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Synonyms for gelatinize

to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

Synonyms for gelatinize

coat with gelatin

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become gelatinous or change into a jelly

convert into gelatinous form or jelly

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The possible reason was that the ultrasound wave broke or gelatinized large starch grains so that the starch could easily flow out from the pits of the cell wall.
For our dog food we use a technology where the wheat is precooked and gelatinized like pasta.
If your home e-mail address is starting to get a few too many unwelcome, unsolicitied junk e-letters, using a free-mail virtual address to do such things as register with sites online is a way to cut the gelatinized meat byproducts.
He adds that partly dried, living nematodes may prove more useful than the gelatinized ones, as the latter need to be refrigerated.
Blending of PLA with other biodegradable polymers such as polycaprolactone poly(butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) and polybutylene succinate, polyethylene glycol, gelatinized starch and natural rubber is considered to be a relatively easy route to improve the toughness property [11-19].
There is no starch granule observed, indicating the processing parameters were adequate to fully gelatinized the starch.
However, one of the limiting factors of cassava starch is the inability of the swollen, gelatinized granules to retain a stable structure, collapsing instantaneously [1].
So, to promote the use of barley and increase the demand for new products with high dietary fiber content, Brazilian scientists investigated what impact adding rice-barley pre - gelatinized flour to cookies would have on consumers' acceptability of this end product.
In addition, a gelatinized combination of squid, krill, herring, commercial fish food, amino acid supplements, and vitamins was provided three times per week.
Use of gelatinized Maca (Lepidium peruvianum) in early postmenopausal women--a pilot study.
Starch is a biopolymer that can be gelatinized to form thermoplastic starch (TPS).
Karathanos, "Prediction of Effective Moisture Diffusivity in Gelatinized Food Systems," J.
Says Finkenstadt, "The starch is gelatinized with heat and moisture, plasticized with water, and doped--all in one continuous process.