Chemical compositions , fine structure and physicochemical properties of kudzu ( Pueraria lobata ) starches from different regions

@inproceedings{Hung2007ChemicalC,
  title={Chemical compositions , fine structure and physicochemical properties of kudzu ( Pueraria lobata ) starches from different regions},
  author={Pham Van Hung and Naofumi Morita},
  year={2007}
}
Three commercial kudzu starches from Vietnam, Japan and Korea were used to determine chemical compositions, isoflavone compounds, fine structure and physicochemical properties. The kudzu starch from Vietnam had polygonal granules, whereas the kudzu starches from Japan and Korea contained both polygonal and spherical granules. Total protein, lipid, ash and phosphorus contents present in these kudzu starches were less than 1% (starch basis). The kudzu starch from Vietnam and Korea contained both… CONTINUE READING
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