Cited by: 585Publish Year: 1996Author: A. Rosenthal, D.L. Pyle, K. Niranjan
Aqueous and Enzymatic Processes for Edible Oil Extraction
Request PDF on ResearchGate | Aqueous and Enzymatic Processes for Edible Oil Extraction | Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction
ELSEVIER Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, and K. Niranjan Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, United Kingdom Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.
Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and
22 focusing particularly on recent efforts undertaken to improve process economics by recovering and reusing enzymes.23 24 25 Keywords 26 aqueous oil extraction, enzyme treatment, oil yield, oil characteristics, emulsion separation 27 28 1. Introduction 29 Aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) is a promising method for the simultaneous 30 extraction of oil and protein from oilseeds.
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(PDF) Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Peanut Oil
PDF | Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from oilseeds is a relatively recent technique. In the present study, peanut oil was extracted under optimized aqueous extraction conditions using
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The research on extracting oil from watermelon seeds by aqueous enzymatic extraction method locate/procedia Advanced in Control Engineering and Information Science The research on extracting oil from watermelon seeds by aqueous enzymatic extraction method Xiaonan Sui a,b , Lianzhou Jiang a,b, a*, Yang Li a,b , Shan Liu a,b a Food Science
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Using Enzymes for Oil Recovery from Edible Seeds
: USING EMZYMES FOR OIL RECOVERY FROM EDIBLE OIL SEEDS 301 Ollseeos I GRlND1NG I ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS SOL VENT EXTRACTION r SOLVENT + OIL] r DISTILLATION 1 ., 1 SOLVENT Figure 2-Steps involved in enzymatic treatment and solvent extraction combination process for oil extraction from oilseeds nol, isopropanol, methylene chlorides, acetone and hex
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Development of a reen Aqueous Enzymatic Process to
Corn oil is obtained by hexane extraction and/or pressing of the oil-rich germ (embryo) portion of the corn kernel (95% from WMCG). Corn oil is currently the # 11 edible oil in the world with an annual production of 2.5 MT (#1 soybean oil 33.6 MMT and #2 palm oil 31.4 MMT).
Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction
Technol., 1996, vol. 19, November 1 Edible oil extraction: A. Rosenthal zyxwvutsrqpon et al. zyxwvuts Table 5 Enzymatic aqueous extraction for different oil-bearing materials in comparison to control Oil Concentration yield Oilseed Enzyme or activity (%) Reference Rapeseed Control (aqueous without enzyme) 53.9 Pectinase (Pectinex ultra-sp) 2%
Aqueous enzymatic extraction of coconut oil | SpringerLink
Aqueous extraction of coconut oil with various enzymes was investigated. Several enzyme preparations (cellulase, polygalacturonase, protease, and 伪-amylase) were used at different concentrations, pH, and temperature values to enhance oil extraction. After the oil had been released by the enzyme reaction, it was separated by centrifugation.
AQUEOUS ENZYMATIC EXTRACTION OF CORN OIL AND VALUE
Goals Objectives Develop new environmentally safe aqueous/enzymatic processes to extract the edible oil from corn germ (obtained from new-generation dry-grind corn-to-ethanol plants) and develop processes to fractionate the de-oiled germ into value-added protein and carbohydrate coproducts, to improve the overall economics of making fuel ethanol in new-generation plants.