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Effect of propionic acid on the chemical composition and biochemical properties of rice grain of higher moisture


Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii Pishchevaya Tekhnologiya (1): 25-27
Effect of propionic acid on the chemical composition and biochemical properties of rice grain of higher moisture
Treatment of freshly harvested moist rice grain with propionic acid in an aerosol state and its storage in a ferroconcrete grain elevator for 60 days negligibly affected the content of the main reserve substances of rice grain, starch and protein. The fractional composition of the latter did not change significantly. Propionic acid, which has an inactivating effect on amylolytic and proteolytic enzymes, facilitates preservation of the initial quality of the moist rice grain.


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