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

• (1991)
To develop a continuous process for the production of maltotetraose (G$\sb4$), a concept of enzymatic modification of biopolymers, separation of products from the reaction mixture, and the re-use of the soluble enzyme has ...

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• (2017-07-13)
Plant proteins are low cost, non-toxic, natural, biocompatible, and biodegradable polymers. In recent years, plant proteins have drawn increasing attention from the food and pharmaceutical industries as an alternative to ...

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• (2015-01-21)
With advantages such as requiring less time, saving energy and reducing the costs manothermosonication has become increasingly popular in the food processing industry in recent years. My thesis research was conducted to ...

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• (2015-12-01)
With the current developments in biosensor and nanotechnology, detection of analyses that are important to food industry are becoming more commonplace. One of the strong tools that nanotechnology enabled is Surface Enhanced ...

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• (2017-04-19)
The food industry faces many challenges when attempting to formulate new or reformulate existing products to reduce sugar content. This problem is particularly pronounced in confectionary systems, such as caramels, in which ...

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• (2011-05-25)
Maternal high fat (HF) diet feeding is associated with increased risk of developing metabolism-related diseases in adult offspring, including chronic liver disease. The present study tested the hypothesis that maternal ...

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• (2011-08-26)
MATRIX-ASSISTED CONCENTRATION AND MICROENCAPSULATION OF LIME JUICE Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011 Graciela W. Padua, Adviser Lime juice is widely used in ...

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• (1994)
The purpose of this research was to determine is feeding meals with various macronutrient profiles at different times relative to exercise affected plasma amino acid responses, fractional rates of skeletal muscle protein ...

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• (1979)

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• (2019-04-19)
Background. Mounting evidence suggests that college (i.e., postsecondary) students are at a greater risk of experiencing food insecurity (FI) – the lack of sufficient access to adequate food for a healthy and active life ...

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• (2001)
From a series of experiments heating metmyoglobin solutions at pHs from 5.0 to 7.0, the effects of temperature and pH on thermal stability of metmyoglobin were investigated. The percent metmyoglobin denatured at temperatures ...

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• (1978)

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• (1973)

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• (1986)
A study was conducted to evaluate the metabolic and hormonal response to moderate intensity exercise for 60 minute duration. The exercise response in two groups of subjects, pregnant women in the fourth month of gestation ...

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• (1978)

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• (2019-07-11)
With rising demand for tire production all over the world, natural rubber supply has not been adequate for tire industry. There are, however, multiple solutions proposed so as to overcome the existing rubber shortages. Of ...

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• (2017-04-21)
The overall goal of this thesis study is to use metabolic engineering and biotechnology tools for developing optimal yeast strains capable of utilizing various sugars derived from renewable biomass and produce valuable ...

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• (1987)
Two neoplastic (CMT-13 and CMT-11) and a non-neoplastic primary culture (NCM) of canine mammary cells were used to assess the mechanism by which selenium inhibits cellular growth. The order of sensitivity to supplemental ...

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• (2005)
Broccoli is the richest dietary source of the potent isothiocyanate, sulforaphane (SF). Sulforaphane has been shown to have multiple mechanisms to fight cancer. However, sulforaphane is present in broccoli as its precursor, ...

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• (1969)

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