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International Workshop on Antinutritional Factors in Legume Seeds and Oilseeds (4th : 2004 : Toledo, Spain).
Recent advances of research in antinutritional factors in legume seeds and oilseeds.
Wageningen, Netherlands : Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2004
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011. MiAaHDL|
|Description:||1 online resource (370 pages) : illustrations.|
|Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Contents:||Preface 1; Opening session; Opening address; A. Cazorla 5; Words of welcome; M. Muzquiz 7; Session I. Analysis of antinutritional factors in legume seeds and oilseeds; Recent advances in analytical methods for identification and quantification of phenolic compounds.; M. Stobiecki and H.P.S. Makkar 11; Phenolic compounds and pyrimidine glycoside determination in Vicia narbonensis seed.; M. Arias, L.T. Ortiz and M. de los Mozos 29; Evaluation of antinutritional factors and nitrogen compounds of selected pea cultivars (Pisum sativum L.).; N. Ariza, M.A. Martin-Cabrejas, R.M. Esteban, E. Molla and F.J. Lopez-Andreu 35; The effect of cyanogenic glucosides of seed of Stizolobium deeringianum from Tabasco, Mexico.; L. Barrientos, J. Vargas, F. Navarro, M. Ruiz, F. Lopez-Dellamary, A. Rodriguez and J. Pineda 39; Determination of the antinutritional factors in the seed of tropical grain legumes with potential for human and animal feeding.; M.F. Diaz, M.A. Martin - Cabrejas, N. Ariza, F.J. Lopez - Andreu, L. Jaime and C. Vidal - Valverde 43; Using near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) for ANFs analysis in oilseed Brassicas.; R. Font, M. del Rio and A. de Haro-Bailon 49; Phytate and [alpha]-galactoside content of wild lupins from Jalisco, Mexico.; P.M. Garcia-Lopez, C.M. Gurrola Diaz, P. Garzon de la Mora, M.L. Isaac Virgen, M.A. Ruiz Lopez, C. Cuadrado, C. Burbano, M.M. Pedrosa and M. Muzquiz 53; Variation in alkaloid type and content during Erythrina americana seed development.; R. Garcia-Mateos, M. Soto-Hernandez, M. Martinez 57; Antinutritional factors in different oilseeds usable as renewable resources compared with rapeseed.; B. Matthaus 63. Flatulence-producing galactosyl cyclitols D-chiro-inositol fraction in maturing yellow lupin seed.; A.I. Piotrowicz-Cieslak 69; Flatulence-producing oligosaccharides and galactosyl cyclitols in maturing Andean lupin (Lupinus mutabilis) seed.; A.I. Piotrowicz-Cieslak, D.J. Michalczyk and R.J. Gorecki 73; A modified trypsin inhibitor affinity chromatography assay for industrial application.; I. Wolters, J. de Groot, H. Boer and A.F.B. van der Poel 77; The correlation between taste and structure of lupin alkaloids.; W. Wysocka and J. Jasiczak 81; Session II. Mechanism of action of antinutritional factors in legume seeds and oilseeds; The mode of action of ANFs on the gastrointestinal tract and its microflora.; A. Pusztai, S. Bardocz and M.A. Martin-Cabre 87; Lupinus campestris seed as a source of compounds with antimutagenic activity.; C. Jimenez, G. Loarca-Pina and G. Davila 101; Decreased levels of heat shock protein 70 and 90 in gut epithelial cells after exposure to plant lectins.; J. Koninkx, H. Ovelgonne, A. Pusztai, S. Bardocz, S. Ewen, H. Hendriks and J. van Dijk 107; Physiological mechanisms in the impairment of nutrient digestion and transport capacity in the salmon intestine by soybean antinutrients.; A. Krogdahl and A.M. Bakke-McKellep 111; Influence of lectins isolated from soybean seed and evening primrose seed and cake on rat metabolism.; H. Leontowicz, M. Leontowicz, J.J. Czerwinski, H. Kostyra and R. Krzeminski 115; Session III A. Beneficial effects of antinutritional factors in human nutrition; Beneficial (antiproliferative) effects of different substances.; F.M. Lajolo, M.I. Genovese, I.F. Pryme and T.M. Dale 123; Investigation of legume seed protease inhibitors as potential anti-carcinogenic proteins.; A. Clemente, D.A. MacKenzie, I.T. Johnson and C. Domoney 137; Assessment of the potential of legume lectins to act as a mucosal adjuvant.; E. Gelencser, G. Grant and D. Kelly 143; A modelling approach to develop an antinutrients food databank with human nutrition implications.; Ma Joyanes 149; Beneficial outcome in hypercholesterolemia after intake of heat treated chickpea in rats.; M.A. Zulet, M.T. Macarulla, M.P. Portillo and J.A. Martinez 153. Session III B. Negative effects of antinutritional factors in human nutrition; Storage proteins: physiological and antigenic effects.; L.A. Rubio, J. Rodriguez, C. Fernandez and J.F. Crespo 159; Morphological changes of rat brain neurons after intracranial administration of the alkaloid gramine.; A. Hernandez-Torres, J. Banuelos-Pineda P.M. Garcia-Lopez, M.A. Ruiz-Lopez and P. Garzon de la Mora 177; Plasma antibody responses to grain legume proteins in weaned piglets.; J.P. Lalles, P. Salgado and J.P.B. Freire 181; The nutritional potential of Mexican pinon (Jatropha curcas). Toxic and antinutritional factors.; J. Martinez-Herrera, L. Chel-Guerrero and A.L. Martinez-Ayala 185; Immunodetection of legume proteins resistant to digestion in weaned piglets.; P. Salgado, J.P.B. Freire and J.P. Lalles 189; Session IV. Effects of antinutritional factors on monogastric animals; Recent progress on research on the effects of antinutritional factors in legume and oil seeds in monogastric animals.; A. Brenes, A.J.M. Jansman and R.R. Marquardt 195; The cholesterol lowering effect of lupin meal in chicken diets.; A. Brenes, I. Arija, C. Centeno and A. Viveros 219; Thermal processing of rapeseed meal: nutritional evaluation in digestibility experiments with pigs.; R. de Schrijver, S. de Vos and J. Vande Ginste 225; Microbial protease addition to a soybean meal diet for weaned piglets: effects on performance, digestion, gut flora and gut function.; N. Dierick, J. Decuypere, K. Molly and E. Vanderbeke 229; Rate of muscle protein synthesis in rats fed raw and extruded faba bean diets.; F. Marzo, E. Urdaneta, J. Barrenetxe, F. Ibanez and S. Santidrian 235; Effect of carob (Ceratonia siliqua L.) seed in broiler chick diets on nutrient digestibility and intestinal viscosity.; L.T. Ortiz, M.L. Rodriguez, C. Alzueta, A. Rebole, C. Centeno and J. Trevino 239; In vivo and in vitro ileal digestibility of protein and amino acids of peas containing different tannin levels.; E. Swiech, L. Buraczewska and M. Taciak 243; The effect of trypsin inhibitor level in soy products on in vitro and in vivo (pigs and rats) protein and amino acid digestibility.; E. Swiech, L. Buraczewska and M. Taciak 247; Nutritional value and physiological effects of industrial soybean products differing in protein solubility and trypsin inhibitor content.; M. Taciak, E. Swiech and B. Pastuszewska 251. Intestinal enzymatic activity and amino acid uptake in brush border membrane vesicles of rats fed extruded kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris).; E. Urdaneta, J. Barrenetxe, P. Aranguren, S. Santidrian and F. Marzo 255; Session V. Application of biotechnology and processing to reduce ANFs and to increase nutritional quality. Potential use of GMOs; A.; The potential of genetically modified legume and oilseed crops for food and non-food use.; R. Greiner and C. Domoney 261; [alpha]-Galactosides in Catalan landraces of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and location, candidates for protected designation of origin.; L. Bosch, F. Casanas, M. Pujola, E. Centelles, P. Beltran, A. Florez and F. Nuez 277; Facile breeding markers to lower contents of vicine and convicine in faba bean seeds and trypsin inhibitors in pea seeds.; G. Duc, P. Marget, D. Page and C. Domoney 281; Identification of molecular markers tightly linked to low tannin and vicineconvicine content in faba beans.; N. Gutierrez, G. Duc, P. Marget, C.M. Avila, M.J. Suso, J.I. Cubero, M.T. Moreno and A.M. Torres 287; B.; Technical and biotechnological modifications of antinutritional factors in legume and oilseeds.; Gy. Hajos and A. U. Osagie 293; Modifications of seed storage proteins during germination and seedling growth of faba bean cotyledons.; C. Cuadrado, E. Guillamon, C. Goyoaga, M.M. Pedrosa, P. Altares, C. Burbano, M. Muzquiz and C. Romero 307; Effects of exogenous enzymes on the content of bioactive compounds in lentils and peas.; M. Duenas, T. Hernandez & 1. Estrella 311; Content and distribution of vicine, convicine and L-DOPA throughout the germination and seedling growth of Vicia faba L. seed.; C. Goyoaga, C. Cuadrado, M.M. Pedrosa, E. Guillamon, P. Altares, M. Muzquiz and C. Burbano. 317; Detoxification of rapeseed meal by controlled instantaneous pressure drop.; J. Haddad and K. Allaf 323; The inactivation of soybean trypsin inhibitors by hydro-thermo-mechanical treatment.; J. Haddad and K. Allaf 329; Changes of phytate content of Lupinus albus and L. mutabilis seed during controlled instantaneous pressure drop treatment.; J. Haddad, R. Greiner and K. Allaf 333. Effect of aqueous, acid and alkaline thermal treatments on protein quality of Lupinus campestris seed.; C. Jimenez-Martinez, R. Mora-Escobedo and G. Davila-Ortiz 337; Elimination of quinolizidine alkaloids, [alpha]-galactosides and phenolic compounds from Lupinus campestris seed via aqueous, acid and alkaline thermal treatment.; C. Jimenez-Martinez, M. Martin, M. Muzquiz and G. Davila-Ortiz 343; Limited phytate hydrolysis by endogenous phytase of sesame seeds during germination.; K. Zyla, T. Fortuna, M. Mika and M. Czubak 347; Closing session; Grain legumes and oilseeds - the way ahead.; G.D. Hill 353; Closing comments; A. Brenes 365; Author index 367; Keyword index 369.|
|Series Title:||EAAP publication, no. 110.|
|Responsibility:||editors, M. Muzquiz [and others].|
- Legumes -- Nutritional aspects -- Congresses.
- Legumes as feed -- Nutritional aspects -- Congresses.
- Legumes as food -- Nutritional aspects -- Congresses.
- Oilseeds -- Nutritional aspects -- Congresses.
- Food Analysis.
- Food Technology.
- Nutritive Value.
- Seeds -- chemistry.
- Légumineuses -- Aspect nutritionnel -- Congrès.
- Légumineuses fourragères -- Aspect nutritionnel -- Congrès.
- Légumes secs -- Aspect nutritionnel -- Congrès.
- Graines oléagineuses -- Aspect nutritionnel -- Congrès.