Cereal Chemistry September-October 1964, Volume 41, Number 5

Corn Dry-Milling: A Comparative Evaluation of Commercial Degerminator Samples.
O. L. Brekke and L. A. Weinecke.
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Denaturation of Soybean Globulins by Aqueous Isopropanol.
W. J. Wolf, Dayle Ann Sly, and G. E. Babcock.
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Hysteresis Effects in Mixtures of Wheats Taken from the Same Sample but Having Different Moisture Contents.
J. R. Hart.
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Chemical Investigation of Wheat. IV. Dynamics of Various Forms of Phosphorus in Wheat during Its Ontogenesis.
M. Lj. Mihailovic, M. Antic, and D. Hadzijev.
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Investigations on Synthetic Cereal Species. Milling, Baking, and Some Compositional Characteristics of Some "Triticale" and Parental Species.
A. M. Unrau and B. C. Jenkins.
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Physicochemical Studies of the Acid Hydrolysis of Corn Starch.
W. G. Hunt, F. T. Henzler, and E. A. Sowell.
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Preparation and Properties of Acid-Modified Cereal Flours.
J. C. Rankin, J.H. Samalik, Margare M. Holzapfel, C. R. Russell, and C. E. Rist.
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Note on Modified Staining Method for Estimating the Germinative Capacity of Wheat and Barley.
Felix Bloch.
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Changes in Some Properties of the Aleurone Cell Layer Caused by Steam Conditioning.
Doyle H. Waggle, Majel M. MacMasters, and Arlin B. Ward.
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Influence of Preparative Variables on Intrinsic Viscosities and Sedimentation Values of Periodate-Oxidized Starches.
W. C. Schaefer, R. C.Burr, C. R. Russell, G. E. Babcock, and C.E. Rist.
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X-Ray Spectrographic Analysis of Chlorine in Bleached Flour and Its Fractions.
K. A. Gilles, E. F. Kaelble, and V. L. Youngs.
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Communication to the Editor: Semisynthetic Model System for Study of Browning during Baking.
G. Rubenthaler, Y. Pomeranz, and K. F. Finney.
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Communication to the Editor: High-Sulfur Seed Proteins.
David F. Houston, Ali Mohammad, and Norma E. Alfonso Hernandez.
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