diastasis

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diastasis

[dī′as·tə·səs]
(medicine)
Any simple separation of parts normally joined together, as the separation of an epiphysis from the body of a bone without true fracture, or the dislocation of an amphiarthrosis.
(physiology)
The final phase of diastole, the phase of slow ventricular filling.
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High diastatic flours tend to be lighter in colour and can be used to add natural enzymes to bread dough, improving the bloom, texture and flavour of the final product.
Diastatic malt, rich in enzymes thatimprove the flavor, the texture, and the appearance of homemade bread, helps to keep the bread fresh longer.
Roasting imparts desirable flavour and colour in malwa, and also gelatinises the starch in the dough rendering it easy for assimilation by malt diastatic enzymes during the mashing stage.
Eleven QTLwere associated with five malting quality traits (grain protein percentage, soluble/total (S/T) protein ratio, alpha amylase activity, diastatic power and malt extract percentage).