Oil Extraction and Analysis: Critical Issues and Competitive Studies

@inproceedings{Luthria2004OilEA,
  title={Oil Extraction and Analysis: Critical Issues and Competitive Studies},
  author={Devanand L. Luthria},
  year={2004}
}
This book contains papers from the symposium "Critical Issues, Current and Emerging Technologies for Determination of Crude Fat Content in Food, Feed and Seeds," held in 2003 at the AOCS Annual Meeting in Kansas City, Missouri. The topics covered give a broad perspective of the challenges and issues of the value-added enhanced products. This book will be of interest to biotechnology professionals, processors, scientists, nutritionists, economists, new product development and business… 
EVALUATION OF THE PARAMETERS AFFECTING THE SOLVENT EXTRACTION OF SOYBEAN OIL
Soybean is grown primarily for its protein content and secondarily for its oil; it is an excellent protein supplement for enriching cereal diet. The primary processing of soybean before oil
Optimization of an Oil Extraction Process for Algae from the Treatment of Manure Effluent
Increasing interest in the coupling of biological wastewater treatment processes with the generation of value-added products (such as oil containing ω-3 fatty acids (FA)) has stimulated efforts in
Rapid Solid-Liquid Dynamic Extraction (RSLDE): A Powerful and Greener Alternative to the Latest Solid-Liquid Extraction Techniques
TLDR
Rapid solid-liquid dynamic extraction (RSLDE), performed using the Naviglio extractor, is a technique that is able to reduce extraction times, generally leads to higher yields, does not require heating of the system, allows one to extract the active ingredients, and avoids their degradation.
Study of Pea Accessions for Development of an Oilseed Pea
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This research supports the idea of developing a novel dual-purpose oilseed pea that emulates the protein and oil production in soybean seeds while being conveniently adapted to a colder climate.
Extraction and chromatography of bioactive compounds in complex samples using supercritical CO2 technology
Bioactive compounds found in plants have been of interest to man since ancient times. These compounds have the ability to modulate the metabolic processes in our bodies, which suggests that they may
Measures Matter—Determining the True Nutri-Physiological Value of Feed Ingredients for Swine
TLDR
This review is to provide a holistic assessment of the benefits and limitations of existing chemical analysis methods and measures used to evaluate feed ingredients for swine and explore the benefits of using additional measurements to more accurately assess their true nutri-physiological value.
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