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Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors

Technological and Nutritional Applications (Food Science and Technology)

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food & beverage technology,
  • Science,
  • Food Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Vitamin A in human nutrition,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Cytology,
  • Science / Biochemistry,
  • Color of food,
  • Carotenoids

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJ. Christopher Bauernfeind (Editor), George F. Stewart (Series Editor), Bernard S. Schweigert (Series Editor), John Hawthorn (Series Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages938
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9280242M
    ISBN 100120828502
    ISBN 109780120828500

      Carotenoids were first studied as natural pigments, then as precursors of vitamin A, and then as bioactive compounds against chronic diseases. These compounds have been and continue to be the subject of intense research worldwide, now with an expanded scope. Food Carotenoids Chemistry, Biology and Technology gathers all the important information. 8 Carotenoids as food colorants and precursors of aroma compounds Introduction Carotenoids as food colorants Natural carotenoid colors Nature-identical synthetic carotenoids Carotenoids produced by biotechnology Potential production from other microorganisms Carotenoids as.

    Start studying Beta-Carotene and Vitamin A. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Carotenoids as food colorants. Gordon HT, Bauernfeind JC. The carotenoids are a chemically related group of pigments which occur widely and abundantly in nature. Fruits, vegetables and vegetable oils, dairy products, leaves, shrimp, lobster, Cited by:

    Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications (Food Science and Technology) Poor. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. With usual stamps and markings, In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. Vitamin A and.   Read "Food Carotenoids Chemistry, Biology and Technology" by Delia B. Rodriguez-Amaya available from Rakuten Kobo. Carotenoids were first studied as natural pigments, then as precursors of vitamin A, and then as bioactive compounds aga Brand: Wiley.


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Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications presents the application of carotenoids to food and to the feed of animals, poultry, fish, and birds.

This book discusses the use of carotenoids in medicine, in the coloring of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and their unique role as photoconductors. Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications presents the application of carotenoids to food and to the feed of animals, poultry, fish, and birds.

This book discusses the use of carotenoids in medicine, in the coloring of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and their unique role as : Hardcover. Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications presents the application of carotenoids to food and to the feed of animals, poultry, fish, and birds.

This book discusses the use of carotenoids in medicine, in the coloring of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and their unique role as cturer: Academic Press. Description: Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications presents the application of carotenoids to food and to the feed of animals, poultry, fish, and birds.

This book discusses the use of carotenoids in medicine, in the coloring of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and their unique role.

Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications presents the application of carotenoids to food and to the feed of animals, poultry, fish, and birds.

This book discusses the use of carotenoids in medicine, in the coloring of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and their unique role as : Get this from a library. Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications.

[George F Stewart; Bernard S Schweigert; John Hawthorn; J Christopher Bauernfeind] -- Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carotenoids as colorants and vitamin A precursors.

New York, N.Y.: Academic Press, (OCoLC) book Carotenoids as colorants and vitamin A precursors: technological and nutritional applications J. Christopher Bauernfeind Published in in New York NY by Academic PressCited by: Carotenoids are pigments found only in plants and microorganisms.

Most carotenoids in the diet are provided by deeply pigmented vegetables and fruits. Nearly of these compounds have been identified in nature. Less than 10% of the carotenoids can be metabolized to retinol and act as vitamin A precursors. Carotenoids as colorants and vitamin A precursors.

Technological and nutritional applications. Author Affiliation: Roche Res. Cent., Hoffman-La-Roche Inc., Nutley, New JerseyUSA.

Book: Carotenoids as colorants and vitamin A precursors. Carotenoids were first studied as natural pigments, then as precursors of vitamin A, and then as bioactive compounds against chronic diseases. These compounds have been and continue to be the subject of intense research worldwide, now with an expanded scope.

Carotenoids were first studied as natural pigments, then as precursors of vitamin A, and then as bioactive compounds against chronic diseases. These compounds have been and continue to be the subject of intense research worldwide, now with an expanded scope.

Food Carotenoids. Carotenoids were first studied as natural pigments, then as precursors of vitamin A, and then as bioactive compounds against chronic diseases.

These compounds have been and continue to be the subject of intense research worldwide, now with an expanded scope. Food Carotenoids: Chemistry, Biology and Technology gathers all the important information. Title: Carotenoids as colorants and vitamin A precursors Author: edited by J. Christopher Bauernfeind Location: Academic Press Nasher: New York, N.Y Year: Shomareh Rahnama: Keywords: Title ‫Carotenoids as colorants and vitamin A precursors Author ‫edited by J.

Christopher Bauernfeind Subject: Books' Titles. Topics discussed include the distribution of carotenoids, particularly in plants and animals, the natural functions and commercial uses and applications of carotenoids, the pathways and regulation of carotenoid biosynthesis, the absorption and transport of carotenoids and their metabolism, especially into vitamin A.

Examples are given of the. Carotenoids serve two key roles in plants and algae: they absorb light energy for use in photosynthesis, and they provide photoprotection via non-photochemical quenching. Carotenoids that contain unsubstituted beta-ionone rings (including beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, and gamma-carotene) have vitamin A activity (meaning that they can be.

A group of carotenoids (α-carotene, β-carotene and βcryptoxanthin) serve as precursors of vitamin A in humans, hence are classified as pVACs.

The carotenoids that are precursors of vitamin A should have at least one ring of β-ionone not replaced and side polienic chain with at least 11 carbons.

Vitamin A is important for growth, development, maintenance of epithelial tissues, reproduction, immune system, and, in particular, visual cycle acting in the regeneration of photoreceptors Cited by: In recent decades the presence of carotenoids in our food supply and their role in human health have been of unprecedented interest.

Some carotenoids are provitamin A precursors, and about a dozen carotenoids are found in human plasma, depending on diets rich in green fruits and vegetables, and yellow/red or yellow/orange vegetables.

Food Carotenoids by Delia then as precursors of vitamin A, and then as bioactive compounds against chronic diseases. factors Implications on food quality Implications for human health References 8 Carotenoids as food colorants and precursors of aroma compounds Introduction Carotenoids as food.

Although humans, being mammals, are normally not coloured by carotenoids, analysis of human blood and tissues reveals a significant content of carotenoids which, as discussed later in this book, are associated with good health and reduced risk of by: Request PDF | An Overview of Carotenoids, Apocarotenoids and Vitamin A in Agro‐Food, Nutrition, Health and Disease | Carotenoids are fascinating .- vitamin A deficiency is associated with decreased iron incorporation into red blood cells and diminished mobilization of iron from stores 2.

Zinc - the transport and use of vitamin A depends on RBP and zinc is required for the synthesis of this protein. - zinc is also required as a cofactor for the conversion of retinol to retinal.