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  1. For efficient treatment of starch using aqueous ionic liquid at room temperature
  2. Engineering nano-cellulose bio-composites to improve protein delivery for oral vaccination
  3. Different Characteristics of Annealed Rice Kernels and Flour and Their Effects on the Quality of Rice Noodles
  4. Mucilage polysaccharide as a plant secretion: Potential trends in food and biomedical applications
  5. Facile fabrication of durable superhydrophobic fabrics by silicon polyurethane membrane for oil/water separation
  6. Structure and Properties of Thermomechanically Processed Chitosan-Based Biomimetic Composite Materials: Effect of Chitosan Molecular Weight
  7. Nacre-inspired biodegradable nanocellulose/MXene/AgNPs films with high strength and superior gas barrier properties
  8. 3D printing of biopolymer-based hydrogels
  9. Inca Peanut Seed Albumin Promotes the Retrogradation of Corn Starch
  10. Increasing xanthan gum content could enhance the performance of agar/konjac glucomannan-based system
  11. Wheat Flour-Based Edible Films: Effect of Gluten on the Rheological Properties, Structure, and Film Characteristics
  12. Development of pH-Indicative and Antimicrobial Films Based on Polyvinyl Alcohol/Starch Incorporated with Ethyl Lauroyl Arginate and Mulberry Anthocyanin for Active Packaging
  13. Chitosan–Gelatin Films: Plasticizers/Nanofillers Affect Chain Interactions and Material Properties in Different Ways
  14. Green synthesis of acetylated maize starch in different imidazolium carboxylate and choline carboxylate ionic liquids
  15. Recent trends in extraction, purification, and antioxidant activity evaluation of plant leave‐extracted polysaccharides
  16. Whole grain rice: Updated understanding of starch digestibility and the regulation of glucose and lipid metabolism
  17. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose hydrocolloid systems: Effect of hydroxypropy group content on the phase structure, rheological properties and film characteristics
  18. All-Starch-Based Hydrogel for Flexible Electronics: Strain-Sensitive Batteries and Self-Powered Sensors
  19. Nonthermal physical modification of starch: An overview of recent research into structure and property alterations
  20. Effect of pre-printing gelatinization degree on the structure and digestibility of hot-extrusion 3D-printed starch
  21. Electrospinning SA@PVDF-HFP Core–Shell Nanofibers Based on a Visual Light Transmission Response to Alcohol for Intelligent Packaging
  22. 3D printed nanocellulose-based label for fruit freshness keeping and visual monitoring
  23. Development changes in multi-scale structure and functional properties of waxy corn starch at different stages of kernel growth
  24. Thermomechanically processed chitosan:gelatin films being transparent, mechanically robust and less hygroscopic
  25. Sustainable polymer composites: functionality and applications
  26. Dissolution of Cellulose in Ionic Liquid–DMSO Mixtures: Roles of DMSO/IL Ratio and the Cation Alkyl Chain Length
  27. Starch-based materials encapsulating food ingredients: Recent advances in fabrication methods and applications
  28. Ionic liquid-plasticised composites of chitosan and hybrid 1D and 2D nanofillers
  29. Microwave reheating increases the resistant starch content in cooked rice with high water contents
  30. Starch-based food matrices containing protein: Recent understanding of morphology, structure, and properties
  31. An insight into the structural evolution of waxy maize starch chains during growth based on nonlinear rheology
  32. 3D printing to innovate biopolymer materials for demanding applications: A review
  33. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and hydroxypropyl starch: Rheological and gelation effects on the phase structure of their mixed hydrocolloid system
  34. Wet Ball Milling of Indica Rice Starch Effectively Modifies Its Multilevel Structures and Pasting Behavior
  35. Structural disorganization of cereal, tuber and bean starches in aqueous ionic liquid at room temperature: Role of starch granule surface structure
  36. Plasticized Starch/Agar Composite Films: Processing, Morphology, Structure, Mechanical Properties and Surface Hydrophilicity
  37. Preparation of formyl cellulose and its enhancement effect on the mechanical and barrier properties of polylactic acid films
  38. Cooperative Effects of Cellulose Nanocrystals and Sepiolite When Combined on Ionic Liquid Plasticised Chitosan Materials
  39. Different effects of pectin and κ-carrageenan on the multiscale structures and in vitro digestibility of extruded rice starch
  40. Graphene oxide enhanced ionic liquid plasticisation of chitosan/alginate bionanocomposites
  41. Influence of plasticiser type and nanoclay on the properties of chitosan-based materials
  42. Comparison of the structure and properties of hydroxypropylated acid-hydrolysed maize starches with different amylose/amylopectin contents
  43. Regeneration behavior of chitosan from ionic liquid using water and alcohols as anti-solvents
  44. Facile Preparation of Eco-Friendly, Flexible Starch-Based Materials with Ionic Conductivity and Strain-Responsiveness
  45. Multiscale Structural Disorganization of Indica Rice Starch under Microwave Treatment with High Water Contents
  46. Glycerol plasticisation of chitosan/carboxymethyl cellulose composites: Role of interactions in determining structure and properties
  47. Understanding the effects of montmorillonite and sepiolite on the properties of solution‐cast chitosan and chitosan/silk peptide composite films
  48. Structure and properties of thermomechanically processed chitosan/carboxymethyl cellulose/graphene oxide polyelectrolyte complexed bionanocomposites
  49. Ultrasonication Improves the Structures and Physicochemical Properties of Cassava Starch Films Containing Acetic Acid
  50. Understanding the structure and rheological properties of potato starch induced by hot-extrusion 3D printing
  51. Ionic Liquid (1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium Acetate) Plasticization of Chitosan-Based Bionanocomposites
  52. Structure and properties of thermomechanically processed silk peptide and nanoclay filled chitosan
  53. Unexpected Plasticization Effects on the Structure and Properties of Polyelectrolyte Complexed Chitosan/Alginate Materials
  54. Improving the in vitro digestibility of rice starch by thermomechanically assisted complexation with guar gum
  55. Enhanced catalyst dispersion and structural control of Co3O4-silica nanocomposites by rapid thermal processing
  56. Thermomechanical-induced polyelectrolyte complexation between chitosan and carboxymethyl cellulose enabling unexpected hydrolytic stability
  57. Structural Disorganization and Chain Aggregation of High-Amylose Starch in Different Chloride Salt Solutions
  58. Phase transition of maize starch in aqueous ionic liquids: Effects of water:ionic liquid ratio and cation alkyl chain length
  59. Understanding the multi-scale structure and digestibility of different waxy maize starches
  60. Applications of ionic liquids in starch chemistry: a review
  61. A further study on supramolecular structure changes of waxy maize starch subjected to alkaline treatment by extended-q small-angle neutron scattering
  62. Structure, thermal stability and suspension rheological properties of alcohol–alkali-treated waxy rice starch
  63. Starch/microcrystalline cellulose hybrid gels as gastric-floating drug delivery systems
  64. Modulating the in vitro digestibility and predicted glycemic index of rice starch gels by complexation with gallic acid
  65. Changes in Nanoscale Chain Assembly in Sweet Potato Starch Lamellae by Downregulation of Biosynthesis Enzymes
  66. Purification, Characterization and Degradation Performance of a Novel Dextranase from Penicillium cyclopium CICC-4022
  67. Effect of anti-solvents on the characteristics of regenerated cellulose from 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate ionic liquid
  68. Effect of rheological properties of potato, rice and corn starches on their hot-extrusion 3D printing behaviors
  69. Degradation and stabilization of polyurethane elastomers
  70. Starch–zinc complex and its reinforcement effect on starch-based materials
  71. Cellulose-starch Hybrid Films Plasticized by Aqueous ZnCl2 Solution
  72. Drug Delivery Applications of Starch Biopolymer Derivatives
  73. Starch
  74. Material Nature and Physicochemical Properties for High Performance of Carriers
  75. Natural Biopolymer Alloys with Superior Mechanical Properties
  76. Early-stage photodegradation of aromatic poly(urethane-urea) elastomers
  77. On the investigation of thermal/cooling-gel biphasic systems based on hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and hydroxypropyl starch
  78. Rapid thermally processed hierarchical titania-based hollow fibres with tunable physicochemical and photocatalytic properties
  79. Bagasse Cellulose Grafted with an Amino-Terminated Hyperbranched Polymer for the Removal of Cr(VI) from Aqueous Solution
  80. Characterization of regenerated starch from 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate ionic liquid with different anti-solvents
  81. Rheokinetics of graft copolymerization of acrylamide in concentrated starch and rheological behaviors and microstructures of reaction products
  82. Starch film-coated microparticles for oral colon-specific drug delivery
  83. Kinetic Modeling of Palmitamidopropyl Betaine Synthesis
  84. Understanding the digestibility and nutritional functions of rice starch subjected to heat-moisture treatment
  85. Insights into the multi-scale structure and digestibility of heat-moisture treated rice starch
  86. Ionic liquids for the preparation of biopolymer materials for drug/gene delivery: a review
  87. Preparation and characterization of starch-based composite films reinfoced by polysaccharide-based crystals
  88. Controlled bioactive compound delivery systems based on double polysaccharide film-coated microparticles for liquid products and their release behaviors
  89. Hydration-induced crystalline transformation of starch polymer under ambient conditions
  90. Effect of acid hydrolysis on the multi-scale structure change of starch with different amylose content
  91. Investigation of rheological properties and conformation of cassava starch in zinc chloride solution
  92. Facile Preparation of Starch-Based Electroconductive Films with Ionic Liquid
  93. Shear degradation of corn starches with different amylose contents
  94. Dissolution of Starch with Aqueous Ionic Liquid under Ambient Conditions
  95. A further understanding of the multi-scale supramolecular structure and digestion rate of waxy starch
  96. Effect of heat-moisture treatment on multi-scale structures and physicochemical properties of breadfruit starch
  97. How to cost-effectively produce biodegradable superabsorbents for slow release of fertilizer
  98. An improved approach for evaluating the semicrystalline lamellae of starch granules by synchrotron SAXS
  99. Rational design and synthesis of molecular-sieving, photocatalytic, hollow fiber membranes for advanced water treatment applications
  100. Effects of concurrent ball milling and octenyl succinylation on structure and physicochemical properties of starch
  101. Lamellar structure change of waxy corn starch during gelatinization by time-resolved synchrotron SAXS
  102. Starch Thermal Processing
  103. Dissolution and regeneration behavior of chitosan in 3-methyl-1-(ethylacetyl)imidazolium chloride
  104. Supramolecular structure of jackfruit seed starch and its relationship with digestibility and physicochemical properties
  105. Morphology and properties of thermal/cooling-gel bi-phasic systems based on hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and hydroxypropyl starch
  106. Different characteristic effects of ageing on starch-based films plasticised by 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate and by glycerol
  107. Insights into the hierarchical structure and digestion rate of alkali-modulated starches with different amylose contents
  108. Supramolecular structure and thermal behavior of cassava starch treated by oxygen and helium glow-plasmas
  109. Understanding the structural features of high-amylose maize starch through hydrothermal treatment
  110. Supramolecular structural evolutions of maize starch hydrothermally treated in excess water
  111. Adsorption of azo dyes from aqueous solution by the hybrid MOFs/GO
  112. Starch can be easily dissolved in a zinc chloride solution
  113. Starch and cellulose behave differently in ionic liquid
  114. Lubrication of starch in ionic liquid–water mixtures: Soluble carbohydrate polymers form a boundary film on hydrophobic surfaces
  115. Effect of planetary ball-milling on multi-scale structures and pasting properties of waxy and high-amylose cornstarches
  116. Biodegradation of starch films: The roles of molecular and crystalline structure
  117. Characteristics of starch-based films with different amylose contents plasticised by 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate
  118. Establishing whether the structural feature controlling the mechanical properties of starch films is molecular or crystalline
  119. Water can help ionic liquid do a better job to dissolve natural biopolymer
  120. Mechanical performance of starch-based biocomposites
  121. Food Polymers Functionality and Applications
  122. Advanced Nano-biocomposites Based on Starch
  123. Physical properties and prebiotic activity of maize starch-based functional films
  124. Characteristics of starch-based films plasticised by glycerol and by the ionic liquid 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate: A comparative study
  125. Effect of oxygen glow plasma on supramolecular and molecular structures of starch and related mechanism
  126. Thermoplastic Starch
  127. Supramolecular structural changes of waxy and high-amylose cornstarches heated in abundant water
  128. Effects of amylose and phosphate monoester on aggregation structures of heat-moisture treated potato starches
  129. Advanced Nano-biocomposites Based on Starch
  130. Processing of Plasticized Starch-Based Materials
  131. Shear degradation of molecular, crystalline, and granular structures of starch during extrusion
  132. The properties of antimicrobial films derived from poly(lactic acid)/starch/chitosan blended matrix
  133. Starch-based nano-biocomposites
  134. Glycerol plasticised chitosan: A study of biodegradation via carbon dioxide evolution and nuclear magnetic resonance
  135. Elaboration and properties of plasticised chitosan-based exfoliated nano-biocomposites
  136. New evidences of accelerating degradation of polyethylene by starch
  137. Supramolecular structure of A- and B-type granules of wheat starch
  138. Effect of the ionic liquid 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate on the phase transition of starch: Dissolution or gelatinization?
  139. Structure and colon-targeted releasing property of resistant octenyl succinate starch
  140. Rheology to understand and optimize processibility, structures and properties of starch polymeric materials
  141. Biodegradable Starch-Based Nano-Composites
  142. Extrusion processing and characterization of edible starch films with different amylose contents
  143. Preparation and characterisation of octenyl succinate starch as a delivery carrier for bioactive food components
  144. An Oral Colon-Targeting Controlled Release System Based on Resistant Starch Acetate: Synthetization, Characterization, and Preparation of Film-Coating Pellets
  145. Bio-nanocomposites based on starch
  146. Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers
  147. Phase transitions of maize starches with different amylose contents in glycerol–water systems
  148. Rheological properties of thermoplastic starch studied by multipass rheometer
  149. Thermal and Rheological Properties of Breadfruit Starch
  150. Rheological properties and phase transition of cornstarches with different amylose/amylopectin ratios under shear stress
  151. Starch thermal transitions comparatively studied by DSC and MTDSC
  152. Kinetics and mechanism of thermal decomposition of cornstarches with different amylose/amylopectin ratios
  153. Thermal processing of starch-based polymers
  154. Rheological properties of starches with different amylose/amylopectin ratios
  155. Extrusion Processing of Starch Film
  156. Rheological properties and phase transition of starch under shear stress
  157. A new study of starch gelatinization under shear stress using dynamic mechanical analysis
  158. Effect of annealing and orientation on microstructures and mechanical properties of polylactic acid
  159. Rheological Properties of Starch-Based Materials and Starch/Poly(lactic acid) Blends
  160. Starch Gelatinization under Shearless and Shear Conditions
  161. Effect of Compatibilizer Distribution on Thermal and Rheological Properties of Gelatinized Starch/Biodegradable Polyesters Blends
  162. Gelatinization of cornstarch with different amylose/amylopectin content
  163. Starch Modification Using Reactive Extrusion
  164. Thermal Behaviour of High Amylose Cornstarch Studied by DSC