Dashicage Retaining the straightforward organization and detailed, accessible style of the original, this edition begins with an examination of major food components such as water, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and enzymes. We provide a free online form to document your learning and a certificate for your records. Chapter 11 Food Additives. This book is helpful if you have a very specific and detailed area of interest.
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Artikel bewerten Offers insights into topics such as chemical-physical interactions between major food constituents, the impact of biotechnology on food supply and quality, enzymes, lipids edible muscle tissue, and edible plant tissues.
This edition introduces new editors and contributors, who are recognized experts in their fields. All chapters reflect recent scientific advances and, where appropriate, have expanded and evolved their focus to provide readers with the current state-of-the-science of chemistry for the food industry.
The fourth edition presents an entirely new chapter, Impact of Biotechnology on Food Supply and Quality, which examines the latest research in biotechnology and molecular interactions. Two former chapters receive extensive attention in the new edition including Physical and Chemical Interactions of Components in Food Systems formerly "Summary: Integrative Concepts" and Bioactive Substances: Nutraceuticals and Toxicants formerly "Toxic Substances" , which highlights bioactive agents and their role in human health and represents the feverish study of the connection between food and health undertaken over the last decade.
It discusses bioactive substances from both a regulatory and health standpoint. Retaining the straightforward organization and detailed, accessible style of the original, this edition begins with an examination of major food components such as water, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and enzymes. The second section looks at minor food components including vitamins and minerals, colorants, flavor, and additives.
The final section considers food systems by reviewing basic considerations as well as specific information on the characteristics of milk and the postmortem physiology of edible muscle and postharvest physiology of plant tissues. Useful appendices provide keys to the international system of units, conversion factors, log P values calculation, and the Greek alphabet.
Introduction to Food Chemistry, O. Fennema, S. Damodaran, and K. Reid and O. Fennema Carbohydrates, J. BeMiller and K. Huber Lipids, D. McClements and E. Damodaran Enzymes, K.
Fennema's Food Chemistry, Fourth Edition