soluble starch


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soluble starch

[′säl·yə·bəl ′stärch]
(materials)
A group of water-soluble polymers formed from starch, such as the starches derived from corn or potato, by acetylation, acid hydrolysis, chlorination, or by action of enzymes to form starch acetates, ethers, and esters; used as textile sizing agents, emulsifying agents, and paper coatings.
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In current research, a non-linear mixed-effects model is investigated to determine the impact of acarbose on postprandial glycemia in a single rat after the ingestion of soluble starch.
All the isolates were subjected to screening their ability of amylase enzyme production using starch agar plates (10 g/L soluble starch, 4 g/L yeast extract, 1 g/L K2HPO4 and 1.
5% (w/v) soluble starch (Merck) as substrates in 50 mM sodium phosphate buffer.
Ag nanocolloids were synthesized by green chemistry approach using soluble starch as stabilizing agent.
0) containing 1% soluble starch and incubated at 25C for 10 min, the amount of reducing sugar released in the mixture was determined by the addition of 2 ml of 3, 5 dinitrosalicylic acid method (Yang et al.
Hence, this study was conducted to determine the effects of SM and soluble starch (SS) on BA and microbial diversity using in vitro ruminal fermentation.
Lactose, glucan and soluble starch are better for producing enzyme [9].
Recently, Shogren and Biswas (2006) reported a simple method for preparation of highly water soluble starch acetates and mixed esters using microwave heating under non aqueous, homogeneous conditions.
Millsp), a tropical grain-legume in which drought caused moderate increase in glucose and fructose concentrations as well as a pronounced increase in the activities of enzymes hydrolyzing soluble starch (amylases) and sucrose (invertase and sucrose synthase), so that the sucrose content of leaves became diminished.
The decrease in starch content in cooked beans may be as a consequence of the leaching out of soluble starch portion and the soluble sugars by boiling water during the cooking process.
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