2 edition of Non-destructive texture measurement of asparagus using the snap-point found in the catalog.
Non-destructive texture measurement of asparagus using the snap-point
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|Other titles||Non-destructive texture measurement of asparagus using the snap point.|
|Statement||by Mark Henning.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 127 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||127|
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(), recording shear force versus time curve. The Warner–Bratzler cutting cell was used in conjunction with an Universal Cited by: Texture-related parameters were assessed in intact green asparagus at harvest and during postharvest storage using near-infrared spectroscopy combined with MPLS and LOCAL algorithms.
Non-destructive quality evaluation, thus, has been, and is continuing to be, an important multidisciplinary field of research for engineers, food scientists and practitioners. Over the past decades, many non-destructive techniques have been developed for food texture assessment; most of them are based on either mechanical or optical by: 4.
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() into the prediction of texture in green asparagus using Non-destructive texture measurement of asparagus using the snap-point book technology measured maximum shear force and cutting energy on dried, ground samples using.
Firmness is assessed with this non-contact and non-destructive method using the apple’s vibration response spectra measured with a laser Doppler vibrometer.
The effectiveness of this method is experimentally demonstrated through assessments of apples’ firmness, identification of the vibration mode shapes, and a follow-up survey on the flesh firmness of apples during by: Agronomy, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
Dear Colleagues, Non-destructive methods have been widely used in laboratories and some also in packing houses to non-invasively evaluate fruit and vegetable quality at harvest and in the distribution chain, in order to ensure consumer products of high quality from the nutritional and organoleptic points of view.
These colour measurements (a* and b*) can therefore be made using a rapid, non-destructive hand-held sensor over the whole spinach plant, thus giving the farmers an instant response and allowing the spinach harvest to be started at the optimum time.
Texture is an important point Cited by: 3. In this study the potential of visible and near infrared spectroscopy ( nm) as a non-destructive measurement technique for measuring quality characteristics of Jonagold apples is evaluated. Non-destructive texture measurement: a misnomer.
All plant nmterials exhibit viscoelastic behavionr; that is. their textural response is dictated by both elastic and viscoOs characteristics, and is time-dependent zg'l Thus, textural parameters measured objectively under one set of test conditions will generally differ from those measured using another set of by: XXVII International Horticultural Congress - IHC International Symposium on The Role of Postharvest Technology in the Globalisation of Horticulture A NON-DESTRUCTIVE METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF INTERNAL QUALITY OF FRUIT.
Eccher SEASONAL CHANGES IN GLUTAMATE DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITIES AND AMINO ACID CONTENT IN GREEN ASPARAGUS. Abstract. Texture is critical Non-destructive texture measurement of asparagus using the snap-point book the acceptability of fruits and vegetables, both fresh and cooked.
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Conservation trials of asparagus spears by means of vacuum prerefrigeration, associated with controlled atmospheres and cold storage. Essais de conservation de turions d'aspèrge au moyen de la preréfrigeration par le vide, associée à des atmo‐sphères modifiées et au. Abstract. In research, product development and quality control for the food industry many parameters must be measured with precision.
This has been accomplished successfully in many areas, but the scientific measurement of food texture is still in its by: 2. Non-destructive Methods for Quality Analysis-Especially for Fruits and Vegetables. Vortragstagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Qualitätsforschung: Zerstörungsfreie Qualitätsanalyse, Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany, pp.
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non-destructive discrimination of post-harvest fruit properties using visible-near infrared spectrophotometry. Why Low Power. • Can provide information about the physiochemical properties of food materials, their composition, structure and physical state.
• The major advantage of this technique over other traditional techniques is that the measurement is so rapid and non-destructive. In Asia, decreasing farmer and labor populations due to various factors is a serious problem that leads to increases in labor costs, higher harvesting input energy consumption and less resource utilization.
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Hortic Technol – Google Scholar Berrang ME, Brackett RE, Beuchat LR () Microbial, colour and textural qualities of fresh asparagus, broccoli, and cauliflower stored under controlled by: 1. During air storage, the deterioration of asparagus is accompanied by rapid sugar loss, colour changes due to chlorophyll breakdown, undesirable texture changes (lignification), ascorbic acid and organic acid loss, and asparagine accumulation (Renquist et al., ; Albanese et Author: Maria Anastasiadi, Emma R.
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