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gelatinize

[jə′lat·ən‚īz]
(engineering)
To coat or treat with a solution of gelatin.
(materials)
To convert into a gelatinous form or into a gel.
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More or less homogeneous, thin, flexible and transparent films were obtained from gelatinized starch slurries with and without additives (Fig.
Studies on the effect of increasing proportions of sucrose or gelatinized maize starch in diets for rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri, R.
Results from gustatory response (Table 4) indicated that larvae strongly preferred to feed on gelatinized blends containing chlorophyll compared to no chlorophyll (control).
A possible explanation may be that the ultrasonic wave broke or gelatinized starch grains and simultaneously caused pit breakdown so that the starch could easily flow out from the pits of the cell wall.
Fish were fed a gelatinized combination of herring, capelin, and squid three times weekly during the holding period.
24) Surface sizing is commonly applied on the size press, using a gelatinized solution of starch in cooked or modified form, with wax emulsions or additives.
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Direct fermentation of gelatinized sago starch to acetone-butanol-ethanol by Clostridium acetobutylicum, World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 17(6): 567-576.
We boiled beans in the lab to see what cooked starch grains looked like-and recognized these gelatinized or heat-damaged grains in the samples from the teeth," said Piperno.
The pseudoplastic property of gelatinized starch, considered here through a power law model, is important, since it contributes to suspending properties at a lower shear without rendering the material too viscous upon mixing.
Gelatinized starch is, in essence, an amylose gel network with the swollen granules as filler [11].