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  • US Patent for Whole grain non-dairy milk production

    A method comprising selection of unbroken whole grain rice that are first washed, or whole grain corn that is first reduced in size, and then making an aqueous slurry that is subsequently wet milled to release all the protein, fat, fiber, and starch components normally held in the structure of the grain. The resulting slurry can be reacted with heat to gelatinize the starch and the subsequent

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  • Oil Separation from Wet-Milled Corn Germ Dispersions by

    The unrefined product oil was worth about $0.35 lb -1 on October 2008 [4]. Oil yields of 65 wt.% were recovered from wet-milled or dry-milled germ by laboratory scale pressing [5], press cake from

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  • (PDF) S. Harris, L. Fisher,M. Jochim; C. Knipper, R

    Landscape archaeology in Central Europe has historically built on a foundation of high-resolution excavations of village structures. In this poster, we combine results of systematic plow zone survey carried out by two research groups to explore and

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  • Production of food-grade corn germ product by

    The commercially produced, solvent-extracted, corn germ flour taught by Canolty et al. [J. Food Sci. 42: 269 (1977)], for example, contains a residual oil content of 2%. The result is an eventual reduction in the product's organoleptic and nutritional qualities.

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  • 1. Introduction

    Besides, the contribution of corn bioethanol in addressing the global warming issues is very modest while having a small positive net energy balance; i.e. the energy return on investment (EROI) of corn bioethanol is low (=1.2-1.6) compared to oil (=9) [6]. The emerging challenges for 1 st

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  • Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated Wet

    The low dose and low price of the enzyme complex leads to a cost estimate of AEE of corn oil from germ, similar to the wet‐milled germ extracted, cost competitive with expelled oil (with the separation and drying of the foam protein), and feasible for commercialization in a dry grind plant retrofitted to separate germ.

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  • Production of food-grade corn germ product by

    The commercially produced, solvent-extracted, corn germ flour taught by Canolty et al. [J. Food Sci. 42: 269 (1977)], for example, contains a residual oil content of 2%. The result is an eventual reduction in the product's organoleptic and nutritional qualities.

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  • Surfactant-Based Oil Extraction of Corn Germ SpringerLink

    In the extraction process, the ground corn germ was shaken with predetermined surfactant and salt concentrations at room temperature for 45 min. About 83%, the sum of total free oil and total oil-in-water emulsion, of the corn oil was extracted from the corn germ using a formulation of 0.4% C12,14–P10–E2–SO4Na and 1% NaCl.

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  • Aqueous and Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein from

    A Process for the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Oil from Dry Milled Corn Germ and Enzymatic Wet Milled Corn Germ (E-Germ). J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 2009, 86, 469–474. [Google Scholar] Moreau, R.A.; Johnston, D.B.; Powell, M.J.; Hicks, K.B. A comparison of commercial enzymes for the aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn oil from corn germ.

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  • (PDF) Groundnut (Peanut) Oil Lisa Dean Academia.edu

    Groundnut (Peanut) Oil. Composition, Properties and Uses, 2011. Lisa Dean. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER. Groundnut (Peanut) Oil. Download. Groundnut (Peanut) Oil.

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  • Development of a "Green" Aqueous Enzymatic Process to

    wet milled corn germ (E-germ), J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 86: 469-474, 2009. Effect of Cooking on Corn Foam separation of oil from enzymatically treated wet-milled corn germ dispersions, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 86, 927-932, 2009. AEOE with oil enrichment via

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    Non-tariff measures (NTMs) are policy measures — other than ordinary customs tariffs — that can potentially have an economic effect on international trade in

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  • Molecular Dynamics Simulation of the Cooperative

    Molecular dynamic simulations have been carried out on systems containing a mixture of barley lipid transfer protein (LTP) and cis-isocohumulone (a hop derived iso-α-acid) in one of its enol forms, in bulk water and at the vacuum−water interface. In solution, the cis-isocohumulone molecules bind to the surface of the LTP molecule. The mechanism of binding appears to be purely hydrophobic in

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  • Surfactant-Based Oil Extraction of Corn Germ, Journal

    About extraction [14] methods have also been evaluated for corn 83%, the sum of total free oil and total oil-in-water germ oil extraction. emulsion, of the corn oil was extracted from the corn germ The use of non-toxic surfactants to extract oil from plant using a formulation of 0.4% C –P –E –SO Na and seeds is an alternative approach

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  • THE NUTRITION AND FEEDING OF FARMED FISH AND SHRIMP

    Corn germ meal (wet milled): Ground corn germ from which most of the solubles have been removed by steeping and most of the oil removed by hydraulic, expeller, or solvent extraction processes, and is obtained in the wet milling process of manufacture of corn, corn syrup, or other corn products.

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  • Surfactant-Based Oil Extraction of Corn Germ, Journal

    About extraction [14] methods have also been evaluated for corn 83%, the sum of total free oil and total oil-in-water germ oil extraction. emulsion, of the corn oil was extracted from the corn germ The use of non-toxic surfactants to extract oil from plant using a formulation of 0.4% C –P –E –SO Na and seeds is an alternative approach

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  • Surfactant-Based Oil Extraction of Corn Germ, Journal

    About extraction [14] methods have also been evaluated for corn 83%, the sum of total free oil and total oil-in-water germ oil extraction. emulsion, of the corn oil was extracted from the corn germ The use of non-toxic surfactants to extract oil from plant using a formulation of 0.4% C –P –E –SO Na and seeds is an alternative approach

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  • Molecular Dynamics Simulation of the Cooperative

    Molecular dynamic simulations have been carried out on systems containing a mixture of barley lipid transfer protein (LTP) and cis-isocohumulone (a hop derived iso-α-acid) in one of its enol forms, in bulk water and at the vacuum−water interface. In solution, the cis-isocohumulone molecules bind to the surface of the LTP molecule. The mechanism of binding appears to be purely hydrophobic in

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  • Recoveries of Oil and Hydrolyzed Sugars from Corn Germ

    Corn germ meal, solid residues after oil extraction from corn germ, was used as a model feedstock. Corn germ meal is the solid residue after oil extraction from corn germ in a wet milling facility . It is commonly combined with corn fiber to produce corn gluten feed,

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  • Aqueous and Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein from

    A Process for the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Oil from Dry Milled Corn Germ and Enzymatic Wet Milled Corn Germ (E-Germ). J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 2009, 86, 469–474. [Google Scholar] Moreau, R.A.; Johnston, D.B.; Powell, M.J.; Hicks, K.B. A comparison of commercial enzymes for the aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn oil from corn germ.

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  • Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by

    Oil is currently removed from dry-milled germ or wet-milled germ by crushing for 35–45 $/tonne or by hexane extraction for 20–40 $/tonne (Foster, 2005). These costs, as well as the capital to build an oil recovery facility on site, are significant hurdles to separating corn germ, and then oil, from dry-grind ethanol plants.

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  • Separation of buoyant particles from an aqueous dispersion

    We previously reported an oil yield of 26.9 g of oil from 100 g of corn germ (wet milled germ kept in cold storage for 6 months) dispersed in 1000 g of 3% acetate buffer (pH 4.1) using an incubator/shaker to shake the germ dispersion in a 2 L beaker with 10 mL of cellulase @ 160 rpm, for 23 h at 70 ∘ C (Dickey et al., 2008).

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  • Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by

    Oil separation from corn germ by aqueous extraction (AE) was studied. Batches of 5–20% germ in a buffer solution were preheated in a pressure cooker, ground in a blender or colloid mill, churned in an incubator/shaker and centrifuged to separate a free oil fraction.

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  • Book on Starch Allied Products Manufacturing Process

    The book contains chapters on Starch (Composition, Production, Modification and Starch Soup), Starch Structure, Manufacture of Starch from Maize (Structure, Composition and Quality), Manufacture of Acetylated Corn Starches, Activated Carbon from Corn Starch for Treating Dye Waste Water, Potato Starch Manufacture (Grinding, Juice Extraction and Fiber Extraction), Thickening Agent Based on

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  • (PDF) Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated

    AEE of corn oil from germ, similar to the wet-milled germ extracted, cost competitive with expelled oil (with the separation and drying of the foam protein), and feasible for

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  • Soy products for the meat industry Journal

    Replacement of animal fat with fractionated and partially hydrogenated palm oil in beef burgers. FUNCTIONALITY OF MILK PROTEINS AND CORN GERM PROTEIN FLOUR IN COMMINUTED MEAT PRODUCTS. ADDITION OF DRY- AND WET-MILLED CORN GERM FLOURS TO MODEL SYSTEM FRANKFURTERS OF THREE FAT LEVELS.

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  • Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction

    Robert A. Moreau, Leland C. Dickey, David B. Johnston, Kevin B. Hicks, A Process for the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Oil from Dry Milled Corn Germ and Enzymatic Wet Milled Corn Germ (E‐Germ), Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 10.1007/s11746-009-1363-x, 86, 5, (469-474), (2009).

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  • US4181748A Combined dry-wet milling process for refining

    A continuous process for refining whole grain corn to obtain a prime corn starch fraction, an animal feed product and, optionally, corn oil. The process comprises dry milling corn kernels to provide an endosperm fraction, a germ fraction, a fiber (hull) fraction and a cleanings fraction, wet milling the endosperm fraction including using two distinct steeping steps, one upstream and the other

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  • Oil Separation from Wet-Milled Corn Germ Dispersions by

    The unrefined product oil was worth about $0.35 lb -1 on October 2008 [4]. Oil yields of 65 wt.% were recovered from wet-milled or dry-milled germ by laboratory scale pressing [5], press cake from

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  • Book on Starch Allied Products Manufacturing Process

    The book contains chapters on Starch (Composition, Production, Modification and Starch Soup), Starch Structure, Manufacture of Starch from Maize (Structure, Composition and Quality), Manufacture of Acetylated Corn Starches, Activated Carbon from Corn Starch for Treating Dye Waste Water, Potato Starch Manufacture (Grinding, Juice Extraction and Fiber Extraction), Thickening Agent Based on

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  • (PDF) S. Harris, L. Fisher,M. Jochim; C. Knipper, R

    Landscape archaeology in Central Europe has historically built on a foundation of high-resolution excavations of village structures. In this poster, we combine results of systematic plow zone survey carried out by two research groups to explore and

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  • GUIDELINES FARM FEEDS

    Maize germ meal (wet milled) / maize germ cake. is ground maize germ from which most of the solubles have been removed by steeping and most of the oil removed by hydraulic, expeller, or solvent extraction processes, and is obtained in the wet milling process of manufacture of maize starch, maize syrup, or other maize products. 12.16 Malto dextrins

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  • GUIDELINES FARM FEEDS

    Maize germ meal (wet milled) / maize germ cake. is ground maize germ from which most of the solubles have been removed by steeping and most of the oil removed by hydraulic, expeller, or solvent extraction processes, and is obtained in the wet milling process of manufacture of maize starch, maize syrup, or other maize products. 12.16 Malto dextrins

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  • (PDF) Groundnut (Peanut) Oil Lisa Dean Academia.edu

    Groundnut (Peanut) Oil. Composition, Properties and Uses, 2011. Lisa Dean. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER. Groundnut (Peanut) Oil. Download. Groundnut (Peanut) Oil.

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  • Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by

    Oil is currently removed from dry-milled germ or wet-milled germ by crushing for 35–45$/tonne or by hexane extraction for 20–40$/tonne (Foster, 2005). These costs, as well as the capital to build an oil recovery facility on site, are significant hurdles to separating corn germ, and then oil

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    Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by Oil is currently removed from dry-milled germ or wet-milled germ by crushing for 35–45$/tonne

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Extraction (EAE) Springer for Research

    Dickey L, Kurantz M, Parris N (2008) Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by aqueous oil extraction and aqueous enzymatic oil extraction. Ind Crops Prod 27(3):303–307 Google Scholar 56.

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  • Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction

    Robert A. Moreau, Leland C. Dickey, David B. Johnston, Kevin B. Hicks, A Process for the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Oil from Dry Milled Corn Germ and Enzymatic Wet Milled Corn Germ (E‐Germ), Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 10.1007/s11746-009-1363-x, 86, 5, (469-474), (2009).

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Extraction (EAE) Springer for Research

    Dickey L, Kurantz M, Parris N (2008) Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by aqueous oil extraction and aqueous enzymatic oil extraction. Ind Crops Prod 27(3):303–307 Google Scholar 56.

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  • advantages of wet milling

    Wet milling involves steeping the corn for up to 48 hours to assist in separating the parts of the corn kernel Processing the slurry separates the germ from the rest of the kernel, which is processed further to separate the fiber, starch, and gluten The fiber and corn gluten become components of animal feed while the starch is fermented to

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  • advantages of wet milling

    Wet milling involves steeping the corn for up to 48 hours to assist in separating the parts of the corn kernel Processing the slurry separates the germ from the rest of the kernel, which is processed further to separate the fiber, starch, and gluten The fiber and corn gluten become components of animal feed while the starch is fermented to

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  • Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated Wet

    Dickey LC, Kurantz MJ, Parris N (2008) Oil separation from wet milled corn germ dispersions by aqueous extraction and aqueous enzymatic extraction. Ind Crops Prod 27:303–307 Google Scholar. 8. Dickey LC, Kurantz MJ, Cooke PH, Parris N, Moreau RA (2008) Separation of oil from a fine dispersion of corn germ particles in water using a bubble column.

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    Abd El-Fatah Abomohra, Mahdy Elsayed, Sivakumar Esakkimuthu, Mostafa El-Sheekh, Dieter Hanelt, Potential of fat, oil and grease (FOG) for biodiesel production: A critical review on the recent progress and future perspectives, Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, 10.1016/j.pecs.2020.100868, 81, (100868), (2020).

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    Phase Separation of Wheat Flour Dough Studied by Ultracentrifugation and Stress Relaxation. Protein Content, and Viscosity of Starch from Wet-Milled Corn Hybrids as Influenced by Environmentally Induced Changes in Test Weight Effect of Alternative Milling Techniques on the Yield and Composition of Corn Germ Oil and Corn Fiber Oil. Singh

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  • SIMULTANEOUS RECOVERY OF PROTEIN AND OIL FROM RAW

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  • Soy products for the meat industry Journal

    Replacement of animal fat with fractionated and partially hydrogenated palm oil in beef burgers. FUNCTIONALITY OF MILK PROTEINS AND CORN GERM PROTEIN FLOUR IN COMMINUTED MEAT PRODUCTS. ADDITION OF DRY- AND WET-MILLED CORN GERM FLOURS TO MODEL SYSTEM FRANKFURTERS OF THREE FAT LEVELS.

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  • THE NUTRITION AND FEEDING OF FARMED FISH AND SHRIMP

    Corn germ meal (wet milled): Ground corn germ from which most of the solubles have been removed by steeping and most of the oil removed by hydraulic, expeller, or solvent extraction processes, and is obtained in the wet milling process of manufacture of corn, corn syrup, or other corn products.

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