serum and 1% glutamine-penicillin-streptomycin and placed onto gelatinized
24-well culture plates (0.
Lintonizing[TM] not only kept the vacuoles containing the starch crystals intact, the process increased the percentage of total starch gelatinized
by approximately 10%.
It uses a hot, gelatinized
starch solution that acts as a glue and as a lubricant to smooth the mixture's flow through extrusion equipment.
liquid universally sets at 68 degrees and melts at 86 degrees.
In 1884, it was discovered that the fibrous guncotton could be gelatinized
by treating it with a mixture of alcohol and ether.
It improves enzyme digestibility and gelatinized
structure without retrogradation; rapidly freezes and thaws products; tenderizes meat; inactivates Salmonella and Listeria in liquid whole eggs while improving functional characteristics; improves the coagulation properties of milk; and increases moisture retention of fresh cheese.
Briefly, 4-[micro]m sections were applied to gelatinized
slides, fixed in acetone, and stained by the biotinavidin-peroxidase system after sections were hydrated and placed in citrate buffer for microwave antigen retrieval.
The collagen was then gelatinized
in hot acidified water and separated from insoluble humics by 20,000 rpm centrifuging.
There are lots of yogurt-like products out there that are closer to being gelatinized
milk than they are to yogurt.