amylaceous


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amylaceous

 [am″ĭ-la´shus]
composed of or resembling starch.

am·y·la·ceous

(am'i-lā'shŭs),
Starchy.

am·y·la·ceous

(am'i-lā'shē-ŭs)
Starchy.

amylaceous

Starch-like.
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However, in order to evaluate the applicability of the pejibaye fruit starch in food or packing industries, the understanding of its chemical composition and functional properties is of paramount importance since they heavily depends on the amylaceous source (PELISSARI et al., 2012).
(3) Amylaceous, the main component of wheat flour, had better adhesion properties when compared with some unreacted compounds of oil-tea cake such as tea saponin, carbohydrates, plant cellulose, etc.
(1991) with heat stable alpha-amylase for solubilization of the amylaceous compounds (Mertens, 2002) and sodium sulfite in NDF procedure.
This technology known as second generation to distinguish it from first generation technology using amylaceous crops such as maize makes it possible to extract low-cost sugars that can be used to produce biofuels with industrial applications that can replace oil-based ones: a research project rethinking chemistry along sustainable lines.
Proteinaceous and amylaceous materials are most often called extenders because they can enter into the matrix of the binders.