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Examination of MA Thesis at the Faculty of Agriculture

 

A Master’s thesis at the Faculty of Agriculture submitted by Hadeel Nazem Murad investigated the extraction and production of resistant starch from some plant sources that are used in the careful packaging of the therapeutic primers. The candidate said that the study included the estimation of the chemical composition of potato tubers, white maize, rice, and starch extract from the sources mentioned in the wet method.

 

After the study of the chemical structure of the plant, it was modified with wet thermal treatment and chemically by cross-links, and physical tests were conducted. These included the determination of the percentage of solubility, puffiness, phosphorus ratios, and the diagnosis of the active groups of the FT-IR device.

 

Microencapsulation of Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus acidophilus was carried out by preparation of three mixtures and concentrations ranged between (1-3)% for each of the genes of Sodium and natural growth and resistance and both individually and then studied the effect of the process of careful packaging on the biology of the bacteria above exposure to conditions similar to the digestive system of the human and then the use of these elements in the manufacture of yoghurtand mixed with streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillusbulgaricus and the change in total pH, pH and logarithm  was studied during a storage period of 28 days at 4 ° C.

 

 

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