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  • Milk Emulsions: Structure and Stability. [Journal Article]
    Foods 2019; 8(10)Braun K, Hanewald A, Vilgis TA
  • The main aim of this research is to investigate the characteristics of milk and milk proteins as natural emulsifiers. It is still largely unclear how the two main fractions of the milk proteins behave as emulsifier in highly concentrated emulsions. The surface-active effect of these is determined experimentally for emulsions with a high oil content (φ > 0.7), in this case fully refined rapeseed o…
  • Processing Induced Degradation Routes of Prochloraz in Rapeseed Oil. [Journal Article]
    J Agric Food Chem 2019Goeckener B, Kotthoff M, … Buecking M
  • Analysing the fate of substances in complex matrices, such as processed food, is a major challenge in modern analytical chemistry. However, current regulatory procedures for pesticides only include high temperature hydrolysis of the active substance in water (OECD 507) to simulate food processing. This study shows that heating radiolabelled [imidazolyl 2 14C]prochloraz in virgin rapeseed oil at t…
  • Bee pollination outperforms pesticides for oilseed crop production and profitability. [Journal Article]
    Proc Biol Sci 2019; 286(1912):20191550Catarino R, Bretagnolle V, … Gaba S
  • Nature-based agriculture that reduces dependency on chemical inputs requires using ecological principles for sustainable agro-ecosystems, aiming to balance ecology, economics and social justice. There is growing evidence that pollinator-dependent crops with high insect, particularly bee, pollination service can give higher yields. However, the interacting effects between insect pollination and ag…
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