# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Food Science and Human Nutrition by Title

• (1985)
Staphylococcus aureus is known to possess a wide variety of parameters that enable it to defend itself against host defense mechanisms. One of the ways the body defends itself against microbial attack is by producing ...

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• (2009)
The significant influx of a wide variety of commercially-available functional beverages has resulted in a beverage segment that is not clearly defined or understood. The rapid increase in functional beverages has also ...

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• (1978)

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• (2003)
Based on the conclusions from our first experiment we developed an experiment to define the optimal amount of intestinally available oleic acid to produce a milk fat with the highest possible monounsaturated fatty acid ...

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• (1971)

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• (1985)
Commercially, whole capsicum or capsicum mash is aged in high concentrations of salt or vinegar for long periods before hot sauce manufacture. The effect of aging on the yield, flow properties, suspension stability, pungency ...

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• (2015-11-30)
Breast cancer (BC) is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, the leading cause of cancer death in females worldwide, and the second in American women (after lung cancer) according to CDC. In the most advanced stage ...

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• (1958)

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• (1968)

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• (2009)
Salmon are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids. These are important in the human diet and especially for young children in the first two years of life. Wild Alaskan salmon was utilized in a novel way by development and ...

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• (1990)
In Camembert cheese, as the paracasein was proteolyzed and the pH value increased, there was an increase in water sorption, while a decrease of water activity and water mobility. The texture of the cheese changed from ...

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• (1992)
With a continued increase in numbers of extruded products on the market and with increased requirements to develop an advanced extrusion technology, it is important to be able to predict behavior of feed ingredients on the ...

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• (1995)
A new method to quantify the degree of branching in $\alpha$-glucans using proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has been developed. Instrument parameters and sample conditions were investigated for their effect on ...

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• (1995)
Metabolic and behavioral mechanisms have been implicated in the development of adaptive strategies to suboptimal nutrition. However, very little is known about the underlying endocrine mechanisms involved in this adaptation. ...

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• (2013-02-03)
The human gastrointestinal (GI) tract is colonized by a dense and diverse bacterial community called the commensal microbiota, which plays an important role in overall health of individuals. However, due to the extreme ...

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• (1965)

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• (2012-09-18)
Rum ether is a distillate of wood extractives, so named as a result of its purported similarity in flavor to rum; however, despite it being used widely throughout the flavor industry, no work is publicly available that ...

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• (1963)

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• (1986)
Dimer acids, representative of those from thermal-oxidative reactions in fats and oils, differing in polarity and structure and including the thermal, dehydro and bicyclic dimers of methyl linoleate, the dehydrodimer of ...

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• (1991)
Chemical and enzymatic modifications of whey proteins and their effects on the protein's structural and functional properties were studied. Chemical modification by acylation improved the surface properties of the proteins. ...

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