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Food Technology
Study of the Functional Properties and the Retrogradation Behavior of Native Wheat Starch in the Presence of Cress Seed Gum and Sucrose

Shokohfeh Taziki; Seyed Mohammad Ali Razavi

Volume 19, Issue 1 , May and June 2023, , Pages 1-15


  Introduction Wheat starch granules are composed of amylose and amylopectin, which are responsible for the functions of starch such as swelling, gelatinization, pasting, gel formation, and retrogradation. The retrogradation changes the functional properties, it is an undesirable phenomenon in some ...  Read More

Food Technology
Photo-Modification of starch-oleic acid by TiO2: investigation of food packaging properties

Rahmatollah Pourata; Hamid Jahangir-Esfahani; Iman Shahabi-Ghahfarrokhi

Volume 18, Issue 1 , March and April 2022, , Pages 113-127


  Introduction: Among the bio-based materials which used in the food packaging, starch is interested as an ecofriendly material. This interest is mainly due to its acceptable film forming properties, easy access, renewability and low cost. Nevertheless, high hydrophilic and weak mechanical properties have ...  Read More

Investigation of physical and mechanical properties of edible film based on starch and oleic acid: application of coating on Greengage

Masoud Taghizadeh; Asma Eghbal

Volume 15, Issue 4 , September and October 2019, , Pages 517-527


  Introduction: One of the methods for increasing shelf life of food is the use of edible coatings, since films and coatings have an important role in the enhance of shelf life and food product’s marketing. Various edible films are nowadays used for food packaging. Using of these biodegradable compounds ...  Read More

Nanoencapsulation of limonene in amylose structure with Thermo-mechanical (Ultrasound) stress

Mohammad Ganjeh; Seyed Mahdi Jafari; Mehrdad Niakosari; Ali-Mohammad Tamaddon; Yahya Maghsoudlou

Volume 14, Issue 4 , September and October 2018, , Pages 517-531


  Introduction: In recent years, production of nutraceuticals by adding bioactive compounds and nutrients has been grown substantially. These compounds are generally sensitive to environmental or gastrointestinal conditions and their bioavailability is limited due to destructive reactions. One of the common ...  Read More

Characterization of functional properties of starch based nanobiocomposite films containing montmorillonite and titanium dioxide

Seyed Amir Oleyaei; Babak Ghanbarzadeh; Ali Akbar Moayedi; Parisa Poursani; Fateme Mousavi Baygi; Mohammad Reza Bakhsh Amin

Volume 13, Issue 4 , September and October 2017, , Pages 611-626


  Introduction: Biopolymers are a class of polymer, which are disintegrated by an enzymatic or bio-path and the products disseminated to the surroundings do not induce negative effects. Nowadays, non-degradable polymers are quid pro quo with biodegradable ones particularly in agricultural applications, ...  Read More

Evaluation of chemical, morphological, structural and thermal properties of white sorghum starch

Ahmad Ehtiati; Fakhri Shahidi; Arash Koocheki; Seyed Mohammad Ali Razavi; Mahsa Majzoobi

Volume 13, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, , Pages 393-404


  Introduction: Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) is a tropical plant and has the fifth ranking of world cereals production. One of the important aspects of sorghum is drought tolerance and little input need during growth which has made that suitable for cultivation in semiarid regions. Due to the presence of ...  Read More

The Effects of TiO2 and MontmorilloniteNanofillers on Structural, Thermal and Optical Properties of Starch based Nanobiocomposite Films

Seyed Amir Oleyaei; Babak Ghanbarzadeh; Ali Akbar Moayedi; Farhang Abbasi

Volume 12, Issue 5 , November and December 2016, , Pages 678-695


  Introduction: Biodegradable films for food packaging applications have attracted an increasing amount of consideration over the last two decades, predominantly due to environmental pollution and the realization that our petroleum resources are not infinite. Starch, which is one of the natural biopolymers, ...  Read More

The kinetic investigation of moisture sorption and water vapor permeability of starch - cellulose nanocrystal films

Ronak Gholami; Jalal Dehghan nia; Babak Ghanbarzadeh

Volume 11, Issue 4 , September and October 2015, , Pages 420-434


  Introduction: In recent years, demand for edible and biodegradable films has increased. One reason for this increase is the pollution caused by synthetic polymers. Edible films are produced from different biopolymers such as lipids, polysaccharides and proteins. Starch is a common polysaccharide in the ...  Read More

Study of mechanical, optical properties and surface hydrophobicity of modified starch based bionanocomposites containing cellulose nanocrystal and titanium dioxide nanoparticles

Nasrin Jamshidi; Babak Ghanbarzadeh; Jalal Dehghan nia; Mahood Sowti Khiabani; Ali Akbar Entezami

Volume 10, Issue 3 , October 2014


  Cellulose nanocrystal (CNC) is a type of nanomaterial which is produced by partial hydrolysis of cellulose and elimination of its amorphous regions. CNC has several advantages such biodegradability and safety toward human health. In this study, CNC was produced from cotton linters and methods such transmission ...  Read More