By Barry McCleary, Leon Prosky
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5). In the case of maize, rice and sorghum, the inner endosperm cell walls are also autoﬂuorescent, suggesting that they too contain large amounts of polyphenolic compounds. The aleurone cells are cubic and their cell walls are thick. The aleurone cell walls of barley or wheat are reported to contain about 65–67% arabinoxylan and about 26–29% mixed linkage (1→3),(1→4)-β-D-glucan (Fincher & Stone 1986). The cells contain large nuclei and storage materials, including lipids, phytin, minerals, protein and phenolic compounds.
In foods, the tissues, cells, cell walls and their components control texture, water-binding and sensory properties, and are an important source of nutrients and dietary ﬁbre (Fincher & Stone 1986). Ferulic acid-containing cell-wall polysaccharides of fruits and vegetables play a key role in the thermal stability of cell-cell adhesion (Waldron et al. 1997). Cell separation is a very important factor in tissue softening. 26 Chapter 3 Microscopy techniques are effective methods in studying the structure of tissues, cells and cell walls.
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Advanced Dietary Fibre Technology by Barry McCleary, Leon Prosky