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Course Name
Turkish Gıda Endüstrisinde Kullanılan Ekstraksiyon Yöntemleri Extraction Methods in the Food Industry
English Special Topics in Food Engin.
Course Code
GID 524E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 - - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Ayşe Aslı Barla Demirkoz
Course Objectives 1. To introduce basic knowledge on extraction and why it is used,
2. Extraction techniques and methods used in the food industry, analyzes made
3. To introduce general information about the place and use of extracts and food supplements in the food industry.
Course Description Definition of extraction, application purposes and fields; extraction techniques; Factors affecting extraction, selection of optimum conditions, analysis applied to products obtained after extractions, equipment used in large-scale production transitions, characteristics of extracts and their use in food industry; flavours and essential oils, probiotics, oils rich in omega-3 and -6 fatty acids, their use as antioxidants.
Course Outcomes M.Sc./Ph.D. students who successfully pass this course gain knowledge, skill and competency in the
following subjects:
1. Ability to demonstrate knowledge on extraction and know what purpose it is used for
2. Ability to have knowledge about traditional and advanced extraction techniques
3. Ability to know how the extraction will affect the parameters and design the experiment accordingly.
4. Ability to demonstrate knowledge on process scale-up
5. Ability to have general knowledge about the kinds of extracts (absolute, infusion, decoction etc.).
6. Ability to know what analyzes should be applied to the obtained extracts.
7. Ability to demonstrate a basic knowledge of where and how the extracts are used.
8. Ability to critically review research papers on extraction techniques.
Required Facilities
Textbook Tzia C., Liadakis G. (2003). Extraction Optimization in Food Engineering. Marcel Dekker, INC, Newyork.
Other References 1. Bart H.-J., Pilz S. (2011). Industrial scale natural products extraction. John Wiley & Sons Ltd
2. Angela M., Meireles A. (2009). Extracting bioactive compounds for food products: theory and applications. CRC Press.
3. Turner C. (2006). Modern extraction techniques: foods and agricultural samples. American Chemical Society.
4. Watson R. R., Preedy W. R. (20011). Bioactive Foods and Extracts. Cancer Treatment and Prevention. CRC Press.
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