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Effect of addition of aldehydes and sugars on heat stability of buffalo milk

By: Ghatak, P.
Publisher: Karnal NDRI 1979Subject(s): Dairy-ChemistryDissertation note: M.Sc. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1979 Singh, Ajit Summary: The present study was conducted to investigate the effectivenness of some aldehydes and sugars to improve heat statility of cow and buffalo milk. Heat stability was improved by the addition of aldehydes namely glycoaldehyde gloxal and glyceroldehyde and a pentone namely 2 deonyribose at maximum and minimum PH of HCT/PH carves of both species preheating of milk at 80 C,90 C and 120 C in presence of these compounds significantly increased beat stability of buffalo milk. However maximum heat stability was achieved by preheating at 80 C heat stability of concentrated milks was entanced specta by the addition of thse simple aldehydes. Reconstituted milk from both cow and buffalo concentrated milk led to marked increase in heat stability in presence of these aldehydes and sugar.
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M.Sc. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1979 Singh, Ajit

The present study was conducted to investigate the effectivenness of some aldehydes and sugars to improve heat statility of cow and buffalo milk. Heat stability was improved by the addition of aldehydes namely glycoaldehyde gloxal and glyceroldehyde and a pentone namely 2 deonyribose at maximum and minimum PH of HCT/PH carves of both species preheating of milk at 80 C,90 C and 120 C in presence of these compounds significantly increased beat stability of buffalo milk. However maximum heat stability was achieved by preheating at 80 C heat stability of concentrated milks was entanced specta by the addition of thse simple aldehydes. Reconstituted milk from both cow and buffalo concentrated milk led to marked increase in heat stability in presence of these aldehydes and sugar.

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