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eBook Plant Proteins from European Crops: Food and Non-Food Applications ePub

by Jacques Gueguen,Yves Popineau

  • ISBN: 3540632913
  • Category: Science and Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jacques Gueguen,Yves Popineau
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (May 4, 1998)
  • Pages: 339
  • ePub book: 1228 kb
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Food and Non-Food Applications. In this book, numerous scientists working on all aspects of proteins from the major European crops report on the role played by plant proteins in food systems and their effects on human health.

Food and Non-Food Applications. Summarizes current knowledge of the use of plant proteins for food and non-food production (. New methods of protein modification are examined as well as the possibilities of optimizing their functionality. In addition, the most recent data on protein-based plastic materials and other non-food products are presented. Show all. Table of contents (56 chapters).

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Plant Proteins from European Crops: Food and Non-Food Applications. Jointly published with INRA, Paris Plant proteins are regarded as versatile, functional ingredients or as active biological compounds, and as essential nutrients in food.

It describes specifically developments in the study of the biosynthesis of macromolecules and biopolymer design, going on to model systems such as biopolymer assemblies, interfaces and interphases.

1998 Food and Non-Food Applications. Coordinators: Gueguen Jacques, Popineau Yves. In this book numerous scientists working on all aspects of proteins from the major european crops report current knowledge of the role played by plant proteins in food systems and their effects on human health. These books may interest you.

In Plant Proteins from European Crops: Food and Non-Food Applications, pp. 169–176 [Gueguen . European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 42, 367–393. Millward, DJ & Roberts, SR (1996) Protein requirement of older individuals. 169–176. Berlin: Springer–Verlag. Millward, DJ (1998 b) Metabolic demands for amino acids and the human dietary requirement: Millward and Rivers (1988) revisited.

Keywords: Dietary proteins, plant foods, cereals, legumes, digestibility, biological value, amino acid . Plant proteins in the human diet include a diverse range, which vary in terms of amino acid composition and digestibility

Keywords: Dietary proteins, plant foods, cereals, legumes, digestibility, biological value, amino acid requirements, vegetarianism, meat, developing countries, children, chronic diseases, cardiovascular disease, cancer, phytoestrogens. 1. Introduction 2. Protein Quantity . Plant proteins in the human diet include a diverse range, which vary in terms of amino acid composition and digestibility. They are perfectly capable of satisfying human needs for all ages when consumed in appropriate mixtures.

Protein crops: Food and feed for the future View all 29 Articles . While European consumers have a positive opinion on plant protein consumption, many do not know that lupin is a plant protein source comparable to soya bean. Concern about the sustainability and dependence of non-European protein sources, as well as potential environmental advantages, have re-established interest in lupins and other legume crops, and production has increased since 2003 (Figure 1). To establish lupin-based products as serious alternatives, the supply chain of these products must be assessed in terms of production costs, yields and quality, as well as.

Jointly published with INRA, ParisPlant proteins are regarded as versatile, functional ingredients or as active biological compounds, and as essential nutrients in food. Besides food uses, plant proteins are also considered as "green" chemical molecules useful in manufacturing non-food industrial products. This new utilization of plant proteins presents a great challenge for agriculture and industry and will also be beneficial for the environment. In this book, numerous scientists working on all aspects of proteins from the major European crops report on the role played by plant proteins in food systems and their effects on human health. In addition, the most recent data on protein-based plastic materials and other non-food products are presented.