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the most read grain science research of the year!

Composition, Nutritional Value, Functionality, Processing,
and Novel Food Uses of Pulses and Pulse Ingredients


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Issue Advertising Close Date: December 14, 2016
Materials Due Date: December 16, 2016
Issue Send Date: January/February 2017

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Scope of the Special Issue

Pulses are the dry edible seeds of plants in the legume family and include field pea, bean, chickpea, and lentil. Pulses have been nourishing people around the world for thousands of years and are an environmentally sustainable source of protein that is high in lysine and fiber, low in fat, and contains significant levels of micronutrients and bioactives. Consumption of pulses is associated with health benefits including blood sugar control, cholesterol lowering, and satiety.

The International Year of Pulses is an opportunity to increase consumer awareness, demand, and utilization of pulses in a variety of innovative formats. Research related to pulse chemistry, processing technologies, and understanding the impacts of composition and processing on functionality is integral to the development of new value-added applications for pulses. 

Submitted Papers

Composition, Nutritional Value and Health Benefits of Pulses
Dr. Clifford Hall

Evaluation of Cooking Time in Pulses: A Review
Dr. Jenny Wood

Recent Advances in the Determination of the Quality of
Dietary Proteins: Implications for Pulses
Dr. Jim House

Traditional and New Food Uses of Pulses
Professor Kaisa Poutanen

Effect of processing on black beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) flours properties: Physicochemical and pasting properties correlation
Daniel Guajardo-Flores

Impact of chickpea- and raw plantain-based gluten-free snacks on weight gain, serum lipid profile and insulin resistance of rats fed a high fructose diet
Pamela C. Flores-Silva

Characterization of structure, physicochemical properties and in vitro starch digestibility of yellow pea flour modified with different organic acids
Qiang Liu

Defining the Overall Quality of Cowpea-Enriched Rice-Based Breakfast Cereals
Stefania Iametti

Effect of cultivar and environment on the physicochemical and functional properties of pea protein isolates
Michael Nickerson

Antihypertensive effect of protein hydrolysate from Azufrado beans in spontaneously hypertensive rats
S. Medina-Godoy

Topography of the cotyledon surfaces and adjoining seed coat of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes differing in milling performance
Jennifer Wood

Development Of Low Glycemic Index (Gi) Foods By Incorperating Pulse Ingredients Into Cereal-Based Products: Use Of In Vitro Screening And In Vivo Methodologies
Natsuki Fujiwara

The Carbohydrate Profile of a Dry Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Panel Encompassing Broad Genetic Variability for Cooking Time
Karen Cichy

Technological and nutritional quality of extruded products elaborated with polished rice and whole red bean flours
Ludmilla C. Oliveira

Effect of Processing on Antinutrient Compounds in Pulses
Dr. Carol Ann Patterson

Effects of Cultivar, Growing Location and Year on Physico-chemical and Cooking Characteristics of Dry Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Ning Wang

Flavor aspects of pulse ingredients
Peter de Kok

Macromolecular and micronutrient profiles of sprouted chickpeas to be used for integrating cereal-based food
Maria A. Pagani

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