+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Water soluble nonstarchy poly saccharides of composite flours part 2 the effect of poly saccharides from yam dioscorea and cassava flours on the rheological behavior of wheat dough



Water soluble nonstarchy poly saccharides of composite flours part 2 the effect of poly saccharides from yam dioscorea and cassava flours on the rheological behavior of wheat dough



Cereal Chemistry 54(4): 813-819



Water-soluble nonstarchy polysaccharides (W.S.N.P.) extracted from flours milled from dried tubers of the 2 most common West African species of yam (D. rotundata Poir. and D. alata L.) and roots of cassava (Manihot utilissima Pohl., cv. Ankra) were tested for their effect on the rheological behavior of wheat dough during mixing and in simple tension. W.S.N.P. were prepared in the same as water-soluble wheat pentosans of a typical bread flour which were used as a standard for comparison. While 1% replacement of wheat flour with an equal amount of cassava W.S.N.P. resulted in a reduced farinograph absorption of the mixture, yam W.S.N.P. and wheat pentosans exhibited an opposite effect. The highest increase in farinograph absorption (4.7%) followed the substitution of wheat flour with W.S.N.P. of D. rotundata Poir. origin. Analysis of data obtained in simple tension revealed that the tested materials (with the exception of D. rotundata Poir. W.S.N.P.) behaved as a rheologically inert material showing no significant effect on parameters other than those influenced by the changes in the water absorption characteristics. A distinct strengthening effect was noticed with doughs containing D. rotundata Poir. W.S.N.P., which was unrelated to the high water-binding capacity of this material. In rheological tests on bromated doughs, all W.S.N.P. appeared as an inert material with respect to the bromate reaction.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 006914455

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Water soluble nonstarchy poly saccharides of composite flours part 1 chemical nature of poly saccharides from yam dioscorea and cassava flours. Cereal Chemistry 54(4): 746-759, 1977

Water soluble nonstarchy polysaccharides of composite flours. iI. the effect of polysaccharides from yam (Dioscorea) and cassava flours on the rheological behavior of wheat. Cereal chemistry: 54 (4) 813-819, 1977

Carbohydrates of legume flours compared with wheat flour part 3 nonstarchy poly saccharides. Cereal Chemistry 56(2): 45-49, 1979

Poly saccharides elaborated by polyporus fomentarius and polyporus igniarius part 2 water soluble acidic poly saccharides from the fruit bodies. Carbohydrate Research 12(1): 29-35, 1970

The effect of nonstarchy polysaccharides from yam, sorghum, and millet flours on the rheological behavior of wheat doughs. Cereal chemistry: 51 (6) 734-750, 1974

Poly saccharides in fungi part 4 acidic oligo saccharides from acidic hetero glycans of tremella fuciformis and detailed structures of the poly saccharides. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 26(12): 3871-3876, 1978

Chemistry and properties of the nonstarchy poly saccharides of wheat flour. Lebensmittel Wissenschaft and Technologie 9(3): 143-148, 1976

Protein poly saccharide systems 2. interrelation between water soluble not starch like rye poly saccharides and wheat gliadin. Nahrung 28(3): 323-325, 1984

Studies on the non starchy poly saccharides of the endosperm of buckwheat d part 2 the main poly saccharide of the water soluble fraction. Agricultural & Biological Chemistry 34(10): 1522-1529, 1970

Poly saccharides of cell walls from candida albicans 2 immunochemical properties of water soluble poly saccharides inst agar gel diffusion test inst quantitative precipitin reaction inst immuno electrophoresis. Shikoku Acta Med 24(5): 545-552, 1968

Studies on fungal poly saccharides part 19 chemical structure of a water soluble poly saccharide from the cell wall of cladosporium trichoides. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 24(8): 1718-1723, 1976

Poly saccharides of the red alga rhodymenia pertusa part 2 cell wall glucan pmr studies on per methylated poly saccharides. Canadian Journal of Chemistry 49(8): 1302-1305, 1971

Algal poly saccharides part 24 application of carbon 13 nmr spectroscopy to structural analysis of agar group poly saccharides. Bioorganicheskaya Khimiya 4(1): 74-81, 1978

Poly saccharides of algae part 25 application of carbon 13 nmr spectroscopy for structural analysis of carrageenan kappa type poly saccharides. Bioorganicheskaya Khimiya 4(6): 745-751, 1978

Poly saccharides in lichens and fungi part 1 anti tumor active poly saccharides of gyrophora esculenta and lasallia papulosa. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 16(12): 2362-2369, 1968