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BibTeX @MISC{Hull98thestabilizing, author = {Stephen Gregory Hull and Irma Silva-barbeau and Marilyn S. Prehm and Stephen Gregory Hull}, title = {The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction Technologies on Seasonal Fluctuations in Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Rural Farming Households in The Gambia}, year = {1998}}

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The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction Technologies on Seasonal Fluctuations in Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Rural Farming Households in The Gambia Stephen Gregory Hull (ABSTRACT) It has been well documented that women and children in The Gambia are particularly vulnerable to malnutrition. The combination of heavy labor ...

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small scale production in gingerly oil

The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction Technologies on ... May 4, 1998 ... Small-Scale Sesame Oil Production project introduced an ... motorized expeller technology (Expeller group) for sesame oil extraction,... More details » Get Price

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effects of roasting conditions of sesame seeds on the ...

Effects of roasting conditions of sesame seeds on the ...

Effects of roasting conditions of sesame seeds on the oxidative stability of pressed oil during thermal oxidation Article in Food Chemistry 118(3):681-685 · February 2010 with 267 Reads

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Application of steam explosion in oil extraction of ...

raw sample (Chen & Chen, 2011b). Also, the oil extraction yield was improved, and the mass transfer coefficient according to the kinetics of the oil extraction of sesame seed was decreased in sesame seed (Sesamum indicum L.). In other words, steam explosion enhanced the oil extraction efficiency and it has proven to be an efficient method

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exploitation of hazelnut, maize germ and sesame seed ...

Exploitation of hazelnut, maize germ and sesame seed ...

Request PDF | Exploitation of hazelnut, maize germ and sesame seed aqueous extraction residues in the stabilization of sesame seed paste ( tahini ) | Background: Sesame seed paste is a highly ...

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Electric field-based technologies for valorization of ...

PEF and HVED can also be applied as a pre-treatment of oil extraction. Sarkis et al. (2015b) used PEF and HVED as a pretreatment of oil extraction from sesame seeds with the goal of damaging sesame seeds cells before oil extraction by pressing. PEF and HVED treatments increased the oil yield by 4.9% and 22.4%, respectively, as compared to the ...

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the stabilizing effects of sesame oil extraction

The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction

The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction Technologies on Seasonal Fluctuations in Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Rural Farming Households in The Gambia Stephen Gregory Hull (ABSTRACT) It has been well documented that women and children in The Gambia are particularly vulnerable to malnutrition. The combination of heavy labor

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the stabilizing effects of sesame oil extraction

The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction

The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction Technologies on Seasonal Fluctuations in Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Rural Farming Households in The Gambia. View/ Open. etd.pdf (399.8Kb) Downloads: 161. Date 2000-08-28. Author. Hull, Stephen Gregory Jr. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. It has been well documented that women and children in The Gambia are particularly

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citeseerx — the stabilizing effects of sesame oil

CiteSeerX — The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil

BibTeX @MISC{Hull98thestabilizing, author = {Stephen Gregory Hull and Irma Silva-barbeau and Marilyn S. Prehm and Stephen Gregory Hull}, title = {The Stabilizing Effects of Sesame Oil Extraction Technologies on Seasonal Fluctuations in Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Rural Farming Households in The Gambia}, year = {1998}}

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effects of sesame seed extract as a natural antioxidant on

Effects of sesame seed extract as a natural antioxidant on

2018-07-27· In this study, efficacy of sesame seed extracts (SSEs) in stabilizing sunflower oil during storage has been studied. Fine powder of sesame seed was extracted in different solvents. The results showed that significant differences in extractability of different solvents and maximum extraction yield (29.48%) were achieved with methanol. The

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effects of sesame seed extract as a natural

Effects of sesame seed extract as a natural

Effects of sesame seed extract as a natural antioxidant on the oxidative stability of sunflower oil Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Food Science and Technology -Mysore- 55(10) · July 2018

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oxidative stability of vegetable oils as affected

Oxidative stability of vegetable oils as affected

2011-06-10· In this study, in comparison with synthetic antioxidants, effects of sesame cake extract may also play an important role in the observed trends. Conjugated dienes (CD) and triene (CT) contents of sunflower oil samples stabilized with extract, BHT, BHA, TBHQ, and control are shown in Table 1. The CD and CT contents increased with increase in

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sesame oil extraction 5139 words bartleby

Sesame Oil Extraction 5139 Words Bartleby

2012-05-12· 1.1 Objective of The Study The purpose of this study is to; • Extract oil from sesame seed using Water and Solvent extraction. • Compare the effects of methods of extraction on the extracted oils • Determine the free fatty acid contents of the oils extracted. • Determine the effectiveness of storage condition on the extracted oil

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effects of encapsulated black caraway extract and sesame

Effects of encapsulated black caraway extract and sesame

In this study, the physicochemical and sensory properties of kolompeh containing black caraway and sesame oil were investigated. Black caraway extract (BCE), encapsulated black caraway extract

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benefits of sesame oil and its side effects lybrate

Benefits of Sesame Oil And Its Side Effects Lybrate

The health benefits of Sesame Oil is such that it helps in treats premature graying of hair, treats the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis, lowers blood pressure, fights stress and depression, helps in improving oral health, maintains good skin health, acts as a natural anti-inflammatory agent, detoxifies skin, helps in preventing diabetes, provides natural cure for anemia, has innate anti

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aqueous enzymatic sesame oil and protein

AQUEOUS ENZYMATIC SESAME OIL AND PROTEIN

Abstract In the present work we evaluated five enzyme-mixtures (Protex 7L, Alcalase 2.4L, Viscozyme L, Natuzyme, and Kemzyme) for their effectiveness in extracting the oil and protein recovery from sesame seeds during an enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction (EAAE) process.

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edible fats and oils stabilized with sesame oil as a

Edible fats and oils stabilized with sesame oil as a

1996-12-27· Edible fats and oils stabilized with sesame oil as a constituent and find that similar stabilising effects are obtained. It can be observed that the proportions of sesame oil used in the experiments are 1:1 and 3:1 that is 50% and 25% and further that pure sesame oil is more stable than any of the blends. In "Journal of the Chinese Agricultural Chemical Society" Vol. 27 no. 2, 1989 p. 196

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black seeds: health benefits, nutrition, and side effects

Black Seeds: Health Benefits, Nutrition, and Side Effects

2019-07-05· Black seeds, scientifically known as Nigella sativa, is a common kitchen ingredient with a pungent, bitter, and peppery flavor with nuances of the aroma of oregano and nutmeg.They are also called onion seeds, fennel flower seeds, black caraway, Roman coriander, and kalonji.. Dry roasted black seeds are added in Mediterranean and Indian cuisines to flavor curries, side dishes, and stir-fried

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sesamum indicum l. seed oil methods of extraction and its

sesamum indicum l. seed oil methods of extraction and its

Sesame oil. Sesame seeds are primarily produced in developing countries, a factor that has played a role in limiting the creation of large-scale, fully automated oil extraction and processing techniques. Sesame oil can be extracted by a number of methods, depending on the materials and equipment available. Get Price

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effects of sesamol, sesamin, and sesamolin deepdyve

Effects of sesamol, sesamin, and sesamolin DeepDyve

2008-12-01· Read "Effects of sesamol, sesamin, and sesamolin extracted from roasted sesame oil on the thermal oxidation of methyl linoleate, LWT Food Science and Technology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of

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effects of moisture content and heat treatment on

Effects of moisture content and heat treatment on

2010-10-01· Free Online Library: Effects of moisture content and heat treatment on peroxide value and oxidative stability of un-refined sesame oil.(Report) by "African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development"; Agricultural industry Food/cooking/nutrition Health, general Active oxygen Usage Heat Research Moisture Oxidation-reduction reaction Oxidation-reduction reactions Peroxides

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effect of addition of rice bran oil extract on the

Effect of addition of rice bran oil extract on the

Effect of addition of rice bran oil extract on the stability of sunflower oil, sesame oil and their blends Abstract The present study investigates the effect of exposure at elevated temperature (60°C) on the stability of edible oils i.e. sunflower oil, sesame oil and their blends in various proportions

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optimization of sesame oil extraction process conditions

Optimization of Sesame Oil Extraction Process Conditions

Solvent Extraction, Sesame Oil, Extraction Variables, Process Optimization 1. Introduction Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) is cultivated in several countries such as India, Sudan, China and Burma which are considered as the major producers (60% of its total world production) Sesame

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omega 3 in sesame seeds sesame seed extract

Omega 3 in Sesame Seeds Sesame Seed Extract

SESAME SEED EXTRACT. Effects and efficacy of sesame have been known since ancient times. They are high in energy but contain many good nutrients, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins that are essential for wellness and have positive effects on human health.

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rice bran: uses, side effects, interactions, dosage

Rice Bran: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage

Rice is a plant. The outer layer of the grain (bran) and the oil made from the bran are used for medicine. Rice bran oil is popular as a "healthy oil" in Japan, Asia, and particularly India. Be

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hazelnut oil production using pressing and supercritical

Hazelnut oil production using pressing and supercritical

359 Hazelnut oil production using pressing and supercritical CO2 extraction Stela Jokić1, Tihomir Moslavac1, Krunoslav Aladić2, Mate Bilić1, Đurđica Ačkar1, Drago Šubarić1 1Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Food Technology Osijek, Osijek, Croatia 2Croatian Veterinary Institute, Branch Veterinary Institute Vinkovci, Vinkovci, Croatia

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phytochemical contents and antioxidant

Phytochemical Contents and Antioxidant

It has been reported [24–26] that sesamin and sesamolin contents in sesame seeds ranged from 1550 to 4200 mg kg −1 and 620 to 3590 mg kg −1, respectively.In the present study, the possible reason for lower sesamin and sesamolin contents (<40 mg kg −1) was the extraction solvents.Although 70~80% methanol is common solvent for the extraction of total phenolics and flavonoids [14, 20

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effect of sesame seeds rich in sesamin and sesamolin on

Effect of Sesame Seeds Rich in Sesamin and Sesamolin on

2001-04-06· Activities of enzymes involved in hepatic fatty acid oxidation and synthesis among rats fed sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) differing in lignan content (sesamin and sesamolin) were compared. Sesame seeds rich in lignans from two lines, 0730 and 0732, lines established in this laborary, and those from a conventional cultivar (Masekin) were employed.

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optimization of sesame oil extraction by screw

Optimization of Sesame Oil Extraction by Screw

Abstract. Box-Behnken designs were used to optimize a process for sesame oil extraction by screw-pressing at low temperature (50 °C). Experimental designs included seed moisture content (SMC), pressing speed (PS), and restriction die (RD) as the main processing parameters.

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effect of sesame variety and oil preparation technology on

Effect of sesame variety and oil preparation technology on

The sesame oils were extracted from black and white sesame seeds under three different process of the aqueous extraction method,screw press method and hydraulic press method.The physical and chemical indexes of the oils under different process were measured.In addition,the fatty acid composition,VE,sesamin,sesamol of the sesame oils and the oxidation stability of sesame oils were

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comparing different extraction methods of sesame

Comparing Different Extraction Methods of Sesame

Sesame seed has the most oil compounds (%50), but all of its oil not extracts due to being difficult of extraction. The target of this review article is comparing different extraction method of sesame oil. Sesame oil extraction methods categorizes in

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1. introduction

1. Introduction

Extraction of sesame oil has developed significantly over the years; [4] stated that the mechanical method was an early means of separation which was physical pressure to “squeeze the oil out”. The most energy efficient, practical embodiment of that method is the modern screw press. More than half of the oil is easily removed in this way, but perhaps 7% or 8% residual oil is left in the

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effect of black and white sesame cake extracts on

Effect of black and white sesame cake extracts on

sesame oil, which is regarded as high-quality vegetable oil. The presence of natural antioxidants of lignan type accounts for both the superior stability of sesame oil and the beneficial physiological effects of sesame (Hwang, 2005). Sesame cake, a by-product from oil extraction industry obtained after

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as. j. food ag-ind. 2012 asian journal of food and agro

As. J. Food Ag-Ind. 2012 Asian Journal of Food and Agro

proliferative effects in human cancer cells [11], anti-inflammatory and partial prevention of age- associated transcriptional changes in heart and brain of mice [12]. Sesame seed is an important source of edible oil. In the sesame oil industry, sesame seed is commonly used as the raw material for oil extraction, either using organic solvents or by mechanical pressing. Sesame oil is very

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hplc analysis of sesaminol glucosides in sesame seeds

HPLC Analysis of Sesaminol Glucosides in Sesame Seeds

An HPLC method was developed and validated for the quantification of sesaminol triglucoside and a sesaminol diglucoside in sesame seeds. These two lignans were isolated, and their structures were characterized by mass and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Defatted sesame flour was extracted first with 85% ethanol for 5 h followed by 70% ethanol for 10 h at room temperature using

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a review on the utilization of sesame as functional food

A review on the utilization of sesame as functional food

sesame, sprouted grains and rice extract) are used in colors in these products. corrosion make the sesame oil an outstanding salad oil. With an average two third sesame seeds of the worlds are processed into oil and meal (Kang et al., 2003), the quality and variety of yield continue to raise (Bandyopadhyay and Ghosh, 2002). In addition

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