Explain the properties of hydrolysed soy proteins, Biology

Explain the Properties of hydrolysed soy proteins

Partially hydrolysed soy proteins possess good foam stabilization properties and can be used as whipping agents in combination with egg albumen or whole eggs in confectionary products and desserts.

Isolated soybean protein has been shown to be an effective spray-drying aid in fruit purees. In this application, it can replace maltodextrins, with the advantage of contributing protein to the final  product. A nutritious "shake" base was produced by spray-drying ripe banana  puree containing up to 20% ISP on dry matter basis.

 

Posted Date: 7/5/2013 7:12:01 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Explain the properties of hydrolysed soy proteins, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Explain the properties of hydrolysed soy proteins, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Explain the properties of hydrolysed soy proteins Discussions

Write discussion on Explain the properties of hydrolysed soy proteins
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
examples on woody perennial Angiosperm species and herbaceous annual angiosperm species. thanks

Q. Complications during rheumatic heart disease? Inflammation of Inning of heart (pericarditis), anaemia, heart ,enlargement, valve deformities (mitral and tricuspid valves),

Synthesis of Polyamine As the name of this class of compounds suggests, polyamines have several amino groups replacing hydrogen usually in alkyl chain e.g., putrescine is 1, 4

classification sketch of protozoa

You are studying a gene, and its effects on skin cells. You want to find out A) If the protein made encoded by this gene binds to DNA in a particular place B) if the protein binds

Q. What is the difference between rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum? The endoplasmic reticulum is a delicate membranous structure contiguous to the nuclear membrane as wel

Explain the Advantages of Double Beam Method? The double beam method has advantage over single beam as it automatically corrects, for the change in light transmission, through

what are the theories of animal classification

Chiasmata formation takes place where crossing over occurs. Here Chromatid segments are exchanged which contributes to genetic variability. The 46 homologous chromosomes arrange at

Explain the Colorimetric Method Glucose Estimation? Alkaline copper reduction methods are by far the most commonly used methods for glucose estimation. This time honoured metho