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Cereal Alpha and Beta Amylase temperature range and reaction rate
This question is motivated by a practical application in bread making. While it is well known which are the optimal (highest reaction rate) temperatures for both alpha and beta amylase, I am not able ...
Mar 14 '13 at 11:48
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