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Nanotechnology in the Agri-Food Sector : Implications for the Future.

Author: Lynn J Frewer; Willem Norde; Arnout Fischer; Frans Kampers
Publisher: Wiley-VCH [Imprint] Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated. April 2011
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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All Authors / Contributors: Lynn J Frewer; Willem Norde; Arnout Fischer; Frans Kampers
ISBN: 9783527330607 3527330607 1283140756 9781283140751
OCLC Number: 781264211
Target Audience: Trade
Description: 1 online resource (328 pages) : illustrations
Contents: List of Contributors. Introduction (Lynn Frewer, Arnout Fischer, Willem Norde, and Frans Kampers). Part 1 Fundamentals. 1 Intermolecular Interactions (Willem Norde). 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Water. 1.3 Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Interactions. 1.4 Dispersion Interaction. 1.5 Electrostatic Interactions. 1.6 Steric Interactions Involving Soluble Polymers. 1.7 Epilog. Further Reading. 2 Supramolecular Structures (Pieter Stroeve). 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Self-Assembly. 2.3 Plant Cells. 2.4 Organized Self-Assembled Structures. 2.5 Summary. References. Part 2 Basic Applications. 3 Nanotechnology in Food Production (Remko M. Boom). 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Food Production. 3.3 Nanotechnology and Food. 3.4 Applications of Nanotechnology in Foods. 3.5 Concerns about Using Nanotechnology in Food Production. References. 4 Packaging (Frans W.H. Kampers). 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Reasons to Package Food Products. 4.3 Physical Properties of Packaging Materials. 4.4 Antimicrobial Functionality. 4.5 Visual Indicators. 4.6 Information and Communication Technology. 4.7 Discussion. References. 5 Using Nanoparticles in Agricultural and Food Diagnostics (Geertruida A. Posthuma-Trumpie and Aart van Amerongen). 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Biosensors. 5.3 Transduction Principles. 5.4 Examples of Biosensors in Which Nanoparticles Are Being Used. 5.5 Future Prospects. References. Part 3 Food Applications. 6 Nano-Functionalized Techniques in Crop and Livestock Production: Improving Food Productivity, Traceability, and Safety (Niall O'Brien and Enda Cummins). 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Sensors. 6.3 Enzyme Biosensors and Diagnostics. 6.4 DNA-Based Biosensors and Diagnostics. 6.5 Radiofrequency Identifi cation (RFID). 6.6 Integrated Nanosensor Networks: Detection and Response. 6.7 Conclusions. References. 7 Nanotechnologies for Improving Food Quality, Safety, and Security (Douglas K.R. Robinson and Mark Morrison). 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Improving Quality, Safety, and Security of Agricultural Production. 7.3 Improving Quality, Safety, and Security in Food Processing. 7.4 Improving Quality, Safety, and Security in Packaging and Distribution. 7.5 Wrapping Up. References. 8 Food Functionality and the Physics of Bionanotechnology: Some Examples and Challenges (Erik van der Linden). 8.1 Introduction: How Are Foods and Bionanotechnology Related? 8.2 Physics and Structures in Food Bionanotechnology. 8.3 Fibrillar Structures. 8.4 Plate-Like Structures. 8.5 Spherically Symmetric Structures. 8.6 Bicontinuous Structures in Protein Polysaccharide Systems. 8.7 Gastronomy and the Nanodomain: Molecular Gastronomy. 8.8 Conclusions. References. 9 Products and Their Commercialization (Betty Bugusu, Ursula Vanesa Lay Ma, and John D. Floros). 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Investment in Nanotechnology Research. 9.3 Innovations in Food and Agriculture Nanotechnology. 9.4 Nanotechnology Commercialization. 9.5 Current and Emerging Markets. 9.6 Conclusions. References. Part 4 Nanotechnology and Society. 10 Toxicology of Nanomaterials in Food (Bernadene A. Magnuson and Hans Bouwmeester). 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 What Makes Nanomaterials Special? 10.3 Characterization of Engineered Nanomaterials. 10.4 Safety Assessment of Oral-Exposure Engineered Nanomaterials for Food Application. 10.5 Conclusions. References. 11 Nanomaterials in Food and Food Contact Materials Potential Implications for Consumer Safety and Regulatory Controls (Qasim Chaudhry, Laurence Castle, and Richard Watkins). 11.1 Background. 11.2 Nanomaterials Likely to be Used in Food and Related Applications. 11.3 Potential Consumer Safety Implications. 11.4 Current and Projected Applications for Food. 11.5 Implications for Regulatory Frameworks. 11.6 Conclusions. References. 12 Environmental Considerations of and Societal Reactions to Nanotechnology in the Food Sector (Michael Siegrist, Bernd Nowack, and Hans Kastenholz). 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 Life Cycle of Nanotechnology Food Products. 12.3 Occurrence of Engineered Nanoparticles in the Environment. 12.4 How Should Society Deal with Uncertainty? 12.5 Conclusions. References. 13 Nanotechnology and Food Allergy (E.N. Clare Mills, Yuri Aleexev, and Alan R. Mackie). 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Molecules in Foods Involved in Triggering Allergies. 13.3 Food Structure, Processing, and Food Allergy. 13.4 Impact of Nanoscale Structures on Allergenic Potential of Foods. 13.5 Conclusions. Acknowledgments. References. 14 Communication of Risks and Benefi ts of Nanotechnology: the Issue of Societal Acceptance of Emerging Technologies (Lynn J. Frewer, Arnout R.H. Fischer, and J.(Hans)C.M. van Trijp). 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 Science and Society: Lessons for Nanotechnology Applied to Food Production. 14.3 A Short Introduction to the Psychology of Risk Benefit Perception. 14.4 How do People Form Perceptions of New Technologies. 14.5 Nanotechnology Communication in the Business Context. 14.6 Conclusion. References. 15 Public Engagement with Emerging Issues in Agri-Food Nanotechnology (Lynn J. Frewer, Arnout R.H. Fischer, and Gene Rowe). 15.1 Introduction. 15.2 What Is "Public Engagement"? 15.3 Evaluating the Effectiveness of Public and Stakeholder Engagement. 15.4 Public Engagement Examples. 15.5 Recommendations for Conducting Public Engagement and Public Consultation Exercises. Appendix. Glossary. References. 16 Nano-Ethics (Roger Strand). 16.1 Introduction: Historical Background. 16.2 Identifying and Avoiding Unethical Nanotechnological Products. 16.3 Ensuring Ethical Nanotechnological Research, Innovation, and Production. 16.4 Nano-Ethics as the Question of the Good Nanotechnology Society. 16.5 Conclusion: The Ethical Challenge Ahead for the Nano-Agri-Food Sector. Acknowledgments. References. 17 Evolving Best Practice in Governance Policy Developing Consumer Confidence in Risk Analysis Applied to Emerging Technologies (Hans J.P. Marvin, Hans Bouwmeester, Gijs A. Kleter, Lynn J. Frewer, and Meike T.A. Wentholt). 17.1 Introduction. 17.2 Introduction to Food Safety Governance. 17.3 Potential Innovations to the Risk Analysis Framework as Proposed by SAFE FOODS. 17.4 Risk Analysis and Nanotechnology. 17.5 Recommendations. Acknowledgments. References. Index.

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Providing an overview of nanotechnology in the context of agriculture and food science, this monograph reviews the basics, before taking an in-depth look at nano-applications in the agri-food sector,  Read more...

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It is a well-designed text that is worth reading by researchers, students, professionals in the agri-food area, and general science readers. (Science Progress, 1 March 2014)

 
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