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    zea mays germ oil - The Good Scents Company

    PubMed:Effects of kernel breakage and fermentation on corn germ integrity and oil quality. PubMed:Physicochemical stability of maize germ oil body emulsions as influenced by oil body surface-xanthan gum interactions. PubMed:A secreted lipase of Fusarium graminearum is a virulence factor required for infection of cereals.

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    The Corn Refining Process - Innovating the Kernel

    for use in animal feeds and for a nutrient for later fermentation processes. The ground corn, in a water slurry, flows to the germ separators. Germ Separation Cyclone separators spin the low density corn germ out of the slurry. The germs, containing about 85 percent of corn's oil, are pumped onto screens and washed repeatedly to remove any

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    SelectedWorks - Lawrence A. Johnson

    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ Integrity Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2010) Hui Wang, Tong Wang and Lawrence A. Johnson. To investigate the ability of corn germ to withstand the fuel ethanol fermentation proces

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    Crack your corn - Progressive Dairy

    Corn silage kernel processors are referred to as "crackers" by many in South America, where less than one-third of dairies feed corn silage that has had the kernels processed. Kernel processing is much more popular in the U.S. because roughly ten years ago, researchers helped us understand what impact processed corn silage grain really had on rumen digestion in cattle.

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    Production of a food grade flour from defatted corn germ meal

    A defatted corn germ flour of good organoleptic and nutritional quality was obtained by applying a milling and screening process to a commercial defatted corn germ meal. The flour contains about 20% protein of good nutritional quality, above 60% starch and minor quantities of fat (1.7%), fibre (3.3%) and minerals (8.42%). The last are interesting for their content in potassium, magnesium, iron

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    Corn Germ - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Corn germ oil is a by-product of the corn oil milling process. Most corn that is harvested is used as feed but the proportion of the corn that is milled is increasing because of bioethanol production. During the wet milling process, the germ is isolated from the starch using cyclone separators, washed, and dried. The dried germ contains about 50% oil, in which the oil constitutes about 85% of

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    (PDF) Germ Weight, Germ Oil Content, and Estimated Oil Yield

    The effects were determined for a high-yielding hybrid of yellow dent corn widely grown in the corn belt that was hand-picked and hand-shelled. Germ oil content decreased significantly as moisture

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    Effects of kernel breakage and fermentation on corn germ

    DOI: 10.1021/jf101564m Corpus ID: 19586110. Effects of kernel breakage and fermentation on corn germ integrity and oil quality. @article{Wang2010EffectsOK, title={Effects of kernel breakage and fermentation on corn germ integrity and oil quality.}, author={Hui Wang and Tong Wang and L. Johnson}, journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry}, year={2010}, volume={58 18}, pages={ 10039-44 } }

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    Effect of the Corn Breaking Method on Oil Distribution

    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ Integrity and Oil Quality. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2010, 58 (18), 10039-10044. DOI: 10.1021/jf101564m. Hui Wang, Tong Wang and Lawrence A. Johnson. Effect of Low-Shear Extrusion on Corn Fermentation and Oil Partition.

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    Improving Fermentation Rate during Use of Corn Grits in

    During whole corn fermentation, germ is a vital source of lipids and water-soluble proteins, which help in maintaining the membrane integrity and yeast performance. However, flaking grits and brewer grits, obtained from the dry-fractionation of corn, do not contain the germ fraction and have a relatively small amount of

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    Effect of germ and fiber removal on production of ethanol

    Ethanol fermentations were conducted using both whole corn, and corn with 100% of the germ, and a portion (∼74%) of the fiber removed. Ethanol production increased 11% in the germ and fiber-removed corn vs the whole corn. The protein content of distiller's dried grains and solubles increased from 30 to 36%, and phosphate levels were 60% lower in corn with germ and fiber removed vs whole corn

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    Production of a food grade flour from defatted corn germ meal

    A defatted corn germ flour of good organoleptic and nutritional quality was obtained by applying a milling and screening process to a commercial defatted corn germ meal. The flour contains about 20% protein of good nutritional quality, above 60% starch and minor quantities of fat (1.7%), fibre (3.3%) and minerals (8.42%). The last are interesting for their content in potassium, magnesium, iron

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    Improvement in fermentation characteristics of degermed

    Most corn kernel lipids are in germ and aleurone layer below the pericarp. Removal of germ and pericarp fiber in dry fractionation processes results in loss of these nutrients in fermentation medium. Removal of the lipids could result in poor fermentation characteristics of the endosperm fraction produced from dry fractionation process. Loss of starch in coproducts, due to imperfect separation

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    Improving dry‐fractionated corn fermentation by

    Improving dry‐fractionated corn fermentation by supplementation of corn germ meal and pasta mill feed from agro‐food industries. Deepak Kumar. Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign, Urbana, Il

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    Breakage Susceptibility and Hardness of Corn Kernels of

    Breakage Analysis Breakage anlysis of corn kernels was made on samples before and after separation by size and shape. The analysis included a visual inspection of individual kernels to evaluate severity of breakage. A representative portion of about 100 g was treated with a fast green dye (Chowdhury and Buchele, 1976) to accentuate breakge

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    Quality Evaluation of Corn/Maize - ScienceDirect

    Liao et al. (1993) developed a machine vision system to measure corn kernel breakage based on a kernel shape profile. Diffused reflected light illuminated the single kernels for image capture. A neural network classifier achieved high classification accuracy: 99% for whole flat kernels and 96% for broken flat kernels, 91% for whole round kernels, and 95% for broken round kernels.

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    Improving Fermentation Rate during Use of Corn Grits in

    The relatively higher amount of FAN in the water from flint corn germ compared to dent corn germ could be due to genetic differences between two corn verities and different quality germ obtained from laboratory scale milling (for flint corn) and commercial milling (for dent corn). The high quality of the flint corn germ was also indicated by higher oil (28.8 vs. 21.6%, dry basis) and protein

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    The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil

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    US6201142B1 - Process for recovery of corn oil from corn germ

    An efficient process for recovering high quality corn oil from corn germ. The process involves pre-treating corn germ by Rehydration, conditioning and, optionally flaking. This is followed by extrusion, which is the core operation in the preparation of corn germ for corn oil recovery. Water is provided up front in the process, prior to extrusion. Providing water up front reduces generation of

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    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ

    damage to germ integrity and germ oil quality, five treatments were designed to explore degerming before fermentation (front-end) and after fermentation (tail-end), and the feasibility of breaking the kernel with minimum shear forces (wet-split). Germ from low-shear (wet-split) tail-end degerming maintained its

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    Corn germ | Hans H. Stein

    Corn germ is a co-product of the wet milling industry that is available for use in swine diets to partially replace the more expensive corn grain. Results of arecent experiment indicated that including 15% corn germ in diets containing 30% DDGS had no negative effects on pig growth performance, carcass composition, or pork fat quality.

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    Effects of kernel breakage and fermentation on corn germ

    To investigate the ability of corn germ to withstand the fuel ethanol fermentation process without major damage to germ integrity and germ oil quality, five treatments were designed to explore degerming before fermentation (front-end) and after fermentation (tail-end), and the feasibility of breaking the kernel with minimum shear forces (wet-split).

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    Effects of kernel breakage and fermentation on corn germ

    To investigate the ability of corn germ to withstand the fuel ethanol fermentation process without major damage to germ integrity and germ oil quality, five treatments were designed to explore degerming before fermentation (front-end) and after fermentation (tail-end), and the feasibility of breaking the kernel with minimum shear forces (wet-split). Germ from low-shear (wet-split) tail-end

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    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ

    Germ from low-shear (wet-split) tail-end degerming maintained its integrity during the process. The wet-grind pretreatment caused 22% germ damage, and the subsequent fermentation caused 18% additional germ damage. The germ recovered after fermentation showed physical strength similar to that of those isolated by wet means before fermentation.

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    Effect of inclusion level of corn germ meal on the digestible

    Two experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of inclusion level of corn germ meal (CGM) on the DE and ME values of CGM and to evaluate the ileal AA digestibility of CGM fed to growing pigs. In Exp. 1, 42 barrows (63.8 ± 2.1 kg BW) were allotted to seven diets in a completely randomized design with six replicates per diet. Diets included a corn–soybean meal

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    Effect of Moisture and Heat Treatment of Corn Germ on Oil Quality

    Increasing the moisture content of the corn germ from 8 to 25% before oil extraction increased the acid value (AV) (3.02–4.01 mg KOH g −1), peroxide value (PV) (0.52–1.05 meq kg −1), and the red value (7.3–8.7) and decreased the content of total tocopherols by 37% and that of γ‐tocopherols by 31%.

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    US9567612B2 - Corn degerming ethanol fermentation processes

    The invention presents novel corn fermentation processes that remove the oil-rich fraction either during or after fermentation instead of before fermentation as usual. Besides recovery of high value oil-rich fraction of the corn, the processes also produce other value-added co-products such as that with high fiber or high protein but low oil

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    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ

    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ Integrity and Oil Quality . By Hui Wang, Tong Wang and Lawrence A. Johnson. Cite . BibTex; Full citation ; Publisher: American Chemical Society (ACS) Year: 2010. DOI identifier: 10.1021/jf101564m. O

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    Effects of Kernel Breakage and Fermentation on Corn Germ

    The effect of different corn degerming and fermentation treatments on the germ yields and oil contents was studied; the results showed that the oil contents in germ ranged from 33.50% to 39.16%

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