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The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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Volume 8, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 8, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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Effect of Phosphatase Activity on Product of
-galactosidase by E. coli P90C
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 1~5
ATPase was the most available phosphatase in culture broth of 5. coli P90C. To measure the stable phosphatase activity it was necessary to react nth reaction reagent over 30 min and then we can get stable optical density at 410 m. Transfer time from preculture to main culture for the production of
-glactosidase was good after 3 hrs cultivation. Phosphatase activity was highest at log phase in main culture and as the cell begins to make
-galactosidase phosphatase activity begins to decrease.
Aptitudes for Takju Brewing of Wheat Flour-Nuluks Made with Different Mold Species
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 6~12
The purpose of this study was to examine the aptitude of wheat flour-Nuluks, for Takju brewing, which were made with Aspergillus oryzae, Rhizopus japonicus or Aspergillus usamii mut. Shirousamii, and to know the way of effective use the Aspergillus oryzae-Nuluk showed high saccharogenic activity, and Rhizopus japonicus-Nuluk high proteolytic activity. When these two Nuluks were combined, the activities of saccharogenic amylase and protease were more balanced. The Takju mash of Aspergillus oryzae-Nuluk was high in acidity and in amino acidity, and that of Rhizopus japonicus-Nuluk high in the content of free sugar, but, that of Aspergillus usamii mut. Shirousamii-Nuluk was low in amino acidity, free sugar and ethanol content. The Takju of Rhizopus japonicus-Nuluk was high in the content of suspended solid and slow in its sedimenting rate, but that of Aspergillus usamii mut. Shirousamii-Nuluk was not. The Takju which was made with combined use of Aspergillus oryzae-Nuluk and Rhizopus japonicus-Nuluk was more balanced in the composition of flavoring ingredients, and was slow in sedimenting rate of suspended solid. Moreover, it gained good result in sunsory evaluation test.
-Linolenic Acid by Mold Isolated from Soils
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 13~16
120 fungal strains producing Y-linolenic acid (GLA) were isolated from 100 soil samples, and among these, the most suitable one for the production of GLA was identified as Fusarium sp. JK-02. The content of total lipid and dry cell weight was 620mg 1100m1 and 63.5mg 1100m1, respectively. The production of GLA was 10.2% of the total fatty acids.
Studies on the Productivity in Manufacturing Ssang Wha Tang
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 17~22
The effect of particle size of raw material on the field of extract and changes in composition of Ssang Wha Tang was investigated during manufacturing. As the size of particle was decreased the yield was increased. The yield of extract increased as much as double times as the diameter of the particle decreased from 10 m to 1 m. But the composition of extract was not varied much as the diameter of the particle differed. From these results, it is concluded that cutting method affects the productivity of Ssang Wha Tang.
Changes in Contents and Composition of Insoluble Dietary Fiber during Buckwheat Germination
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 23~31
To provide the basic information of buckwheat insoluble dietary fiber (IDF) and efficient material for the buckwheat processed foodstuffs, buckwheat (Fagopyrum egculentum Moench) was germinated at 1
for 7 days and the contents and composition of the insoluble dietary fiber were examined at 24 hour intervals. The NDF and ADF contents in ungerminated seeds were 20.27%, 18.95% on dry weight basis, respectively. During the germination period, the NDF and ADF contents increased gradually. The cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin contents in ungerminated seeds were 11.10%, 1.32% and 7.85%, respectively. During the germination period, the cellulose and lignin contents increased. However, there was no significant change in the hemicellulose contents. The composition of cellulose and hemicellulose in the NDF decreased with germination time, whereas that of lignin increased. The IDF contents obtained by Prosky method were higher than the NDF contents obtained by Van Soest method. However, the IDF and NDF contents were closely correlated(r=0.9785, p<0.01). The cellulose(Xl), hemicellulose(X2), lignin(X3) and soluble dietary fiber (SDF) (BL) showed the significant regression equation(p<0.001) with the root length(Y). The multiple regression equation was Y = -12.1306 + 0.9213xl - 0.1615
2 + 0.1071
3 + 0.7397
4 and R2(coefficient of determination) was 0.942.
-Amylase Activity and Free Sugar Contents of Buckwheat during Germination
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 32~36
Changes in the w-amylase activity and free sugar contents were Investigated during buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) germination at 1
for 7 days. The a-amylase activity in ungerminated seeds was 1.66 U. It increased for the 1st day of germination, but then decreased until 3rd day, and thereafter Increased. The free sugar contents In ungerminated seeds were as follows. The maltose, fructose, glucose and rhamnose were 1.81mg%, 0.42mg%, 7.71mg%, 6.80mg% on dry weight basis, respectively. The maltose and fructose contents decreased in the initial stage of germination, but then gradually increased. The glucose contents decreased for the 3rd day, but sharply Increased afterwords. The rhamnose contents decreased until 1 day, and then there was no significant change for the 6 days.
Amino Acid Sequence Studies of Basic Isozyme of Horseradish Peroxidase
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 37~42
The amino acid sequence of basic isozyme 55 of Horseradish Peroxidase (HRP E5) was determined by protein sequencing. HRP E5 consisted about 300 residues, and has a molecular weight of approximately 36,000
500 dalton. The protein was rich In aspartic acid (14%), arginine(13%), and leucine(11%). The primary structure of HRP E5 was established by sequencing its tryptic (T1-T19) and lysylendopeptic (Al-A3) peptides. The sequence homology between HRP E5 and HRP C (neutral isozyme of horseradish peroxidase) is found to be more than 66%. The highest concentration of identical residues are found on residues 29~56, 90~123, and 155~173, but relatively low on 174~271.
Purification and Seperation of Chitooligosaccharides Hydrolyzed by Chitosanolytic Enzyme
Ryu, Byeong-Ho ; Bin, Jae-Hun ; Lee, Seong-Ho ;
The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition, volume 8, issue 1, 1995, Pages 43~49
This studies were carried out to purification and seperation of chitooligosaccharides which containing excellent biological active substance. After deacetylation of chitosan (DAC%), DAC-45%, DAC-70%, DAC-95% and DAC-99% were used substrates and hydrolyzed by chitosanase (Bacillus pumilus BN-262) DAC-99% has excellent hydrolyzate which contained several chitooligosaccharides. Therefore, chitosan was hydrolyzed DAC-90 as substrate by chitosanase, and then purified and seperated of chitooligosaccharides Gel filteration and HPLC. This oligosaccharides composed with GlcN0, GlcN2, GlcN3, Glc5 and GlcN6.