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Factors influencing methyl ketone formation in milk fat

James Edward Langler

Factors influencing methyl ketone formation in milk fat

by James Edward Langler

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  • Milk -- Analysis.

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    Statementby James Edward Langler.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages47
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    Open LibraryOL14334727M

    In milk, carboxylic acids are not only crucial aromas themselves, but also are important precursors of other compounds, including methyl ketones, alcohols, aldehydes and esters. The concentrations of butanoic acid, hexanoic acid, n-decanoic acid, 9-decenoic acid and tetradecanoic acid increased from day 0 to 4 and decreased or slightly changed. Methyl isobutyl ketone has a faint ketonic and camphor odor, with an odor threshold of parts per million (ppm). (1,9) The vapor pressure for methyl isobutyl ketone is 15 mm Hg at 20 °C, and its log octanol/water partition coefficient (log K ow) is (4) Conversion Factors (only for the gaseous form).

    In chemistry, a ketone / ˈ k iː t oʊ n / is a functional group with the structure RC(=O)R', where R and R' can be a variety of carbon-containing s contain a carbonyl group (a carbon-oxygen double bond). The simplest ketone is acetone (R = R' = methyl), with the formula CH 3 C(O)CH ketones are of great importance in industry and in biology. Abstract. During continuous intraduodenal infusion of emulsified fat in rats, a steady state of intestinal absorption is achieved. Maximal steady-state absorption of trioctanoin, a medium-chain triglyceride (MCT), by unanesthetized, restrained rats was found to be the same after total bile diversion as in controls ( μmoles of fatty acid per hr).

    Lactic Acid Bacterium Fermented Milk Supercritical Capillary Fluid Chromatography Cheddar Cheese Methyl Ketone These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Edson NL. Ketogenesis-antiketogenesis: The influence of ammonium chloride on ketone-body formation in liver. Biochem J. Sep; 29 (9)– [PMC free article] FOLLEY SJ, FRENCH TH. The intermediary metabolism of the mammary gland; acetate metabolism of lactating mammary gland slices with special reference to milk fat synthesis.


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Factors influencing methyl ketone formation in milk fat by James Edward Langler Download PDF EPUB FB2

When milk fat was dried over calcium hydride (35) prior to heat treatment, total ketone formation was significantly Factors influencing methyl ketone formation in milk fat book indicating that water is a limiting factor in ketone formation.

A homologus series of n-alkyl methyl ketones (C₃, C₅, C₇, C₉, C₁₁, C₁₃, C₁₅) was isolated from heat treated : James Edward Langler. It is believed by some investigators\ud that the methyl ketones play an important role in flavor deterioration\ud of milk fat and in the aforementioned concentrated products.\ud At the present time, however, there is disagreement on the factors\ud influencing methyl ketone production; some workers relate their\ud formation to autoxidation ( Milk fat prepared by degassing at 2 to 5 t~ Hg for 1 hr at 40 C still contained sufficient water for maximum ketone production.

When milk fat was dried over calcium hydride for 18 hr prior to heat treatment, methyl ketone formation was in- hibited. Hence, water appears essential for significant heat-induced ketone formation in milk by: FORMATION OF METHYL KETONES FROM MILK FAT DURING STEAM DISTILLATION OR.

SAPONIFICATION 1,-~ STUART PATTON AND ]3. TtIARP Department of Dairy Science, Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station, University Park SUMMAI~Y An homologous series of methyl ketones was identified, by means of their 2,4-dini- trophenylhydrazones, in both the steam distillate and the unsaponifiable matter from milk Cited by:   Methyl Ketone Production in Milk-Fat-Coated Microcapsules.

Methyl Ketones from Controlled Concentrations of Free Fatty Acids L. PANNELL and N. OLSON Department of Food Science and Center for Dairy Research University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison ABSTRACT The effects of controlled availability of substrate on the production of methyl ketones in milk-fat Cited by: 9.

Milk-fat-coated microcapsules containing pancreatic lipase, Penicillium roqueforti spores, a low melting fraction of butter, and phosphate buffer were evaluated for their ability to produce methyl ketones to enhance blue cheese flavor and to accelerate cheese ripening.

Lipase and spore powder levels were tested in a 2 × 2 factorial design experiment with a center point. Origin of Methyl Ketones Found in Steam Distillates of Milk Fat.

Quantitative studies on methyl ketone formation in butteroil: Effect of temperature. Methyl Ketone Formation by Penici//ium camembert/in Model Systems J, OKUMURA and J. KINSELLA Institute of Food Science Cornell University Ithaca, NY ABSTRACT Penicilliurn camernberti incubated in a model system containing milk lipids (45 raM) caused hydrolysis of the lipids with subsequent oxidation of the free fatty acids to carbonyl compounds of which.

Introduction. Milk powder is an important product for both direct consumption and as a food ingredient. The shelf life has been reported as anywhere from 3 months [] to 3 years [], while off-flavor formation for whole and skim milk powders occurs as quickly as 3–6 months [1,3].It is well known that the quality of stored milk powder will not be exactly the same as fresh milk powder, but.

Cheddar cheeses made using single strains AM 2 and HP of Streptococcus cremoris as starter were analysed for methyl ketones during ripening at 7°C. The level of odd-numbered C 3 –C 15 methyl ketones increased very slowly in all cheeses and at maturity represented only 15–20% of the level potentially available from the degradation of esterified β-ketoalkanoic acids of milk fat in cheese.

Certain aldehyde and ketone compounds can be used as indicators, at a molecular level, of the oxidized flavor of milk powder instead of sensory evaluation. This study investigated the formation of aldehyde and ketone compounds as affected by the heat-related processing and storage of milk powder.

The compounds were extracted by solid phase microextraction fiber and determined using gas. 2-nonanone, 2-undecanone, 2-methyl aldehyde, 3-methyl butyral, heptanal, and decanal in UHT milk were higher than those in raw milk or in pasteurized milk.

It also pointed out that levels of methyl ketones in UHT milk increased with the increase in fat content. Lloyd, Hess, and Drake () reported that the concentrations of. METHYL HEPTYL KETONE ≥%, FCC, Kosher: Odor Description: fresh sweet, weedy Kinetic analysis of volatile formation in milk subjected to pressure-assisted thermal Influence of lipophilicity on the interactions of N-alkylphenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridines and their positively charged N-alkylphenylpyridinium metabolites with.

Langler, J. Factors influencing methyl ketone formation in milk fat.: Oregon State University. Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Services for Persons with Disabilities.

Powered by Hyrax   Development and Flavor Properties of Methyl Ketones in Milk Fat. Journal of Dairy Science47 (12), DOI: /jds.S(64) J. Chipault, G. Mizuno. Effects of ionizing radiations on fats. Accumulation of peroxides and other chemical changes.

Cause - milk fat oxidation catalyzed by copper or certain other metals contacting milk (e.g., copper pipe, white metal, metallic water supply). May be associated with raw milk of cows fed high fat feeds (e.g., soybeans) and/or lack of antioxidants (e.g., vitamin E).

Sometimes occurs spontaneously. At 25°C, the concentrations of 2-heptanone, 2-octanone, 2-nonanone, 2-decanone, and 2-undecanone in all treatments were close to those of the raw milk, demonstrating that these methyl ketones are.

Japan's largest platform for academic e-journals: J-STAGE is a full text database for reviewed academic papers published by Japanese societies. Early work on the formation of methyl kctones as artifacts during the steam distillation of' Cheddar cheese and milk fat has been published (J. Dair•y Hesearch ().

2.Q, ). A note on the origin of methyl ketones using radioactive milk fat was published in co-m1thorship ith. For instance, yogurt derived from milk with high fat content (e.g., sheep, goat, and buffalo) has a more creamy texture compared to that derived from milk with lower fat content (e.g., bovine, mare, and ass).

Therefore, the species of the milk-producing mammal significantly influence the characteristics of the produced yogurt. to give methyl ketone (Figure 2) (McSweeney, a; Dimitrellou et al., ). Collins. () reported that the methyl ketones are the most important flavour compound, depending on types of cheese and concentration of methyl ketone.

The formation of methyl ketones is influenced by several factors including temperature, pH of cheese (pH ).Anhydrous milk fat was emulsified with alpha s1-CN (casein), alpha s2-CN, beta-CN, kappa-CN, alpha-lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin, Tw or phosphatidylcholine to produce a 30% fat cream in a.Repeatibility of the method is assessed; the coefficient of variation for individual methyl-ketones ranges from to %, and the total mean value for methyl-ketones is ± µg/ g.