Asked in Colostrum
Milk does not coagulate on boiling but colostrum coagulate?
Mature milk contains whey protein and casein which do not coagulate n heating but coagulates with acidity( adding lemon ), however colostrum contains a high amount of lactoglobulin, to provide immunity to the newborn which makes the milk coagulate on heating. ...
How does coagulation of casein proteins take place using Rennet or Acid?
Casein has a negative charge and it is dispersed in milk, to make cheese one must denature casein to coagulate it. Using the enzyme rennin, found in rennet, the casein will coagulate. ...
Asked in Biochemistry, Digestive System, Milk
What was the result of mixing the boiled enzyme with milk?
Once you boil the enzyme, it will be inactivated. Milk will have no effects of the enzyme. ...
Asked in Biotechnology
How do you know that casease is an exoenzyme and not a cytoplasmic enzyme in casein hydrolysis test?
Casease is an enzyme that is produced by bacteria. It is used to hydrolyze casein, which is a protein found in milk. ...
Asked in Vegetable Oils
Will almonds butter milk cream vegetable oil cottonseed oil soybean oil cocoa powder non-fat dry milk powder soya lecithin cocoa butter and vanilla coagulate drinkable water?
Sorry your question makes no sense. Water can not coagulate.
Asked in Biology
Percentage of rennin needed to coagulate milk?
Any Percentage of Rennin, above none, will coagulate milk. More Rennin would increase the rate at which the milk is coagulated, obviously. Hydrophobic para-casein would join together, after bonds between hydrophobic and hydoophilic parts are broken. <As far as I can understand it,Berrik.> Any Percentage of Rennin, above none, will coagulate milk. More Rennin would increase the rate at which the milk is coagulated, obviously. Hydrophobic para-casein would join together, after bonds between hydrophobic and hydoophilic parts are broken. <As far as I...
Asked in Milk
What is phosphatase test in milk?
The phosphatase test in milk measures the amount of phosphatase enzyme in the milk. The phosphatase enzyme should be inactivated by pasteurisation. If the phosphatase test is not negative, there is a problem with pasteurisation or recontamination with unpasteurised milk. ...
Asked in Milk
Why does milk coagulate as it ferments?
when lactobacillus acidophilus bacteria are added to milk they eat lactose (a type of sugar) present in the milk and give out lactic acid. casein a protein is responsible for coagulation of milk and coagulates the milk only in an acidic environment which is provided by lactic acid ...