By P. BELTON, B. HILLS, G. WEBB
The hugely flexible nature of magnetic resonance ideas in facing difficulties coming up in lots of parts in nutrients technological know-how is ably proven in Advances in Magnetic Resonance in foodstuff technology. subject matters lined contain improvement of the approach, sensible elements of foodstuff, sign remedy and research, in addition to purposes of magnetic resonance to meals processing and engineering. offering the cutting-edge within the topic, the overseas flavour of the contributions will make this crucial interpreting for either lecturers and industrialists in meals technological know-how.
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Textural features could be considered as macro scale and global data because of the statistical approach retained. The co-occurrence matrix method appeared to be Advances in Magnetic Resonance in Food Science 34 very powerful. In fact this method integrates much information provided by the MR images. The opening and all the curd heterogeneity were took into account. But the effect of small image variation changes were ignored compared to the opening analysis. Moreover because we used a multi contrast strategy, the T2 effect were also analysed from the Tz weighted images.
The representation of each cheese T2 histogram on the factorial 3D map is given in Figure 7. pcl I 6 FCl Figure 7 Principal components analysis Figure 8 Discriminant analysis of T2 of T2 histograms histogram after variable number reduction by PCA From the three first PC it should be possible to distinguish some cheese groups associated to the T2 distribution. For example the both MESO I ,young and old, the young MESO 11, the UF and the T H E M 0 cheeses. While MESO I11 and old MESO I1 cheese T2 histograms seemed more confhsed with the others.
Advances in Magnetic Resonance in Food Science (Special Publications) by P. BELTON, B. HILLS, G. WEBB