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Title: Rice starches. I. Structural aspects provide insight into crystallinity characteristics and gelatinisation behaviour of granular starch
Authors: Vandeputte, GE ×
Vermeylen, R
Geeroms, J
Delcour, Jan #
Issue Date: Jul-2003
Series Title: Journal of Cereal Science vol:38 issue:1 pages:43-52
Abstract: To gain an understanding of the contribution of structural aspects to the gelatinisation behaviour of rice starch, five waxy and 10 normal rice starches, isolated from 15 milled rice samples, were analysed for structural features [absolute (AAM), free (FAM) and lipid-complexed (LAM) amylose contents, amylopectin chain length distribution and relative crystallinity] and gelatinisation behaviour as evaluated by differential scanning calorimetry. In doing so, the normal rice starches were classified according to their peak gelatinisation temperatures (T-p) as low, intermediate and high T-p rice starches. Higher AAM and FAM contents went hand in hand with decreased onset (T-o), T-p and conclusion (T-c) gelatinisation temperatures and increased gelatinisation range (T-c - T-o) of normal intermediate and high T-p starches, whereas LAM contents increased with T-o, T-p and T-c and decreased with T-c - T-o of all investigated starches. For all starches, the relative amounts of amylopectin chains with degree of polymerisation (DP) 6-9 were negatively correlated with T-o, T-p and T-c and positively with T-c-T-o. On the contrary, chains of DP 12 - 22 increased gelatinisation temperatures and decreased T-c - T-o. Furthermore, T-o, T-p and T-c of the normal rice starches increased with relative crystallinity. (C) 2003 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
ISSN: 0733-5210
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Centre for Food and Microbial Technology
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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