enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Food Chemistry 49 (1994) 271-286 Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds: a review H. Dominguez, M. J. Ndfiez* & J. M. Lema Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Santiago de Compostela, Avda, de las Ciencias s/n, 15706 Santiago de Compostela, Spain (Received 7 January 1993; revised version received and accepted 26 April 1993) Enzymatic treatment to ...

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enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds: a review Author links open overlay panel H. Domínguez M.J. Núñez J.M. Lema Show more

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improvement of efficiency of oil extraction from wild

Improvement of efficiency of oil extraction from wild

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds- a review. Food Chem. 1994; 49 :271–286. doi: 10.1016/0308-8146(94)90172-4. [ Cross Ref ]

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enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds: a review. ... Enzymatic treatment to enhance oil recovery from olive, avocado or coconut pastes has been used with excellent results both on a laboratory and industrial scale (olive) obtaining the oil in shorter times and increasing the capacity of the equipment ...

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optimization of the enzymatic pre-treatment process

Optimization of the enzymatic pre-treatment process

Domínguez H, Nunez MJ, Lema JM. 1994. Enzymatic pre­treatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oil­seeds: A review. Food Chem. 49, 271–286. Fahad MAJ, Mohammed SAJ. 2012. Chemical composition and fatty acid content of some spices and herbs under Saudi Arabia conditions. The Sci. World J. (Article ID: 859892).

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aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

ELSEVIER Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, and K. Niranjan Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, United Kingdom Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.

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enzyme-assisted extraction of fruit juices

Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Fruit Juices

Enzyme-assisted extraction increases total soluble solids (TSS) of juice from various fruits at optimized conditions as shown in Table 10.2 . The increase in TSS is related to the grea ter degree

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enzyme-assisted hexane extraction of soya bean oil

Enzyme-assisted hexane extraction of soya bean oil

An enzymatic treatment with carbohydrases was performed either simultaneously with or prior to the hexane extraction of oil from soya grits. The enzymatic treatment increased the oil extractability by 5% of the extractable oil when it was carried out simultaneously with the oil extraction and 8–10% if the treatment was carried out prior to the solvent extraction.

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enzymatic pretreatment on rose-hip oil extraction

Enzymatic pretreatment on rose-hip oil extraction

Enzymatic pretreatment on rose-hip oil extraction: Hydrolysis and pressing conditions ... treatment to Enhance Oil Extraction from Fruits and Oilseeds, a ... The investigation focussed on the use ...

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enzyme aided extraction of lycopene from tomato tissues

Enzyme aided extraction of lycopene from tomato tissues

In the same context, enzymatic pretreatment has also been proposed to increase the extraction of oil from fruits and seeds (Dominguez, Navez, & Lama, 1994). In this study, for the extraction of lycopene from whole tomatoes, using hydrolytic enzymes such as cellulases and pectinases, process conditions were optimised, with respect to ...

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enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Jan 01, 1994· Food Chemistry 49 (1994) 271-286 Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds: a review H. Dominguez, M. J. Ndfiez* & J. M. Lema Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Santiago de Compostela, Avda, de las Ciencias s/n, 15706 Santiago de Compostela, Spain (Received 7 January 1993; revised version received and accepted 26 April 1993) Enzymatic

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enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds: a review Author links open overlay panel H. Domínguez M.J. Núñez J.M. Lema Show more

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enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds: a review. Enzymatic treatment to enhance oil recovery from olive, avocado or coconut pastes has been used with excellent results both on a laboratory and industrial scale (olive) obtaining the oil in shorter times and increasing the capacity of the equipment

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improvement of efficiency of oil extraction from wild

Improvement of efficiency of oil extraction from wild

Enzymatic pretreatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oilseeds- a review. Food Chem. 1994; 49 :271–286. doi: 10.1016/0308-8146(94)90172-4. [ Cross Ref ]

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aqueous enzymatic extraction of oil from mandarin peels

Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Mandarin Peels

Extraction of essential oils from the flavedo of mandarin peels by Xylananses enzyme pre-treatment (varying concentration from 0.1%, 0.2% and 0.3%), followed by hydrodistillation and cold pressing

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enzymatic pretreatment on rose-hip oil extraction

Enzymatic pretreatment on rose-hip oil extraction

Enzymatic pretreatment on rose-hip oil extraction: Hydrolysis and pressing conditions treatment to Enhance Oil Extraction from Fruits and Oilseeds, a The investigation focussed on the use

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optimization of enzymatic pretreatment for n-hexane

Optimization of enzymatic pretreatment for n-hexane

Apr 01, 2012· Using enzymatic pretreatment, an increase in the yield of oil was obtained in all cases,as compared to the oil yield of extraction for 1.5 h without enzymatic pretreatment. Under the optimal condition, the oil yield increased by 10.46%, which confirmed the efficacy of the enzymatic pretreatment of enhancing the oil yield.

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optimization of the enzymatic pre-treatment process

Optimization of the enzymatic pre-treatment process

Domínguez H, Nunez MJ, Lema JM. 1994. Enzymatic pre­treatment to enhance oil extraction from fruits and oil­seeds: A review. Food Chem. 49, 271–286. Fahad MAJ, Mohammed SAJ. 2012. Chemical composition and fatty acid content of some spices and herbs under Saudi Arabia conditions. The Sci. World J. (Article ID: 859892).

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enzyme-assisted hexane extraction of soya bean oil

Enzyme-assisted hexane extraction of soya bean oil

Jan 01, 1995· An enzymatic treatment with carbohydrases was performed either simultaneously with or prior to the hexane extraction of oil from soya grits. The enzymatic treatment increased the oil extractability by 5% of the extractable oil when it was carried out simultaneously with the oil extraction and 8–10% if the treatment was carried out prior to the solvent extraction.

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aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

Nov 01, 1996· ELSEVIER Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, and K. Niranjan Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, United Kingdom Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.

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novel oil extraction technologies: process conditions

Novel oil extraction technologies: Process conditions

Nevertheless, vegetable oil extraction consumes large quantities of hexane, and therefore, there is a need to explore green technologies such as aqueous enzymatic‐assisted extraction and green solvents such as ionic liquids and terpenes (Sahad, Md Som, & Sulaiman, 2014).Green solvents present a huge potential to replace the commonly used n‐hexane without compromising the quality of oil and

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pretreatment of empty fruit bunch from oil palm for fuel

Pretreatment of Empty Fruit Bunch From Oil Palm for Fuel

This study evaluates the effects of some pretreatment processes to improve the enzymatic hydrolysis of oil palm empty fruit bunch (EFB) for ethanol production. The experimental results show that the bisulfite pretreatment was practical for EFB pretreatment. Moreover, the optimum pretreatment conditi

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enzyme-assisted extraction of fruit juices

Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Fruit Juices

Enzyme-assisted extraction increases total soluble solids (TSS) of juice from various fruits at optimized conditions as shown in Table 10.2 . The increase in TSS is related to the grea ter degree

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downstream processes for aqueous enzymatic extraction of

Downstream Processes for Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of

Jul 01, 2007· Downstream processes following aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) of rapeseed oil and protein hydrolysates were developed to enhance the oil and protein yields as well as to purify the protein hydrolysates. The wet precipitate (meal residue) from the AEE was washed with twofold water at 60 °C, pH 11 for 1 h.

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enzymatic degradation of lignin extracted from oil palm

Enzymatic degradation of lignin extracted from oil palm

Full Article. Enzymatic Degradation of Lignin Extracted from Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Using Laccase and Cutinase. Satriani Aga Pasma, a Rusli Daik, a, * Suria Ramli, a Mohamad Yusof Maskat, a Mohd Hanif Zulfakar b Enzymatic degradation products of lignin, having potential for added value, were obtained by extraction and subsequent enzymatic treatments of oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB).

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enhancing the removal of phenolic compounds from palm

Enhancing the Removal of Phenolic Compounds from Palm

Oil Mill Effluent by Enzymatic Pre-treatment and Microwave-Assisted Extraction The oil palm fruits grow in bunches (called as Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFB)) and can wastes as alternative low-cost sources of phenolic compounds has been on the increase. Extraction is the first step in the commercial isolation of these antioxidant compounds.

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enzymatic pretreatment of stabilized rice bran with mixed

Enzymatic Pretreatment of Stabilized Rice Bran with Mixed

The only literature on the use of enzyme mixtures in the pretreatment of rice bran to improve oil extraction yield has been reported by Sharma et al. (2001) and Hanmoungjai et al. (2002). Their results were found to be in agreement with our results. Sharma et al.

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aqueous enzymatic extraction of oil from mandarin peels

Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Mandarin Peels

Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Mandarin Peels Pre-treatment of Flavedo Portion with Enzyme The flavedo portion was scraped off from the fruits and mix thoroughly for uniformity. The mix was divid-ed into eight lots of 75g. each. Out of this four lots were used for oil recovery by hydro-distillation method only.

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enzymatic technology to improve oil extraction from

Enzymatic technology to improve oil extraction from

BIOTECHNOLOGY . Enzymatic technology to improve oil extraction from Caryocar brasiliense camb. (Pequi) Pulp. 1 Tecnologia enzimática para melhorar a extração do óleo da polpa de Caryocar brasiliense (pequi). Renata Gomes de Brito Mariano I; Sonia Couri II; Suely Pereira Freitas III. I M.Sc. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, BR-465, Km 7, Seropédica, Rio de Janeiro RJ.

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hydrolysis of empty fruit bunches of palm oil (elaeis

Hydrolysis of Empty Fruit Bunches of Palm Oil (Elaeis

pretreatment, enzymatic hydrolysis, fruit bunch-palm oil. I. I. NTRODUCTION. Recently, depletion of fossil to obtain fuel stock in the world has been occured; therefore interest in utilizing biomass as material source of renewable energy is increasing. There are two types of biomass i.e.: i)

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enhanced enzymatic hydrolysis of poplar after combined

Enhanced enzymatic hydrolysis of poplar after combined

Abstract. Five types of pretreatment processes were investigated to confirm the enhancement of the enzymatic hydrolysis of poplar. These processes included a hot water pretreatment, a calcium oxide pretreatment, NaOH extraction at low temperature, a Fenton reaction, and a combined dilute NaOH and Fenton pretreatment.

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cn1419837a peanut protein and fat enzyme extracting

CN1419837A Peanut protein and fat enzyme extracting

1, a kind of peanut protein and greasy Enzymatic Extraction technology is characterized in that: earlier raw material is carried out pre-treatment: scarlet, dried milling are peeled off, taken off to peanut, and the granularity of milling is controlled at about 8~12 μ m; Carry out enzymolysis processing then: with above-mentioned raw materials by 1: (2~4) solid-to-liquid ratio is soaked

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microwave-assisted alkaline pretreatment and microwave

Microwave-Assisted Alkaline Pretreatment and Microwave

ture of lignocellulosic biomass necessitates an efficient pretreatment pretreatment step to improve the yield of ferment-able sugars and maximizing the enzymatic hydrolysis efficiency. Microwave pretreatment may be a good alternative as it can reduce the pretreatment time and improve the enzymatic activity during hydrolysis.

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enzymatic pre‐treatment of microalgae cells for enhanced

Enzymatic pre‐treatment of microalgae cells for enhanced

(extraction yield not exceeding 0.4 mg per mg dry cell), enzymatic treatment was effective and showed better extraction (0.7 mg per mg dry cell). It was also found that by lysozyme pre‐treatment, along with the better cell disruption, a significant increase in the amount of

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