cassava starch

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Synonyms for cassava starch

a starch made by leaching and drying the root of the cassava plant

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Still, cassava starch is considered a good candidate for testing of a process in the gel phase since it gelatinizes more easily and at a lower total viscosity than starches from many other sources [1].
5] also reported lower tensile strength in cassava starch films when sucrose, propylene glycol or soybean oil was added.
However, it seems that a mixture of a low percentage of urea-formaldehyde resin with cassava starch would be a viable alternative binder to manufacture particleboard with acceptable mechanical properties and enhanced surface quality.
Worldwide demand for cassava by- products is on an increasing trend, but only Thailand, the leading world producer of cassava starch, is truly undergoing transformation towards industrial uses.
Improved cassava starch by antisense inhibition of granule-bound starch synthase I.
In this context, the objectives of this work were to develop an edible coating of cassava starch and chitosan to be used on the surface of guava and to evaluate its preservation efficiency through microbiological and physicochemical analyses.
The cassava starch was obtained by grinding the dried cassava chip.
2005) used Brevibacterium divaricatum for production of glutamic acid from cassava starch factory residues and showed application of non-conventional feedstock for its conversion to glutamate.
Although the crumb properties of all of the breads tested declined upon storage, the formulation containing 50% cassava starch had the best overall texture.
907: Effect of the Degree of Substitution of Carboxymethylated Cassava Starch Tested as Green Corrosion Inhibitor of Carbon Steel