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By Chi-Tang Ho, Thomas G. Hartman
content material: Lipids in nutrition flavors : an outline / Chi-Tang Ho and Qinyun Chen --
Chemistry of singlet oxygen oxidation of meals / Wesley T. Yang and David B. Min --
Contribution of lipoxygenase pathway to meals flavors / Rudolf Juuping Hsieh --
unstable formation via lipid-mediated Maillard response in version structures / Yuangang Zhang, William J. Ritter, C. Craig Barker, Paul A. Traci, and Chi-Tang Ho --
unstable compounds generated from thermal interplay of 2,4-decadienal and the flavour precursors of garlic / Tung-Hsi Yu, Min-Hsiung Lee, Chung-May Wu, and Chi-Tang Ho --
courting of temperature to the construction of lipid volatiles from pork / A.M. Spanier, A.J. St. Angelo, C.C. Grimm, and J.A. Miller --
alterations of headspace unstable compounds as a result of oxidation of milk fats in the course of garage of dried dairy items / Y.B. Lee and C.V. Morr --
Lipid-derived aroma compounds in cooked potatoes and reconstituted dehydrated potato granules / Juan P. Salinas, Thomas G. Hartman, Karl Karmas, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
Lipid-derived style compounds in clean and dehydrated tomato items / Karl Karmas, Thomas G. Hartman, Juan P. Salinas, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
Aroma iteration in extruded and heated wheat flour / Hui-Ing Hwang, Thomas G. Hartman, Mukund V. Karwe, Henry V. Izzo, and Chi-Tang Ho --
influence of packaging at the lipid oxidation garage balance of dehydrated pinto beans / Thomas G. Hartman, Karl Karmas, Juan P. Salinas, Reginald Ruiz, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
impact of completing diets on lamb style / M.E. Bailey, J. Suzuki, L.N. Fernando, H.A. Swartz, and R.W. Purchas --
Contribution of lipid-derived parts to the flavour of alligator meat / K.R. Cadwallader, H.H. Baek, H.Y. Chung, and M.W. Moody --
taste chemistry of dairy lipids : evaluate of loose fatty acids / I.J. Jeon --
taste chemistry of fish oil / Charles F. Lin --
Omega-3 fatty acid composition and balance of seal lipids / Fereidoon Shahidi, J. Synowiecki, R. Amarowicz, and Udaya Wanasundara --
risky compounds of lards from assorted remedies / Lucy solar Hwang and Chung-Wen Chen --
Hexanal as a trademark of the flavour deterioration of meat and meat items / Fereidoon Shahidi and Ronald B. Pegg --
keep watch over of the creation of cis-3-hexenal, lipid-derived style compound, through plant telephone tradition / Shan-rong Chou and Chee-Kok Chin --
Canola oil style caliber evaluate via dynamic headspace gasoline chromatography / S.K. Raghavan, D.R. Connell, and A. Khayat --
Stabilization of canola oil by way of common antioxidants / Fereidoon Shahidi and Udaya Wanasundara --
Capillary fuel chromatography strategy for settling on olive oil style / S.K. Raghavan, D.R. Connell, and A. Khayat.
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Tea. Lipoxygenase was reported in tea leaf chloroplast (156,157). Its enzymic activity oxidized linoleic acid to its 13-hydroperoxide, then hexanal and linolenic acid to c/sO-hexenal and /rawi-2-hexenal (158). Lipoxygenase activity in tea leaves increases after plucking (159) and there is a further increase in subsequent dehydration. Lipoxygenase activity is higher in leaves used for making high quality tea than those used for lower quality products. Fish. Various aliphatic aldehydes contribute strongly to the characteristic aroma of oxidized fish lipids.
A critical role of sulfhydryl groups for enzyme activity has also been reported in lipoxygenases from platelet (38), soybean (197) and guinea pig skin (198). However the requirement of low levels of hydroperoxides (<10nM) for activation of lipoxygenase has been reported by many animal and planttissues(63). Control by Free Radical and Metal Chelation Mechanisms. It is well documented that iron-oxygen complex and free radicals are involved in the catalytic cycle of many lipoxygenase activities (48,75,199).
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Lipids in Food Flavors by Chi-Tang Ho, Thomas G. Hartman