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Effects of Wet Milling Sago Pith Waste on Yield and Physical Properties of Sago Starch

@inproceedings{Santoso2017EffectsOW,
  title={Effects of Wet Milling Sago Pith Waste on Yield and Physical Properties of Sago Starch},
  author={Budi Santoso and Kota Sakakura and Hitoshi Naito and Masaharu Ohmi and Yoshihiko Nishimura and Tomohiro Uchiyama and Akemi Itaya and Makoto Hisamatsu and Hiroshi Ehara and Takashi Mishima},
  year={2017}
}
The objective of this study was to investigate sago starch recovery from sago pith waste using wet milling, and to examine the sago starch physical properties. The results show that recovery of sago pith waste by wet milling increased the amount of starch by 21% (dry basis). Scanning electron microscopy showed that wet milling did not change the smoothness of the granule surface, and birefringence was clearly seen when the sample was observed using polarized light microscopy. The volume-median… 

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