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Articles by Mohamed M. Eltayeb
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mohamed M. Eltayeb
  Khalid A. Hassan , Amro B. Hassan , Mohamed M. Eltayeb , Mashier A. Sulieman , Gamaa A. Mohamed and Elfadil E. Babike
  The protein solubility and functional properties of boiled and fried locust were determined at different pH in order to ascertain their suitability as food or food ingredients. The results indicated that the emulsifying activity, emulsion capacity and foaming capacity were affected by pH. For both boiled and fried locust, high values for the parameters were obtained at alkaline region and low values at acidic range except foaming capacity. However, the emulsion stability for both treated locust was of no regular pattern of change at both acidic and alkaline region. However, for both boiled and fried locust the emulsion and foam stability were higher at alkaline region than at the acidic one. The results obtained showed that the protein of the treated locust was slightly soluble and the insolubility of the protein reflects on the other functional properties.
  Amro B. Hassan , Isam A. Mohamed Ahmed , Nuha M. Osman , Mohamed M. Eltayeb , Gammaa A. Osman and Elfadil E. Babiker
  Two pearl millet cultivars namely Gadarif and Gazeera were used in this study. The effect of soaking, debranning, dry heating and germination of the grains before and after fermentation on protein content and digestibility was investigated. The effect of processing treatments on the protein content was fluctuated and varied between the cultivars. For both cultivars germination of the grains increased the protein content and digestibility (except course ground grains). For both cultivars fermentation of the germinated and course ground grains increased the protein content while fermentation of other treated grains fluctuated between the cultivars. The protein digestibility of the treated grains after fermentation was greatly improved. For both cultivars fermentation of the germinated grains gave higher protein digestibility (> 90%) compared to all other treatments.
 
 
 
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