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FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. A Series of Monographs, Textbooks, and Reference Books. Editorial Advisory Board. Gustavo V. Barbosa-Cánovas. This important and comprehensive book covers, in depth, the most important recent advances in dairy technology. Providing core commercially. In Part III, Products, the book integrates information on raw materials and An important resource, Dairy Science and Technology, Second.

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This book is an essential purchase for all dairy technologists worldwide, whether in academic research and teaching, or within food companies. It is a most welcome addition to the literature of dairy science and technology because it concentrates on a range of fundamental aspects Similarly, students of food or dairy science will welcome access to this text.

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Britz Richard K. First published: Print ISBN: About this book This important and comprehensive book covers, in depth, the most important recent advances in dairy technology.

Dairy Science and Technology

Providing core commercially important information for the dairy industry, the editors, both internationally known for their work in this area, have drawn together an impressive and authoritative list of contributing authors. The most important recent advances?

In this chapter, we review the basics of milk composition and milk structure as they affect the utilization of milk in industrial practice and provide a comprehensive bibliography for further reading. This chapter is not designed to be a comprehensive review of Table 1.

Reprinted courtesy of Marcel Dekker. Average Recommended Dietary Allowances for all males and females above age Several very recent excellent reviews and monographs of aspects of dairy chemistry are available and recommended for those seeking more detail.

Gross composition for large numbers of samples is determined by indirect methods calibrated against chemical methods.

This factor is still in common use, although a more representative one is 6. Milk salts are discussed in Section 2. In the determination for payment purposes of the gross composition of producer milk, the largest source of error is bulk tank sampling error.

Standard deviations associated with bulk tank sampling error of 0. Milk analysis is discussed in detail in Chapter 3.

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Many factors affect the gross composition of milk. The factors most significant to the processing of milk and milk products are breed, feed, season, region, and herd health. Note that breeds producing high-fat milk also produce milk with lower ratios of protein to fat. This is certainly significant to multiple component pricing37"42 and suggests that genetic selection can achieve relatively rapid increases in the ratio of milk protein to fat, provided the change is achieved by lowering fat content.

Percent Protein Fat Jan.

May June July Aug. Primary standard methods were Mojonnier for fat and semi-micro-Kjeldahl for protein.

Protein is total nitrogen X 6. Data represent means of 10, herds tested four times each month at the Ontario Central Milk Testing Laboratory.

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In the Northern Hemisphere, maximum annual fat contents occur during the winter months, usually peaking in November or December; minimum fat contents occur in August as shown in Figure 1. Regional variations in the Ontario, Canada, milkfat composition for the years to are shown in Figure 1. These data and earlier unpublished data Ontario Central Milk Testing Laboratory, Guelph going back to show a continual increase in average fat content of Ontario milk over time, with little or no increase in protein content.

There has also been a gradual increase in average lactose content of Ontario producer milks, from 4.TaWe 1. Factors Fat composition Lower temp, of crystallization Rapid cooling Cooling in steps Preliminary cooling to low temp. Food Tech. Lactation of camels and composition of camel milk in Kenya.

Defects Contributed by the Dairy Ingredients Udder health mastitis also has slight effects on freezing point. Anderson, and J.

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