Food processing mechanics. 2.
Applications of biotechnology in food processing. 3.
Improving nutritional quality of food through modern biotechnology. 4.
Agro-food processing. 5.
Enzyme technology in food processing. 6.
Supercritical fluid technology in food processing. 7.
Food irradiation technology. 8.
Food dehydration methods. 9.
Technologies for microbial inactivation of foods. 10.
Biotechnology for upgrading fermented foods. 11.
Catalytic processing of biomass-derived feed-stocks. 12.
Risks of genetically modified foods. 13.
Assessment of nutritionally improved foods. Bibliography.
Index. " Biotechnology in the food processing sector targets the selection and improvement of microorganisms with the objectives of improving process control, yields and efficiency as well as the quality, safety and consistency of bioprocessed products.
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Present status and future prospects of medicinal plants. 2.
Origin and history. 3.
Distribution and production trend. 4.
Botanical description of aonla. 5.
Species and varieties of aonla. 6.
Phytochemistry and pharmacological properties. 7.
Uses of aonla. 8.
Value added products of aonla. 9.
Major problems of aonla production in South East Asia. 10.
Research and development needs. 11.
Ecological requirements for aonla development. 12.
Propagation and in-situ orchard establishment. 13.
Cultivation practices. 14.
Post-harvest handling, processing and storage. 15.
Insect - pests and their control measures. 16.
Diseases and control measures. 17.
Organic production of aonla. 18.
Marketing and export. 19.
Indian medicinal plants marketing federation - its role in marketing and development of medicinal plants. 20.
Role of NABARD and NMPB in promotion of aonla and other medicinal plants. Annexure : 1.
Model scheme for development of aonla. References.
Subject index. "Aonla (Emblica officinalis) is widely used in Indian system(less)
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2. Signal Analysis.
3. Quantum Mechanics.
6. Fluid dynamics.
7. Group Representations.
8. Control Theory.
9. Dynamical Systems.
10. Quantum Stochastic Calculus.
11. Statistical Mechanics.
12. Antenna Theory: Analysis and Synthesis.
13. Quantum Field Theory.
14. Statistical Signal Processing Problems in Music.
15. Miscellaneous Study Project Problems.
16. BE Projects.
17. Objective type questions.
"The mathematical tools used in signal analysis involve differential and difference equations, integral equations, matrix algebra and calculus, complex analysis and probability theory and random processes. This book applies these tools to problems in various branches of physics like fluid dynamics, electromagnetism and quantum theory.
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NonDestructive Methods in Quality Regulations of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables/M.N.
Keshava Prakash. 3.
Radiation Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables/V.B.
Pectin : Chemistry, Properties and Applications/P. Vijayanand and S.
5. Pigments of Fruits and Vegetables : Chemistry Technology and Food Application/H.
6. Nutraceuticals from Fruits and Vegetables/S.
M. Aradhya and Policegoudra.
7. Membrane Processing for Liquid Fruits/Ng.
Iboyaima Singh. 8.
Trends in the Development of Intermediate Moisture Foods (IMFs) from Fruits and Vegetables/A.S.
Chauhan and R.S.
Production Technology of Fruit and Vegetable Powders/A.S.
Chauhan and R.S.
Food Applications of Bamboo Shoots/M.N.
Rekha and R.S.
Storage and Processing of Mushrooms/M.N.
Shashirekha and S. Rajarathnam.
12. Product Quality as Function of Processing Conditions/S.
Food Additives in Processed Fruit and Vegetable Products/V.D.
Packaging of Processed Fruit and Vegetable Products/A.R.
Indiramma and N.S.
2. Drug bioavailability enhancement - a new concept.
3. Medicinal plants - priorities in Indian medicines diverse studies and implications.
4. Recent developments of some natural products.
5. Production and management of medical plants on farms.
6. Medicinal plants: present and future.
7. Classification, identification and naming of medicinal plants.
8. Propagation of medicinal plants.
9. Pests and pest management in medicinal plants.
10. Ajmalicine (Raubasine): a medicinally important alkaloid from catharanthus roseus (Vinca Rosea).
16. Bhumi Amalaki, common names.
20. Corkwood tree.
21. Cultivation and utilization of duboisia spp.
in India. 22.
Cultivation of ammi majus linn, in India. 23.
Cultivation of dioscorea composita hemsl.: a potential source of diosgenin Jammu.
24. Cultivation of rutin bearing eucalyptus species.
27. Effect of light Vs dark on seed germination(less)
2. Medicinal value of mushrooms.
3. Advantages of mushrooms.
4. Poisonous mushrooms.
5. Morphology of common edible mushrooms.
6. Common edible mushrooms of India.
7. Where and when to go mushrooming.
8. How to collect and identity fungi.
9. Classification of fungi - a brief survey.
10. Delicious recipes of mushroom.
11. Chemical composition, anti-nutritional factors and shelf-life of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus).
12. Composition and food value of sclerotium (OSU) and edible mushroom (Pleurotus Tuber-regium).
13. Osmotic dehydration characteristics of button mushrooms.
14. Effect of modified atmosphere packaging on low molecular weight carbohydrates of oyster mushrooms.
15. Mushroom cultivation.
16. Cultivation of white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus).
17. Cultivation of agaricus bitorquis.
18. Cultivation of paddy straw mushroom (Volvariella Spp.
Cultivation of pleurotus spp. 20.
Cultivation of stropharia rugoso annulata. 21.
Cultivation of auricularia spp. (Jew's ear).
22. Cultivation of flammulina velutipes.
23. Cultivation of pholiota(less)
2. Cultivation of eucalyptus citriodora.
3. Cultivation of rosmarinus officinalis.
4. Cultivation of coriander sativum.
5. Cultivation of lavender species.
6. Cultivation of matricaria chamomilla.
7. Vanilla-world's second-most expensive spice.
8. Cultivation of artemisia annua.
9. Cultivation of mentha arvensis.
10. Cultivation of French basil (Ocimum Bacilicum L.
Jasmine-crop improvement and agrotechniques. 12.
Semecarpus anacardium L.f.
13. Himalayan cedarwood oil.
14. Essential oils of agarwood, cinnamomum tamala leaves, eucalyptus citriodora and caultheria pragrantissima.
15. Past and future of sandal wood oil industry.
16. Production technology and package of practices in chilli.
17. By-product development from turmeric and ginger rhizomes.
18. Synthesis of 4-acye-3, 7,7-trimethylbicyclo [4, 1, 0] hept-3-ene and related compounds by friedel crafts reaction on (+) - car -3-ene.
19. Free and glycosidically bound volatiles of clove (Eugenia caryophyllata).
20. Cultivation of spices.
21. Bunium persicum (Boiss.
) Fedtsch - botany, conservation strategies and cultivation. 22.
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2. Importance of mushrooms.
3. History of mushroom cultivation.
4. Present status of mushroom industry in India.
5. Biology of mushroom.
6. Food value of mushroom.
7. Steps in mushroom growing.
8. Management of diseases, competitors, pests and nematodes in mushrooms.
9. Importance and scope of specialty mushrooms.
10. Cultivation technology of specialty mushroom.
11. Post harvest handling and preservation of mushroom.
12. Uses of mushrooms.
Subject Index. "In India about 72-76% of human population lives in about 6,00,000 villages and is mainly engaged in agricultural and allied activities.
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Their direct use as food is non-existent. Mushroom, on the other hand, have the ability to transform nutritionally useless waste(less)
Importance of mushrooms. 2.
Brief history of mushroom cultivation. 3.
Steps in mushroom growing. I.
The mushroom biology: 1. Life cycle of mushrooms.
2. Identification of mushrooms.
3. Edible and poisonous mushrooms.
4. Mushroom genetics and breeding.
5. Mushroom growth and environment.
II. Spawn and spawning: 1.
Spawn production. III.
White button mushroom (Agaricus Bisporus): 1. Compost preparation.
3. Crop management after spawning.
5. Post-composting supplementation.
6. Management after spawn-run.
IV. Button or field mushroom: 1.
Production technology. V.
Oyster mushroom: 1. Materials and substrates.
6. Mushroom house design for pleurotus production.
VI. Straw mushroom: 1.
Composting the substrate. 2.
Substrate preparation and spawning. VII.
Shiitake mushroom: 1. Cultivation on supplemented sawdust.
VIII. White milky mushroom and other species: 1.
Other species of mushrooms. 3.
Silver ear mushroom or white jelly fungus. 4.
Wood ear mushroom/black(less)
In India in Slow Motion, Tully and his colleague Gillian Wright delve further than ever before into this nation of over one billion people, attempting to unravel a culture that, famously, has always resisted unravelling. India in Slow Motion is the account of a journey that for Tully and Wright has no true beginning or end(less)
2. Enzymes in Milk and Cheese Industries.
3. Enzymes in Baking Industry.
4. Enzymes in Fruit Juices and Beverages Industry.
5. Enzymes in Meat Industries.
6. Enzymes in Sugar Industries.
7. Enzymes in Fat, Oil, Flavor and Fragrance Industries.
8. Immobilized Enzymes in Food Processing.
9. Enzymes as Analytical Tools in Food Processing.
10. Novel Strategies for Designing Food Enzymes : Genomics and Proteomics Approach.
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