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Cereal grains : assessing and managing quality

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Cereal grains : assessing and managing quality
Title
Cereal grains
Title remainder
assessing and managing quality
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Quality and food safety are important throughout the value-addition chain, from breeding, production, harvest, storage, transport, processing, and marketing. At all stages, analysis is needed so that quality management can proceed intelligently. These considerations are examined for each of the major cereal species, including wheat (common and durum), rye and triticale, barley and oats, rice, maize (corn), pseudocereal species, sorghum, and the millets. Divided into five sections, the book analyses these for the range of cereal species before a final section summarizes key findings
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Cataloging source
NLE
Dewey number
633.1
LC call number
SB189
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Wrigley, Colin W.
  • Batey, I. L.
  • Miskelly, Diane
Series statement
Woodhead Publishing series in food science, technology and nutrition
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  • Grain
  • Grain
Label
Cereal grains : assessing and managing quality
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Publication
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  • Part One: Cereal-grain quality 1. Assessing and managing quality at all stages of the grain chain 2. The cereal grains: providing our food, feed and fuel needs 3. The diversity of uses for cereal grains 4. Cereal-grain morphology and composition Part Two: Grain-quality characteristics for specific cereals 5. Common wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 6. Durum wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 7. Rye: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 8. Triticale: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 9. Barley: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 10. Oats: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 11. Corn: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 12. Rice: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 13
  • Sorghum and millets: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 14. Alternative grains: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements Part Three: Grain-quality analysis and management 15. Food safety aspects of grain and cereal product quality 16. Breeding for grain-quality traits 17. Identification of grain variety and quality type 18. The effects of growth environment and agronomy on grain quality 19. Analysis of grain quality at receival 20. Grain storage and transport 21. Biosecurity: Safe-guarding quality at all stages of the grain chain Part Four: Processing cereal grains to optimize product quality 22. Assessing and managing flour quality during and after milling 23. Industrial processing of grains into co-products of protein, starch, oils and fibre 24. Optimisation of end-product quality for the consumer Part Five: Summary and Appendices 25
  • Grain quality: the consumer, the scientist, the technologist and the future Appendix 1: Composition of grains and grain products Appendix 2: Equivalence between metric, US and Chinese units for the grain industry
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- Assessing and managing quality at all stages of the grain chain / Colin Wrigley -- The cereal grains: Providing our food, feed and fuel needs / Colin Wrigley -- The diversity of uses for cereal grains / Ian Batey -- Cereal-grain morphology and composition / Colin Wrigley -- Wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Surjani Uthayakumaran and Colin Wrigley -- Durum wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Ray Hare -- Rye: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Colin Wrigley and Walter Bushuk -- Triticale: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Colin Wrigley and Walter Bushuk -- Barley: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Marta S. Izydorczyk and Michael Edney -- Oats: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Pamela Zwer -- Corn: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Zoltán Gyóri -- Rice: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Melissa Fitzgerald -- Sorghum and millets: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / John R.N. Taylor and Kwaku G. Duodu -- Ancient wheats and pseudocereals for possible use in cereal-grain dietary intolerances / Ferenc Békés, Regine Schoenlechner, and Sándor Tömösközi -- Food safety aspects of grain and cereal product quality / Anton J. Alldrick -- Breeding for grain-quality traits / Zoltán Bedő, László Láng, and Mariann Rakszegi -- Identification of grain variety and quality type / Crispin A. Howitt and Diane Miskelly -- The effects of growth environment and agronomy on grain quality / Michael Gooding -- Analysis of grain quality at receival / Stephen Delwiche and Diane Miskelly -- Maintaining grain quality during storage and transport / Ian Batey -- Biosecurity: Safe-guarding quality at all stages of the grain chain / David R. Eagling, Bill Magee, Pat J. Collins, Yong Lin Ren, Yang Cao, and Fujun Li -- Assessing and managing wheat-flour quality before, during, and after milling / Diane Miskelly and Dai Suter -- Industrial processing of grains into co-products of protein, starch, oils, and fibre / Ian Batey, Colin Wrigley, and Diane Miskelly -- Optimisation of end-product quality for the consumer / Diane Miskelly -- Grain quality: The future is with the consumer, the scientist, and the technologist / Colin Wrigley, Ian Batey, and Diane Miskelly -- Appendix 1: Composition of grains and grain products / Denise L. King, Bhaskarani Jasthi, and Janet Pettit -- Appendix 2: Equivalence between metric, U.S., and Chinese units for the grain industry / Colin Wrigley
Edition
  • Second edition. /
  • edited by Colin Wrigley, Ian Batey, Diane Miskelly.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780081007303
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Online access with subscription: Elsevier (Sciencedirect Freedom Collection)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Cereal grains : assessing and managing quality
Publication
Note
  • Part One: Cereal-grain quality 1. Assessing and managing quality at all stages of the grain chain 2. The cereal grains: providing our food, feed and fuel needs 3. The diversity of uses for cereal grains 4. Cereal-grain morphology and composition Part Two: Grain-quality characteristics for specific cereals 5. Common wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 6. Durum wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 7. Rye: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 8. Triticale: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 9. Barley: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 10. Oats: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 11. Corn: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 12. Rice: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 13
  • Sorghum and millets: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements 14. Alternative grains: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements Part Three: Grain-quality analysis and management 15. Food safety aspects of grain and cereal product quality 16. Breeding for grain-quality traits 17. Identification of grain variety and quality type 18. The effects of growth environment and agronomy on grain quality 19. Analysis of grain quality at receival 20. Grain storage and transport 21. Biosecurity: Safe-guarding quality at all stages of the grain chain Part Four: Processing cereal grains to optimize product quality 22. Assessing and managing flour quality during and after milling 23. Industrial processing of grains into co-products of protein, starch, oils and fibre 24. Optimisation of end-product quality for the consumer Part Five: Summary and Appendices 25
  • Grain quality: the consumer, the scientist, the technologist and the future Appendix 1: Composition of grains and grain products Appendix 2: Equivalence between metric, US and Chinese units for the grain industry
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- Assessing and managing quality at all stages of the grain chain / Colin Wrigley -- The cereal grains: Providing our food, feed and fuel needs / Colin Wrigley -- The diversity of uses for cereal grains / Ian Batey -- Cereal-grain morphology and composition / Colin Wrigley -- Wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Surjani Uthayakumaran and Colin Wrigley -- Durum wheat: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Ray Hare -- Rye: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Colin Wrigley and Walter Bushuk -- Triticale: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Colin Wrigley and Walter Bushuk -- Barley: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Marta S. Izydorczyk and Michael Edney -- Oats: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Pamela Zwer -- Corn: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Zoltán Gyóri -- Rice: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / Melissa Fitzgerald -- Sorghum and millets: Grain-quality characteristics and management of quality requirements / John R.N. Taylor and Kwaku G. Duodu -- Ancient wheats and pseudocereals for possible use in cereal-grain dietary intolerances / Ferenc Békés, Regine Schoenlechner, and Sándor Tömösközi -- Food safety aspects of grain and cereal product quality / Anton J. Alldrick -- Breeding for grain-quality traits / Zoltán Bedő, László Láng, and Mariann Rakszegi -- Identification of grain variety and quality type / Crispin A. Howitt and Diane Miskelly -- The effects of growth environment and agronomy on grain quality / Michael Gooding -- Analysis of grain quality at receival / Stephen Delwiche and Diane Miskelly -- Maintaining grain quality during storage and transport / Ian Batey -- Biosecurity: Safe-guarding quality at all stages of the grain chain / David R. Eagling, Bill Magee, Pat J. Collins, Yong Lin Ren, Yang Cao, and Fujun Li -- Assessing and managing wheat-flour quality before, during, and after milling / Diane Miskelly and Dai Suter -- Industrial processing of grains into co-products of protein, starch, oils, and fibre / Ian Batey, Colin Wrigley, and Diane Miskelly -- Optimisation of end-product quality for the consumer / Diane Miskelly -- Grain quality: The future is with the consumer, the scientist, and the technologist / Colin Wrigley, Ian Batey, and Diane Miskelly -- Appendix 1: Composition of grains and grain products / Denise L. King, Bhaskarani Jasthi, and Janet Pettit -- Appendix 2: Equivalence between metric, U.S., and Chinese units for the grain industry / Colin Wrigley
Edition
  • Second edition. /
  • edited by Colin Wrigley, Ian Batey, Diane Miskelly.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780081007303
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Online access with subscription: Elsevier (Sciencedirect Freedom Collection)
Specific material designation
remote

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