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Second edition. Food Science and Technology Series, Vol. Edited by Owen R. Fennema, Marcell Dekker Inc. Although the first book on food chemistry appeared in Researches on the Chemistry of Food, by Justus von Liebig--food chemistry has, over the years, been regarded by many as the poor relation of the pure sciences. The publication of such a complete text underlines the acceptance of food chemistry as a science in its own right.
Many of the chapters have been revised by different authors from those of the first edition. The book consists of chapters on: Introduction to Food Chemistry, O. Fennema and S. Tannenbaum, 22 pp. Fennema, 46 pp. Whistler and J. Daniel, 70 pp.
Nawar, pp. Cheftel, J-L. Cuq and D. Lorient, pp. Richardson and D. Hyslop, pp. Tannenbaum, V. Young and M. Archer, 68 pp. Francis, 40" pp. Lindsay, 44 pp. Lindsay, 60 pp. Wogan and M. Marietta, 36 pp.
Hultin, 66 pp. Swaisgood 38 pp. Powrie and S. Nakai, 28 pp. Haard, 56 pp. Labuza, 26 pp. For example, autoxidation and browning reactions, arguably the two most important reactions in food systems, could have been covered in more detail.
Sensory analysis and the taste phenomenon could have been given more attention. However, all chapters include detailed reference lists and bibliographies which direct the reader to further information if an in-depth review is required. A major feature of the book is the profuse illustration of the text with Figures and Tables.
To read the book from cover to cover is a considerable task; however, the easyto-read style makes this quite possible. The book must be included in any library which boasts a food science section. Dziedzic Fat Soluble Vitamins. Edited by Anthony T. Heinemann, London.
This edition introduces new editors and contributors, who are recognized experts in their fields. All chapters reflect recent scientific advances and, where appropriate, have expanded and evolved their focus to provide readers with the current state-of-the-science of chemistry for the food industry. The fourth edition presents an entirely new chapter, Impact of Biotechnology on Food Supply and Quality, which examines the latest research in biotechnology and molecular interactions. It discusses bioactive substances from both a regulatory and health standpoint.
Only a few short months ago, on August 1, , the man who changed the food science profession passed away to complications of cancer at the age of Fennema was more than a scientist; he was an author, an incredible editor, an excellent lecturer, an advisor, and a champion for the advancement of knowledge within the field of food science. He earned his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, quickly became a part of the faculty, later led the department, and remained at the University until his retirement in Throughout his career, he championed the advancement of the Institute of Food Technologists publications.
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