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Plantaardige biefstuk
Goot, A.J. van der - \ 2015
WageningenWorld (2015)4. - ISSN 2210-7908 - p. 4 - 4.
voedseltechniek - voedseltechnologie - vleesvervangers - peulvruchten - plantaardige producten - productontwikkeling - food engineering - food technology - meat alternates - grain legumes - plant products - product development
Onderzoekers van Wageningen
University ontwikkelden op basis van
peulvruchten een vleesvervanger met
de bite van een echt stuk vlees.
Serieuze vergroening blijft niet lang meer uit : kenniscentrum Plantenstoffen stimuleert gebruik inhoudsstoffen
Noort, F.R. van - \ 2015
Buitenstebinnen : halfjaarlijkse uitgave van Naktuinbouw (2015)5. - p. 6 - 9.
tuinbouw - natuurlijke producten - glastuinbouw - materialen uit biologische grondstoffen - plantaardige producten - dioscorea - vanilla planifolia - dioscorea opposita - indigofera tinctoria - polygonum tinctorium - horticulture - natural products - greenhouse horticulture - biobased materials - plant products
Gaan we weer natuurlijke indigo gebruiken als kleurstof van spijkerbroeken? Zal de grootste fabrikant van cola straks weer échte vanille gebruiken in plaats van synthetische smaakmakers? Veel consumenten kiezen bewust voor producten op natuurlijke basis. De glastuinbouw kan goed op deze trend inspelen door zich te specialiseren in de teelt van deze bijzondere grondstoffen. We staan aan de vooravond van een innovatieve transitie. Onderzoeker Filip van Noort van Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw doet onderzoek naar de mogelijkheden
Development of probabilistic models for quantitative pathway analysis of plant pests introduction for the EU territory
Douma, J.C. ; Robinet, C. ; Hemerik, L. ; Mourits, M.C.M. ; Roques, A. ; Werf, W. van der - \ 2015
European Food Safety Authority - 435
gewasbescherming - landen van de europese unie - plantgezondheid - siergewassen - stochastische modellen - bouwhout - vermeerderingsmateriaal - invasieve exoten - plantaardige producten - waarschijnlijkheid - risicoschatting - risicovermindering - plantenplagen - plant protection - european union countries - plant health - ornamental crops - stochastic models - building timbers - propagation materials - invasive alien species - plant products - probability - risk assessment - risk reduction - plant pests
The aim of this report is to provide EFSA with probabilistic models for quantitative pathway analysis of plant pest introduction for the EU territory through non-edible plant products or plants. We first provide a conceptualization of two types of pathway models. The individual based PM simulates an individual consignment (or a population of such consignment) by describing the stochastic change in the state of the individual consignment over time and space. The flow-based PM, simulates the flow of infested product over time and space, without distinguishing individual consignments. We show how these two conceptualisations are mathematically related, and present, as a show case, both models for cut flowers. Second, we developed PMs for five product groups: round wood, sawn wood, cut flowers, plants for planting and seeds. For each product group we have developed a case-study (combination of product, origin and pest) to illustrate the use of the pathway models: (1) oak wood from the USA and Ceratocystis fagacearum, (2) Coniferous sawn wood from China and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, (3) Cut orchids from Thailand and Thrips palmi, (4) Pot orchids from Thailand and Thrips palmi, and (5) Tomato seeds and Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis from outside the European Union. An uncertainty analysis on the models shows that the pest species-specific parameters appear to be sensitive and uncertain. Third, a practical guidance is provided on i) how to develop a PM, ii) the application of PMs in @Risk (a plugin for MS Excel), and iii) application in R. Finally, future research topics are defined. Further work is needed on interpretation of results, linking quantitative outcomes of pathway modelling to pest risk scoring guidance, and evaluation of management options using pathway models.
New concepts for risk and safety assessment of botanicals and botanical preparations including plant food supplements (PFS)
Berg, S.J.P.L. van den - \ 2014
Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Ivonne Rietjens, co-promotor(en): Ans Punt. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789461739377 - 253
voedselsupplementen - plantaardige producten - plantextracten - risicoschatting - genotoxiciteit - carcinogenese - ocimum basilicum - venkel - food supplements - plant products - plant extracts - risk assessment - genotoxicity - carcinogenesis - fennel
NovelQ: Novel processing methods for the production and distribution of high-quality and safe foods
Vries, H.S.M. de; Matser, A.M. - \ 2011
Wageningen : Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research
voedselverwerking - voedselverpakking - innovaties - plantaardige producten - food processing - food packaging - innovations - plant products
The EU-funded Integrated Project “NovelQ” was designed to stimulate innovations in novel food processing and packaging. In this project, integrated strategic solutions for technical and basic research hurdles have been formulated for complex, real food products rather than food constituents. Enhancements to the state-of-the-art in novel processes focused on high pressure processing (HPP) for preservation of food, quantitative studies on the effect of pulsed electrical fields (PEF) on food pathogens and cold plasma as a surface disinfecting method. Other innovative topics included coupling of new packaging concepts to novel processing and solving R&D hurdles in implementation of advanced heating technologies. Key scientific emphasis has been placed on plant-based products, both solid and liquids, including carrot, tomato, strawberry, apple and broccoli. These commodities were selected because they integrate (i) food structure issues, (ii) colour and flavour-related aspects, (iii) health-related components, including allergens, and (iv) food safety issues. However, the results have broad applicability to other type of products, to the level of whole meals – including regional recipes that are typical of the rich and diverse European cuisine. To most effectively address these opportunities, further knowledge on consumer perception is crucial and therefore studied in NovelQ.
Koepelprogramma verduurzaming plantaardige producten
Boonekamp, P.M. ; Vogelezang, J.V.M. - \ 2011
duurzaamheid (sustainability) - plantaardige producten - productieprocessen - milieubeheer - reductie - agro-industriële ketens - sustainability - plant products - production processes - environmental management - reduction - agro-industrial chains
Informatieposter getiteld "Koepelprogramma Verduurzaming Productieketen". Van allemaal losse programma’s binnen het Beleidsondersteunende Onderzoek Verduurzaming Plantaardige Productie (VPP) één geheel maken. Dat is de taak die José Vogelezang en Piet Boonekamp, themaleiding van VPP, zichzelf hebben gesteld. Pas dan kan het onderzoek grote stappen zetten om de plantaardige productie te verhogen en de milieubelasting naar nul te brengen
Reduced VAT rates for flowers and plants : situation 2010
Bunte, F.H.J. ; Poel, N. van der - \ 2010
The Hague : LEI (LEI report : Research area Markets & chains ) - 20
bloemen - plantaardige producten - marketing - tarieven - belastingen - handel - nederland - flowers - plant products - tariffs - taxes - trade - netherlands
This paper evaluates the impact of a possible rise of the VAT rate applied to ornamentals on turnover and employment in the ornamental supply chain. The lower VAT rate is currently applied to flowers and plants in 13 EU member states. The current study considers two scenarios: 1. application of the general (high) tariff to ornamentals in the Netherlands; 2. application of the general tariff in all 13 members where the general tariff is not applied to at this momnet.
Pectins and pectinases
Schols, H.A. ; Visser, R.G.F. ; Voragen, A.G.J. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers - ISBN 9789086861088 - 331
pectinen - biochemie - plantaardige producten - voedselsamenstelling - pectins - biochemistry - plant products - food composition
Stand van zaken afbreekbare materialen
Baltissen, A.H.M.C. ; Reuler, H. van; Sluis, B.J. van der - \ 2008
Lisse : PPO Bloembollen en Bomen - 46
materialen uit biologische grondstoffen - plantaardige producten - vervangbare hulpbronnen - boomkwekerijen - bioplastics - biologische landbouw - biodegradatie - biobased materials - plant products - renewable resources - forest nurseries - organic farming - biodegradation
PT 12453. PPO –projectnummer 32 312000 00
Plantaardige Voeding en Cardiovasculaire Gezondheid
Geleijnse, J.M. - \ 2008
Alpro Foundation: Health and Nutrition Newsletter 2008 (2008)nov.. - 4
plantaardige producten - voedselconsumptie - hart- en vaatziekten - ziektepreventie - voedingsstoffen - voeding en gezondheid - plant products - food consumption - cardiovascular diseases - disease prevention - nutrients - nutrition and health
Voor de preventie van hart- en vaatziekten dient een belangrijke plaats ingeruimd te worden voor plantaardige voedingsmiddelen. In dit artikel staan hiervoor de argumenten
Antioxidants, oxidative stress, and cardiovascular diseases : cross-cultural comparisons and prospective cohort studies
Buijsse, B. - \ 2008
Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Daan Kromhout; Frans Kok, co-promotor(en): Edith Feskens. - [S.l. : S.n. - ISBN 9789085049609 - 135
antioxidanten - plantaardige producten - groenten - vruchten - hart- en vaatziekten - intercultureel onderzoek - internationale vergelijkingen - epidemiologische onderzoeken - nederland - cacao - oxidatieve stress - kreta - antioxidants - plant products - vegetables - fruits - cardiovascular diseases - cross cultural studies - international comparisons - epidemiological surveys - netherlands - cocoa - oxidative stress - crete
Background: Antioxidants in plant foods have been proposed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) by reducing oxidative stress. The objective was to confirm prospective studies on CVD and traditional antioxidants (beta-carotene, alpha-tocopherol), and to investigate emerging antioxidants (alpha-carotene, gamma-tocopherol, cocoa flavanols), and oxidative stress (enzyme activity of glutathione peroxidase-3) with CVD risk.
Methods: In cross-cultural studies, the Cretan (Greece) and Zutphen (The Netherlands) cohorts of Seven Countries Study were compared with respect to long-term mortality of coronary heart disease (CHD), diet, and indicators of oxidative stress. In prospective cohort studies, data were used from the Zutphen Elderly Study (~500 men aged 65-84 y), the ‘Survey in Europe on Nutrition and the Elderly: a Concerted Action’ (SENECA, 1168 men and women aged 70-75 y), and the Minnesota Heart Survey (270 men and women aged 26-85 y).
Results: The comparison between the Cretan and Zutphen cohorts revealed a 3-fold lower 40-year CHD mortality rate in Crete. This lower mortality in Crete was paralleled by a higher consumption of fruit, tomatoes, and olive oil, amongst others, and by a lower consumption of meat, poultry, and dairy. Consequently, the Cretan men had higher intakes of carotenoids, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin C, and dietary fiber, and lower intakes of trans and saturated fatty acids. This was confirmed at the age of ≥80 years, when the Cretan men had higher plasma concentrations of major dietary antioxidants (major carotenoids and alpha-tocopherol), a lower iron status, and a lower level of oxidative stress. In the Zutphen Elderly Study, the relative risk (RR) of 15-y CVD mortality for 1 standard deviation (SD) increase in dietary intake was 0.81 [95% confidence interval (CI): 0.66-0.99] for alpha-carotene and 0.80 (95% CI: 0.66-0.97) for beta-carotene. The intake of tocopherols was not related to CVD death. In SENECA, plasma concentrations of carotene (sum of alpha- and beta-carotene) were inversely related to CVD mortality (RR for 1 SD increase: 0.83; 95% CI: 0.70-1.00), but plasma concentrations of alpha-tocopherol were not. The daily use of 4 grams of cocoa, a rich source of flavanols, was related to a 3.7 mm Hg lower systolic (95% CI: –7.1 to –0.3) and a 2.1 mm Hg lower (95% CI: –4.0 to –0.2) diastolic blood pressure. The same amount of cocoa was also related to a 50% lower risk of 15-year CVD mortality (RR: 0.50; 95% CI: 0.32-0.78). Finally, in the Minnesota Heart Survey, the odds ratio of CVD mortality for the highest vs. the lowest quartile of glutathione peroxidase-3 activity was 0.42 (95% CI: 0.21-0.86). This inverse relation was confined to those with low concentrations of HDL cholesterol (odds ratio highest vs. lowest quartile: 0.17; 95% CI: 0.06-0.47).
Conclusion: The Cretan Mediterranean diet is rich in antioxidants, which may partly contribute to the low observed CHD mortality. The findings on beta-carotene support previous observational studies suggesting that this carotenoid relates to a lower CVD risk. We showed that alpha-carotene is correlated with beta-carotene in the diet, and alpha-carotene was also related to a lower CVD mortality. The results on alpha-tocopherol are in line with the outcomes of clinical trials and do not indicate a role for this vitamin in lowering CVD mortality in elderly populations.
Effect of several plant products on prevention of E. coli adhesion in the gastrointestinal tract of weaned pigs
Jongbloed, A.W. ; Maiorano, R. ; Wagenaars, C. - \ 2007
Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (Rapport / Animal Sciences Group 62) - 29
biggen - escherichia coli - maagdarmziekten - varkenshouderij - voedergewassen - voedertoevoegingen - plantaardige producten - dierziektepreventie - piglets - gastrointestinal diseases - pig farming - fodder crops - feed additives - plant products - animal disease prevention
A challenge experiment was carried out which comprised six treatment groups each consisting of 12 individually housed piglets. Each group received one of the following pelleted diets: 1) Basal Diet (BD; Negative control); 2) BD + Yeast product (Positive control, 2.5 g/kg diet); 3) BD + Product SW 7 (25 g/kg diet); 4) BD + Product SW11 (25 g/kg diet) 5) BD + Sesame seed expeller (25 g/kg diet); 6) BD + Thyme/Carvacrol (Origanum spp.; 1.0 g/kg diet). The choice of the products used in the first five treatment groups was based on the results of an in vitro study by Becker et al. (2006), and comprised a range of the in vitro adhesion capacity to E. coli K88+ from high to low. The Thyme/Carvacrol treatment was carried out on request of the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality. This challenge experiment showed that there was a substantial difference in effect of several plant products in the diet on response of E. coli infected pigs
OKEE Optimalisatie van Keten Efficiëntie via Expressieprofilering : eindrapportage januari 2003 - januari 2006
Mes, J.J. - \ 2006
Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Innovations (Report / Agrotechnology & Food Innovations 679) - 35
genexpressie - houdbaarheid (kwaliteit) - plantaardige producten - tomaten - rozen - plantenvirussen - snijbloemen - botrytis - rottingsschimmels - plantenziekteverwekkende schimmels - indicatoren - agro-industriële ketens - kwaliteitszorg - gene expression - keeping quality - plant products - tomatoes - roses - plant viruses - cut flowers - decay fungi - plant pathogenic fungi - indicators - agro-industrial chains - quality management
Tijdens het onderzoek is veel ervaring opgedaan met en zijn veel (software) applicaties ontwikkeld die dit type onderzoek in de toekomst zullen versnellen. Met de ontwikkelde multiplex methode is het gat tussen microarray analysis en enkele genen detectie met Real Time PCR aangevuld met een relatief goedkope methode die een middelgrote set aan indicator genen kan kwantificeren. De huidige resultaten lijken de correlatie tussen gen expressie en onderzochte kwaliteitkenmerken te bevestigen. Bij roos zijn 2 genen als zeer belangrijke indicatoren geïdentificeerd en bij tomaat is op basis van microarray analysis een correlatie aangetoond tussen genexpressie en stevigheid.
The role of plant food sources in controlling vitamin A deficiency in Vietnam
Khan, N.C. - \ 2006
Wageningen University. Promotor(en): J.G.A.J. Hautvast; Frans Kok, co-promotor(en): P.R.M. Deurenberg; H.H. Khoi. - [S.l.] : S.n. - ISBN 9085044928 - 115
vitamine a tekort - retinol - plantaardige producten - groenten - fruit - biologische beschikbaarheid - vietnam - vitamin a deficiency - plant products - vegetables - bioavailability
Zicht op de plantaardige biologische keten
Wijnands, J.H.M. ; Meeusen-van Onna, M.J.G. ; Hoorweg, M.J. ; Kik, C. ; Rossing, W.A.H. ; Scholten, O.M. - \ 2005
Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 2, Bedrijfsontwikkeling en concurrentiepositie ) - ISBN 9086150209 - 142
agrarische economie - biologische landbouw - consumptie - plantaardige producten - productie - europese unie - nederland - consumenten - ketenmanagement - agricultural economics - organic farming - consumption - plant products - production - european union - netherlands - consumers - supply chain management
De studie vormt een onderdeel van het project 'Visies op biologische landbouw: een systeem analyse'. Dit project is gefinancierd door Wageningen Universiteit en Researchcentrum uit middelen voor Strategische Expertise Ontwikkeling. In dit project worden mensbeelden onderscheiden om de visies te concretiseren. Dit rapport bevat een beschrijving van de plantaardige biologische keten. Deze keten wordt vanaf de consument tot de toeleverende bedrijven beschreven. De beschrijving eindigt met een SWOT-analyse voor de vier mensbeelden en kwantificering van de technische parameters voor die mensbeelden. This study forms part of the project entitled 'Visions of organic farming: a system analysis'. This project is being financed by Wageningen University and Research Centre, from Strategic Expertise Development funds. This project distinguishes categories of people in order to crystallise the visions. This report comprises a description of the vegetable-based organic chain. This chain is described from the consumer stage right through to the suppliers. The description concludes with a SWOT analysis for the four categories of people and a quantification of the technical parameters for those categories.
Op zoek naar de ideale vervanging voor vlees
Boekel, M.A.J.S. van - \ 2004
Voeding Nu 6 (2004)12. - ISSN 1389-7608 - p. 23 - 25.
nieuwe voedingsmiddelen - vleesvervangers - eiwitrijke voedingsmiddelen - plantaardig eiwit - plantaardige producten - milieubeheersing - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - alternatieve landbouw - voedselwetenschappen - novel foods - meat alternates - protein foods - plant protein - plant products - environmental control - sustainability - alternative farming - food sciences
Voor de productie van een kilogram vlees is gemiddeld zes kilogram plantaardig eiwit nodig. Een nogal inefficiënte verhouding, in de wetenschap dat de wereldbevolking groeit en daarmee de vraag naar voedsel stijgt. Daarbij wordt het milieu door de productie van vlees extra belast. Reden voor wetenschappers om samen met het bedrijfsleven te zoeken naar de ideale vleesvervanger. Tiny van Boekel, hoogleraar productontwerpen en kwaliteitskunde, werkt er vanuit Wageningen Universiteit aan mee
Role of phytochemicals in colon cancer prevention. A nutrigenomics approach
Erk, M.J. van - \ 2004
Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Peter van Bladeren, co-promotor(en): Jac Aarts; B. van Ommen. - Wageningen : Ponsen & Looijen - ISBN 908504085X - 208
plantaardige producten - plantensamenstelling - medicinale planten - specerijen - neoplasma's - ziektepreventie - medicinale eigenschappen - gewasanalyse - plant products - plant composition - plant analysis - medicinal plants - spices - neoplasms - disease prevention - medicinal properties
Toekomst van telen : verslag van de workshop "Toekomstverkenning plantaardige teelten in Nederland" 19 juni 2002, Bonr-Zuid Wageningen
Anonymous, - \ 2002
Naaldwijk : Praktijkonderzoek Plant & Omgeving B.V. - 21 p.
plantaardige producten - nederland - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - agrarische productiesystemen - toekomst - plant products - netherlands - sustainability - agricultural production systems - future
Verslag workshop "Kwaliteit en veiligheid van biologisch voedsel" gehouden op 11 april 2001 op het RIKILT, Wageningen
Kleter, G. - \ 2001
Wageningen [etc.] : RIKILT [etc.] (Rapport / RIKILT 2001.015) - 22
biologische productie - voedselkwaliteit - voedselveiligheid - voedingswaarde - biologische landbouw - biologische voedingsmiddelen - dierlijke producten - plantaardige producten - biological production - food quality - food safety - nutritive value - organic farming - organic foods - animal products - plant products
New developments in crop plant biotechnology and their possible implications for food product safety : literature study under commission of the foundation 'Consument and biotechnologie'
Kleter, G.A. - \ 2000
Wageningen : RIKILT (Report / RIKILT 2000.004) - 66
biotechnologie - genetische modificatie - recombinant dna - voedselveiligheid - voedsel - plantaardige producten - literatuuroverzichten - biotechnology - genetic engineering - food safety - food - plant products - literature reviews
This study reports recent developments in the application of biotechnology in agriculture in order to assess whether current food safety evaluations strategies are adequate in view of these new and presumably more far reaching developments. Trends are observed that may require additional regulatory measures by the government. Finally, specific new developments in gene technology may be the subject of a public debate in order to decide whether these developments are socially acceptable or not.
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