gelatinize

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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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They attributed the increase in gelatinisations to the hydrolysis of the amorphous lamella which functions to destabilize the crystalline lamella by increasing the hydration and swelling of crystallites.
According to tests carried out over four weeks C*AraSet provided stable colour after gelatinisation, flexible layers, good addition properties (with no fat migration of fat centres to the surface).
Roasting not only imparts a desirable flavour and colour in Kwete, but also to some extent gelatinises the starch in the dough rendering it readily available for gelatinisation by malt diastatic enzymes during mashing step.
However, overlap in standard deviations within this group, together with degradation and possible swelling of fossil grains due to gelatinisation, makes differentiation to species on this basis in our case unreliable.
The manufacturing technology used enables strict control over the degree and speed of gelatinisation. This in turn gives users the desired functionality combined with considerable flexibility in both hot and cold processes.
The herbs and spices remain dormant until yeast activity and starch gelatinisation have finished and the processing temperature passes 60[degrees]C.