application of an alginate鈥揷hitosan edible film on figs

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Esparza-Rivera and J A Meza-Velzquez 2019 Application of an Alginate–Chitosan Edible Film on Figs (Ficus carica): Effect on Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Capacity Food Bioprocess Technol TESIS DIRIGIDAS 12 tesis de licenciatura 8 tesis de Maestra ALGUNOS PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACIN 1

Development Evaluation of Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) Based

Edible films and coatings are an environment friendly technology vegetables will be taken for application of edible coatings These fruits and vegetables are strawberry cucumber apple capsicum and pear The fruits are good source vitamins investigated an alginate-based edible coating affected on the preservation and quality of

Quaternary Salts of Chitosan: History Antimicrobial

Recently increasing attention has been paid to water-soluble derivatives of chitosan at its applications The chemical characteristics and the antimicrobial properties of these salts can play significant role in pharmacological and food areas mainly as carriers for drug delivery systems and as antimicrobial packaging materials In the current paper a historical sequence of the main

Application of carboxymethyl cellulose and chitosan

Jun 01 2018The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) and chitosan (CH) coatings containing Mentha spicata essential oil (MSO 0 1 and 0 2%) on survival of Listeria monocytogenes and physicochemical (weight loss titratable acidity and pH) microbial (total viable count psychrotrophic bacteria as well as yeasts and molds)

The synthesis and characterization of hydrogel chitosan

Jun 07 2017The writers conducted a study about the synthesis and characterization of hydrogel chitosan-alginate by addition plasticizer lauric acid for wound dressing application The purpose was to find out the impact of lauric acid concentration variation on hydrogel chitosan-alginate to get the best mechanical and physical properties to be applied as

Lipid Addition to Improve Barrier Properties of Edible

Jul 20 2006Pramila Umaraw Akhilesh K Verma Comprehensive review on application of edible film on meat and meat products: An eco-friendly approach Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 10 1080/10408398 2014 986563 57 6 (1270-1279) (2015)

Chitosan based nanocomposite films and coatings: Emerging

Mar 01 2020Several biopolymers have been studied for the development of biodegradable edible and antimicrobial films for their food packaging applications (Elsabee Abdou 2013) Such biopolymers include starch cellulose their derivatives gums proteins (animal or plant-based) and lipids ( Muxika Etxabide Uranga Guerrero de la Caba 2017 )

Carboxymethyl cellulose/sodium alginate/chitosan

Oct 15 2019Film thickness is a crucial parameter in the production of edible films as it influences on WVP mechanical and thermal properties of the films As shown from Fig 3 CMC/A thickness (0 033 0 011 mm) was slightly decreased with increasing the CBg percent from 5 wt% to 15 wt%

Development of edible film from flaxseed mucilage

For instance many studies have used polysaccharide-based edible film as a stable material that is feasible for packaging purposes (Dick et al 2016) In the present work the development of an edible film from flaxseed mucilage was investigated with the aim that it serves as an alternative to other edible films and synthetic polymer films

Preservation of different fig cultivars (Ficus carica L

BACKGROUND The effect of modified atmosphere packaging (MAP ) on the stability of 'Cuello Dama Blanco' (CDB ) 'Cuello Dama Negro' (CDN ) and 'San Antonio' (SA ) figs during post‐harvest cold storage was evaluated by using three different films with a diverse number of microperforations (diameter = 100 m): M10 (16 holes) M30 (five holes) and M50 (three

Control of Multi

Wound dressings For the preparation of non-thermal-plasma-treated alginate wound dressings sodium alginate (M:G ratio 1 6 Sigma-Aldrich St Louis MO) was suspended in de-ionized H 2 O filter sterilized poured into a mold and cross-linked with calcium to form circular hydrogels (26 mm in diameter) The hydrogels were then treated for 3 min with a non-thermal plasma

EDIBLE FILM

Apr 04 20121 An edible film to be adopted for use by dissolving in the mouth of a user comprising an opening-forming area in which an opening is not formed prior to use but an opening of a predetermined shape that passes through the film from one side to another side thereof can be formed at the time of use 2 The edible film according to claim 1 wherein the opening

Preparation of covalently crosslinked sodium alginate

The FT-IR spectra of the pure sodium alginate (Fig 3a) hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (Fig 3b) and esterified samples (Figs 3c 3d and 3e) were recorded The band at 3456 cm −1 is attributed to hydroxyl stretching in the HMPC and microsphere samples (Figs 3c 3d and 3e)

Quality evaluation of blueberries coated with chitosan and

been obtained with edible coating based on chitosan (Duan et al 2011) aloe vera (Vieira et al 2016) and quinoa protein/chitosan/sunflower oil edible film (Abugoch et al 2016) Alginate is a hydrophilic biopolymer that has a coating function because of its unique colloidal properties which include its use for thickening

Influence of Codium tomentosum Extract in the Properties

In alginate films the extract incorporation significantly decreased film solubility (6%) water vapour permeability (46%) and elasticity (24%) and had no effect on thermal properties Depending on the type of application the addition of SE in edible films can bring advantages for food conservation

Characterization of Starch Edible Films with Different

Abstract This study investigated properties of starch-based edible films with oregano and black cumin essential oil addition Essential oils addition positively affected film swelling (decreased due to essential oil addition) mechanical properties (tensile strength decreased while elongation at break increased) and water vapor barrier properties (decreased along with essential oils

Development of edible film from flaxseed mucilage

For instance many studies have used polysaccharide-based edible film as a stable material that is feasible for packaging purposes (Dick et al 2016) In the present work the development of an edible film from flaxseed mucilage was investigated with the aim that it serves as an alternative to other edible films and synthetic polymer films

Application of an Alginate–Chitosan Edible Film on Figs

Application of an Alginate–Chitosan Edible Film on Figs (Ficus carica): Effect on Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Capacity Ficus carica anthocyanins antioxidant activity bioactive compounds carbon dioxide coatings edible films figs maturity stage oxygen polyphenols postharvest technology

Protein adsorption through Chitosan–Alginate membranes for

Chitosan and Alginate were used as biopolymers to prepare membranes for protein adsorption The network requires a cross-linker able to form bridges between polymeric chains Viscopearl-mini (VM) was used as a support to synthesize them Six different types of membranes were prepared using the main compounds of the matrix: VM Chitosan of low and medium molecular weight and Alginate

[PDF] Evaluating Quality Attributes of Four Fresh Fig

The effect of two fruit maturity stages on the quality attributes of four fresh fig cultivars was examined including consumer acceptance and antioxidant capacity Fig quality attributes such as weight soluble solids concentration (SSC) titratable acidity (TA) SSC:TA firmness antioxidant capacity and consumer acceptance varied by cultivar

CN104140568A

The invention discloses an edible film with a continuous antioxidant function and a preparation method and application thereof Preparation parameters of tea polyphenol-chitosan hydrochloride nanoparticles are adjusted and the prepared chitosan hydrochloride nanoparticles with different tea polyphenol encapsulation rates and particle sizes are added to a natural edible

Blend Films From Sodium Alginate and Carboxymethyl Starch

Sodium alginate/carboxymethyl starch blend films were prepared successfully by solution method characterized by IR XRD and SEM and their mechanical properties percent water absorption and water vapour transmission were measured The results indicate that there are strong interaction and good compatibility between sodium alginate and carboxymethyl starch molecule in the blend films

Ionic Cross

A biodegradable composite film was made from chitosan and alginate cross-linked by 10% sodium citrate and 3% calcium chloride solution Effects of cross-linking time and pH on the mechanical properties and water resistance of the composite film were investigated Besides X-ray diffraction(XRD) and differential seanning calorinetry(DSC) were applied to characterize

Progress in Chitosan and Its Application on Fruit and

Chitosan is a natural high molecular compound with the characteristic of non-toxicity safety easy membrane formation and antibiosi The mechanism of chitosan on fresh keeping fruits and vegetables are introduced And the application of chitosan application of chitosan on the fruit and vegetable fresh-keeping are reviewed In addit ion some suggestions of the development

Chitosan based edible films and coatings: A review

May 01 2013Film solubility (FS) is a very important property where water resistance is an important property of biodegradable or edible films for applications as food protection where water activity is high or when the film must be in contact with water during processing of the coated food (e g to avoid exudation of fresh or frozen products)