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Article: Starch Properties of Barnard Red, a South African Red Sorghum Variety of Significance in Traditional African Brewing

TitleStarch Properties of Barnard Red, a South African Red Sorghum Variety of Significance in Traditional African Brewing
Authors
KeywordsSorghum Flour
Sorghum Starch
Traditional Beer
Issue Date2000
Citation
Starch/Staerke, 2000, v. 52 n. 12, p. 467-470 How to Cite?
AbstractStarch was isolated from Barnard Red (a South African sorghum variety) and a Chinese sorghum sample. Starch and flour properties (gelatinization, pasting, and gel texture) were compared with those of a standard corn starch. Significant findings were: 1. Barnard Red starch had lower gelatinization temperature than either Chinese sorghum or corn starch; 2. starch gels of corn and Barnard Red were of similar hardness; 3. Barnard Red starch pastes had very high viscosity compared to corn and Chinese sorghum; 4. Barnard Red starch shear-thinned more than its flour paste in the absence of amylase activity.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/178387
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dc.contributor.authorCorke, Hen_US
dc.contributor.authorTaylor, JRNen_US
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dc.description.abstractStarch was isolated from Barnard Red (a South African sorghum variety) and a Chinese sorghum sample. Starch and flour properties (gelatinization, pasting, and gel texture) were compared with those of a standard corn starch. Significant findings were: 1. Barnard Red starch had lower gelatinization temperature than either Chinese sorghum or corn starch; 2. starch gels of corn and Barnard Red were of similar hardness; 3. Barnard Red starch pastes had very high viscosity compared to corn and Chinese sorghum; 4. Barnard Red starch shear-thinned more than its flour paste in the absence of amylase activity.en_US
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dc.subjectSorghum Flouren_US
dc.subjectSorghum Starchen_US
dc.subjectTraditional Beeren_US
dc.titleStarch Properties of Barnard Red, a South African Red Sorghum Variety of Significance in Traditional African Brewingen_US
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