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  • Aqueous and Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein

    The almond cake is a protein- and oil-rich by-product of the mechanical expression of almond oil that has the potential to be used as a source of valuable proteins and lipids for food applications. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the individual and combined effects of solids-to-liquid ratio (SLR), reaction time, and enzyme use on oil and protein extraction yields from almond cake

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  • Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic

    01/07/2007· Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h. Emulsions from the AEE and the

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  • Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Microwave

    Keywords: Aqueous enzymatic extraction, jicaro seed, microwave, oil extraction, edible oils, viscozyme L, enzyme. Abstract: Background: Jicaro seeds can be considered oilseeds due to their high content of lipids, which could be used. Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction (AEE) of oils is a safe, economical and ecological technique, with the disadvantage

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  • Aqueous enzymatic process assisted by microwave

    15/06/2013· Aqueous enzymatic process assisted by microwave extraction of oil from yellow horn (Xanthoceras sorbifolia Bunge.) seed kernels and its quality evaluation. Li J(1), Zu YG, Luo M, Gu CB, Zhao CJ, Efferth T, Fu YJ. Author information: (1)Engineering Research Center of Forest Bio-Preparation, Ministry of Education, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin 150040, PR China. In this study, aqueous

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  • Profitability Analysis of Soybean Oil Processes

    07/10/2017· The oil in water emulsion is formed after the extraction process due to the insolubility of water and oil, and the demulsification is applied to recover the oil from the emulsion. Based on the structure of oleosome stored in the cotyledons, proteases are commonly used in aqueous extraction to improve oil yield [ 6 ], and it is defined as enzymatic assisted aqueous extraction process (EAEP).

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  • [PDF] Enzymatic Aqueous Processing of Coconuts

    Finely ground desiccated coconut meat was incubated in an aqueous medium at 50- 55oC with a commercially available enzyme system. After incubation, the coconut slurry was centrifuged into four parts: a clear oil phase, an emulsion layer, an aqueous phase, and a solid phase consisting of the extracted coconut meal. The enzymatic treatment released about 84% of the oil present in the

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  • Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic

    Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h. Emulsions from the AEE and the washing step were pooled and submitted to a stepwise

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  • high efficiency aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible

    Extraction processes of virgin coconut oil MedCrave online. Rosenthal A, Pyle DL, Niranjan K. Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 1996;19(6):402–420. Mansor TST, Che Man YB, Shuhaimi M, et al. physicochemical properties of virgin coconut oil extract . Get Price

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Processing of Coconuts

    ABSTRACT Finely ground desiccated coconut meat was incubated in an aqueous medium at 50-55ºC with a commercially available enzyme system.After incubation, the coconut slurry was centrifuged into four parts: a clear oil phase, an emulsion layer, an aqueous phase, and a solid phase consisting of the extracted coconut meal.The enzymatic treatment released about 84% of the oil present in the

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  • Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic

    Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h. Emulsions from the AEE and the washing step were pooled and submitted to a stepwise

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  • (PDF) Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil

    Also, it enables simultaneous recovery of oil and protein from most oilseeds and the process yields oil of Aqueous enzymatic oil extraction is undoubtedly an emerg- good quality complying with Codex specifications. The ing technology in the fats and oil industry since it offers need for further degumming operations is eliminated and many advantages compared to conventional extraction. For the process

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  • Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic

    23/06/2007· Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h. Emulsions from the AEE and the washing step were pooled and submitted to a

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  • Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Oil and Value-Added

    Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Oil and Value-Added Products from Corn Germ Produced in New Generation Dry-Grind Ethanol Processes. Project Number: 1935-41000-069-00D. ERRC/ARS/USDA, 600 E. Mermaid Lane, Wyndmoor, PA 19038 Robert A. Moreau, Lead Scientist, robert.moreau@ars.usda.gov Objective: Develop new environmentally safe aqueous/enzymatic processes to extract the edible oil

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic extraction processes for the

    Aqueous extraction is an emerging alternative to hexane-based oilseed extraction since it eliminates the dangers associated with processing, and allows the simultaneous recovery of high-quality protein products and vegetable oils. Five different successive non-enzymatic and enzymatic aqueous extraction processes (AEPs/EAEPs) were developed for dehulled yellow mustard flour with the aim of producing food-grade protein and yellow mustard oil for industrial applications. The oil

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  • Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Microwave

    Keywords: Aqueous enzymatic extraction, jicaro seed, microwave, oil extraction, edible oils, viscozyme L, enzyme. Abstract: Background: Jicaro seeds can be considered oilseeds due to their high content of lipids, which could be used. Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction (AEE) of oils is a safe, economical and ecological technique, with the disadvantage

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  • Profitability Analysis of Soybean Oil Processes

    07/10/2017· The oil in water emulsion is formed after the extraction process due to the insolubility of water and oil, and the demulsification is applied to recover the oil from the emulsion. Based on the structure of oleosome stored in the cotyledons, proteases are commonly used in aqueous extraction to improve oil yield [ 6 ], and it is defined as enzymatic assisted aqueous extraction process (EAEP).

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  • Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic

    Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h. Emulsions from the AEE and the washing step were pooled and submitted to a stepwise

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  • (PDF) Combined effect of operational variables

    IntroductionIndustrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step, sometimes preceded by pressing. Safety considerations on the use of organic solvents prompted attempts in the past to develop aqueous extraction but these were unsuccessful mainly due to the low oil yields [1][2][3]. Recently, interest in aqueous extraction processes has

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  • (PDF) REVIEW ON OIL EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES

    KEYWORDS: Edible Oils, Oil Recovery Methods, Solvent, Aqueous, Enzymatic & Supercritical Fluid Received: Accepted: Paper Id.: IJASRAUG201773 Original Article INTRODUCTION Oils are broadly classified into edible and nonedible. Generally, edible oil serves as a major source of meal in diet. Ground nut, mustard, sunflower, soybean etc are the

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  • Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic

    01/07/2007· Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h. Emulsions from the AEE and the

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic extraction processes for the

    Abstract Aqueous extraction is an emerging alternative to hexane-based oilseed extraction since it eliminates the dangers associated with processing, and allows the simultaneous recovery of high-quality protein products and vegetable oils. Five different successive non-enzymatic and enzymatic aqueous extraction processes (AEPs/EAEPs) were developed for dehulled yellow mustard flour with the

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  • Use of a Combined Technology of Ultrasonication, Three

    13/11/2014· Algal oil from Spirogyra sp. was extracted using a combined technology of ultrasonication, three-phase partitioning, and aqueous enzymatic oil extraction. Ultrasonication was done to rupture the cell wall and papain was used for an easier release of the trapped oil. The salt concentration for three-phase partitioning, preincubation period with (or without) the protease, and its

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  • Development of a "Green" Aqueous Enzymatic Process to

    aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn oil from dry –milled corn germ and enzymatic wet milled corn germ (E-germ), J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 86: 469-474, 2009. AEOE with oil enrichment via

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  • Development of a "Green" Aqueous Enzymatic Process to

    aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn oil from dry –milled corn germ and enzymatic wet milled corn germ (E-germ), J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 86: 469-474, 2009. AEOE with oil enrichment via

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil

    Article "Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction." Detailed information of the J-GLOBAL is a service based on the concept of Linking, Expanding, and Sparking, linking science and technology information which hitherto stood alone to support the generation of ideas. By linking the information entered, we provide opportunities to make unexpected discoveries and obtain

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  • Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein

    Aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) is a safe and efficient vegetable-oil extraction process that may also result in edible protein hydrolysates. In th

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  • Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Microwave

    Keywords: Aqueous enzymatic extraction, jicaro seed, microwave, oil extraction, edible oils, viscozyme L, enzyme. Abstract: Background: Jicaro seeds can be considered oilseeds due to their high content of lipids, which could be used. Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction (AEE) of oils is a safe, economical and ecological technique, with the disadvantage

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

    An aqueous process is looked upon as an environmentally cleaner alternative technology for oil extraction. Organic solvents such as hexane, in particular, can contribute to the industrial emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The production of VOCs in the conventional process is particularly worrisome since these can react in the atmosphere with other pollutants to produce ozone and other

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic extraction processes for the

    Abstract Aqueous extraction is an emerging alternative to hexane-based oilseed extraction since it eliminates the dangers associated with processing, and allows the simultaneous recovery of high-quality protein products and vegetable oils. Five different successive non-enzymatic and enzymatic aqueous extraction processes (AEPs/EAEPs) were developed for dehulled yellow mustard flour with the

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  • (PDF) Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein

    Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein Hydrolysates from roasted peanut seeds. Hongshun YANG. Related Papers. Analytical Investigations to Compare the Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Vegetable Oils with Conventional Methods. By Sajid Latif. Physicochemical characteristics, functional properties, and nutritional benefits of peanut oil: a review . By Nauman Khalid and IFTIKHAR AHMED

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  • Development of a "Green" Aqueous Enzymatic Process to

    aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn oil from dry –milled corn germ and enzymatic wet milled corn germ (E-germ), J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 86: 469-474, 2009. AEOE with oil enrichment via

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

    01/11/1996· ELSEVIER Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, and K. Niranjan Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, United Kingdom Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Processing of Coconuts

    ABSTRACT Finely ground desiccated coconut meat was incubated in an aqueous medium at 50-55ºC with a commercially available enzyme system.After incubation, the coconut slurry was centrifuged into four parts: a clear oil phase, an emulsion layer, an aqueous phase, and a solid phase consisting of the extracted coconut meal.The enzymatic treatment released about 84% of the oil present in the

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  • [PDF] Enzymatic Aqueous Processing of Coconuts

    Finely ground desiccated coconut meat was incubated in an aqueous medium at 50- 55oC with a commercially available enzyme system. After incubation, the coconut slurry was centrifuged into four parts: a clear oil phase, an emulsion layer, an aqueous phase, and a solid phase consisting of the extracted coconut meal. The enzymatic treatment released about 84% of the oil present in the

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  • Effect of Aqueous Enzymatic Processes on Sunflower

    Effect of Aqueous Enzymatic Processes on Sunflower Oil Quality. Sajid Latif. Farooq Anwar. Sajid Latif. Farooq Anwar. Related Papers. Analytical Investigations to Compare the Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Vegetable Oils with Conventional Methods. By Sajid Latif. Other factors affecting yield and composition of essential oil. By Wellars Rutayisire. Aqueous enzymatic process for oil and protein

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