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    Wageningen PhD theses

    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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Biological and chemical pretreatment of grasses to overcome lignin’s recalcitrance improving carbohydrate degradability [PhD thesis]
Mouthier, Thibaut M.B. \ 2018
chemistry - biobased economy - biobased chemistry - lignin - cellulose - biomass
Unicellular protein: isolation, techno-functionality and digestibility [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-05-18
Teuling, Emma \ 2018
Towards predicting enzymatic protein hydrolysis [PhD thesis]
Deng, Yuxi \ 2018
Sugar beet leaves: from biorefinery to techno-functionality [PhD thesis]
Kiskini, Alexandra \ 2017
sugarbeet - sugarbeet tops - biorefinery - bioprocess engineering - proteins - isolation techniques - physiological age
Lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases from Myceliophthora thermophila C1 [PhD thesis]
Frommhagen, Matthias \ 2017
Leaf phenolics and seaweed tannins : analysis, enzymatic oxidation and non-covalent protein binding [PhD thesis]
Vissers, Anne M. \ 2017
phenols - leaves - seaweeds - tannins - beta vulgaris - laminaria - proteins - catechol oxidase - nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy - in vitro - mass spectrometry - browning - fermentation - animal feeding
Antibacterial prenylated isoflavonoids and stilbenoids : quantitative structure-activity relationships and mode of action [PhD thesis]
Araya-Cloutier, Carla \ 2017
isoflavones - plant oestrogens - stilbenoids - regression analysis - computational chemistry - antibacterial agents
Of proteins and processing : mechanisms of protein damage upon rapeseed processing and their effects on nutritional value [PhD thesis]
Salazar Villanea, Sergio \ 2017
animal nutrition - rapeseed - rapeseed protein - feed processing - proteins - digestion - pigs
In vitro fermentation and immunomodulating characteristics of dietary fibres [PhD thesis]
Rösch, Christiane \ 2016
dietary fibres - degradation - enzymes - immunomodulatory properties - cytokines - glycosides - fermentation
Oligomerization and hydroxylation of green tea catechins by oxidative enzymes [PhD thesis]
Verloop, Annewieke J.W. \ 2016
green tea - oxidation - theaflavine - peroxidase - oxygenases - flavanols - phenolic compounds - catechol oxidase - mass spectrometry - maldi-tof - process control
Influence of pectin supplementation on feed fermentation characteristics in rats and pigs [PhD thesis]
Tian, Lingmin \ 2016
pigs - rats - pectins - feed supplements - dietary fibres - digestion - digestive tract - carbohydrates - microbial flora - nutrition physiology - animal nutrition - food chemistry
Alkaline pretreatments of lignin-rich by-products and their implications for enzymatic degradation [PhD thesis]
Murciano Martínez, Patricia \ 2016
degradation - enzymes - pretreatment - byproducts - lignin - food chemistry - delignification - sugarcane bagasse
Targeted and non-targeted effects in cell wall polysaccharides from transgenetically modified potato tubers [PhD thesis]
Huang, Jie-Hong \ 2016
potatoes - cell walls - polysaccharides - transgenic plants - pectins - tubers - xyloglucans - genetically engineered foods - galactans - characteristics - nontarget effects - effects
Structure and fermentation of natural and manufactured lactose-based oligosaccharides [PhD thesis]
Difilippo, Elisabetta \ 2016
milks - lactose - oligosaccharides - ingestion - bioactive compounds - isolation - characterization - fermentation - colostrum - food analysis
Foam properties of proteins, low molecular weight surfactants and their complexes [PhD thesis]
Lech, Frederik J. \ 2016
surfactants - proteins - bovine serum albumin - beta-lactoglobulin - lysozyme - foams - chemical properties - stability - mixtures - food chemistry
Estrogenicity and metabolism of prenylated flavonoids and isoflavonoids [PhD thesis]
Schans, M.G.M. van de \ 2015
flavonoids - isoflavonoids - glycine max - soyabeans - oestrogen receptors - liquorice - glycyrrhiza glabra - in vitro
Induction of prenylated isoflavonoids and stilbenoids in legumes [PhD thesis]
Aisyah, S. \ 2015
flavonoids - stilbenoids - isoflavonoids - legumes - glycine max - soyabeans - arachis hypogaea - phylogenetics - phaseolus - lupinus - rhizopus - aspergillus - quantitative analysis
Correlating composition and functionality of soy protein hydrolysates used in animal cell cultures [PhD thesis]
Gupta, A.J. \ 2015
soya protein - protein hydrolysates - functional properties - heat treatment - cell cultures - chemical composition - metabolomics
How mushrooms feed on compost: conversion of carbohydrates and linin in industrial wheat straw based compost enabling the growth of Agaricus bisporus [PhD thesis]
Jurak, E. \ 2015
mushrooms - mushroom compost - carbohydrates - degradation - substrates - composting - agaricus bisporus
Mesoscale structure and techno-functional properties of enzymatically cross-linked α-lactalbumin nanoparticles [PhD thesis]
Dhayal, S.K. \ 2015
enzymatic cross-linking - proteins - nanotechnology - particles - functional properties - polymerization - peroxidase
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