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tandard ( 1985 b): Lisztvizsgálati módszerek. Érzékszervi vizsgálatok, pontozásos bírálat és minősítés (Flour test methods. Sensory analysis, scoring and qualification) . MSZ 6369-1 : 1985

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soft cultivars ( Galindez-Najera et al., 2016 ). In addition, the kernel hardness specifies the conditioning parameters, the flour particle size, the density, the starch damage rate and through this the flour water absorption ability and the flour

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Tarhana is a traditional cereal-based, fermented food product consumed in Turkey. It is typically prepared by mixing yogurt, wheat flour, yeast, and a variety of vegetables and spices (onions, tomatoes, paprika, salt, mint, thyme, etc.). The dough

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: L. Hajas, K. A. Scherf, Zs. Bugyi, K. Török, E. Schall, P. Köhler, and S. Tömösközi

. HUNGARIAN STANDARD ( 1989 ): Élelmezési, takarmányozási, ipari magvak és hántolt termények vizsgálata. A búzaliszt laboratóriumi előállítása (Edible, fodder and industrial seeds and husked products. Quality tests. Production of wheat flour in laboratory

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as a function of mixing and temperature increase in wheat flour and whole wheat meal by Mixolab, AACCI method 10-05.01, Guidelines for measurement of volume by rapeseed displacement, AACCI Method 56-81.03, Determination of falling number , St

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: E. Schall, Zs. Bugyi, L. Hajas, K. Török, and S. Tömösközi

. Hungarian Standard ( 1989 ): Edible, fodder and industrial seeds and husked products. Quality tests. Production of wheat flour in laboratory . Hungarian Standard Institution. MSZ 6367 – 9 : 1989

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under the same conditions described above. Insecticidal Activity Insect Cultures Colonies of confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusum Jacquelin du Val (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae

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enrichment or densification of dough as oatmeal flour ( Szabó, 1982 ). More healthy food product was developed with high ß-glucan and oat content in the ÉKI-NAIK (Élelmiszer-tudományi Kutatóintézet, Nemzeti Agrárkutatási és Innovációs Központ (Food Science

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The presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) was analysed in food samples from the Czech food markets. Four different types of food samples (soya beans, soya bean products, maize flour, and rice) were collected at twelve places in four terms in the years 2008–2013. It represents a total 1152 food samples. Soya and maize were chosen, because these are the major transgenic crops grown worldwide. Increased cultivation of GM rice in China, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines has been observed. Polymerase chain reaction-based methods were applied to detect GMOs. GMOs were detected in 107 samples (9.3%). The results show that in food from the Czech food market GMOs mainly in maize flour and rice were found. GM maize was detected in 63 (21.9%) maize flour samples. Maize lines MON810, NK603, and Bt176 were detected in 14 (22%), 9 (14%), and 1 (1.6%) maize flour samples, respectively. Unauthorised GM rice was detected in 39 (13.5%) rice samples. Unauthorised rice Bt63 was detected in one sample of rice. Roundup Ready soya was detected in 4 (1.4%) soya bean samples and in 1 (0.35%) soya product sample. These results were compared with results of the world´s studies.

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Cs. Dobolyi, K. Inotai, I. Bata-Vidács, D. Sárkány, O. Csernus, S. Kocsubé, B. Tóth, A. Szekeres, and J. Kukolya

low, this demonstrates the need for more comprehensive surveys for this mycotoxin in wheat and cereal products. The mycobiota of flour-mills is regarded a prominent site to search for mycotoxin producing fungi for subsequent toxin

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