Effect of extraction conditions on the yield , purity and surface properties of sugar beet pulp pectin extracts

@inproceedings{Yapo2006EffectOE,
  title={Effect of extraction conditions on the yield , purity and surface properties of sugar beet pulp pectin extracts},
  author={Beda Marcel Yapo and Christelle Aur{\'e}lie Maud Robert and Isabelle Etienne and Bernard Wathelet and Michel Paquot},
  year={2006}
}
The extraction of pectins from sugar beet pulp was carried out in an aqueous acid medium under different conditions using a full twostate experimental design for three extraction parameters (pH, temperature and time). The yields of the extracted pectins ranged from 4.1% to 16.2%. Their contents in pectin constituents were 35.2–76.3% galacturonic acid, 6.8–32.9% neutral sugars, 2.0–4.2% methoxy groups, 0.8–3.8% acetyl groups, and 0.1–0.7% ferulic acid. Moreover, protein residues were present in… CONTINUE READING

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