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    • Changes in the physical, chemical, and organoleptic quality of Spanish peanuts due to heat inactivation 

      Miller, Oliver Harrell (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1970)
      This study was designed to relate seed characteristics to product acceptance of peanuts. This was done by determining biological, physical, and chemical changes that occurred as a result of peanut curing and heat treatments ...
    • Effect of mastitis on the lipid fraction of milk 

      Erwin, Ronnie Eugene (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1972)
      The effect of mastitis on the major lipid components of milk was investigated, using quarter milk samples from individual cows in the University herd. Milks with Wisconsin Mastitis Test (WMT) values < 10 mm were considered ...
    • Influence of mastitis on the heat stability of bovine milk 

      Lin, Robert Hozong (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1977)
      The effect of mastitis on the heat stability of milk was investigated. Milk samples obtained from individual cows were categorized by the Wisconsin Mastitis Test. Samples with WMT values <10 mm were considered negative ...
    • Preparation and evaluation of food grade copra 

      Sringam, Sukoncheun Verasestakul (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1976)
      Copra (dried coconut meat) meal after oil extraction is not used for human food because of microbial contamination during drying and storage. The objective of this research is to investigate the possibility of producing ...
    • Purification and some properties of a bovine milk lipase 

      Richter, Ronald Leroy (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1970)
      A low molecular weight lipase was isolated from clarifier slime. The enzyme was precipitated from a water extract of an acetone powder prepared from clarifier slime at 20-45% of saturation with (NHâ‚„)â‚‚ SOâ‚„. The enzyme ...
    • Regulation of lysosomal hydrolase degradation by cathepsins 

      Moeller, Patrick Wayne (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1976)
      This study proposed a generalized mechanism for the reversible binding of lysosomal enzymes to the lysosomal membrane. Native lysosomes were partially purified from rabbit liver by standard techniques of homogenization and ...