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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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Whereas the torque is proportional to the viscosity in Newtonian fluids, the relation between torque and viscosity in the non-Newtonian fluids involving gelatinized starch is not straight forward, however.
However, they differ in the lack of velar remnants on pileus margin, basidiospores slightly smaller with a reduced germ pore, lack of cheilochrysocystidia, and pileipellis with a thick gelatinized layer (Noordeloos, 2011).
The value of WVP of films FOSA and FOSB increased when the gelatinized starch was oxidized, and this might be because of the already mentioned hydrophilicity of the modified starch that would increase as its hydroxyl groups were oxidized to aldehyde or ketone groups [47].
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.
A degradable, bioactive, gelatinized alginate hydrogel to improve stem cell/growth factor delivery and facilitate healing after myocardial infarction.
To understand the pathogenic mechanism of the multifactorial disease like DR, we investigate the role of gelatinized MMPs from clinical isolates.
It now comes also in a multipack of eight, and the gelatinized yellow peel can be eaten along with the ice cream inside.
Aht-Ong, "Properties of compatibilized polylactide blend films with gelatinized corn and tapioca starches, " Journal of Applied Polymer Science, vol.
This was proportionally equivalent to the standard reaction mixture for amylase assay based on the enzyme activity on hydrolyzing gelatinized starch (Bernfeld, 1955).