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The factors influencing sensory quality of processed cheese analogues
Sůkalová, Kateřina ; Kráčmar, Stanislav (referee) ; Diviš, Pavel (referee) ; Buňka,, František (advisor)
The presented thesis deals with the monitoring sensory quality of processed cheese analogues, focusing mainly on the taste (flavour) and related content of volatile (aroma active) substances. Model samples of analogues were produced by a standard procedure at Tomas Bata University in Zlín. The experimental part was divided into two experiments, which differed in the composition of model samples of analogues. In the first experiment, the traditional fat (butter) was completely replaced by selected vegetable fats (palm, coconut, mixed), in the second experiment only a part (1% w/w - expressed on the total weight of the sample) of butter was replaced by vegetable oils (apricot, flax seed, currant, grape seed). Solid phase microextraction in conjunction with gas chromatography with flame ionization detection was used to determine volatiles. Methods based on valid international standards were used to evaluate the sensory quality of samples, focusing mainly on flavor, namely evaluation using scales (ISO 4121), profile test (EN ISO 13299) and ranking test (ISO 8587). The aim of the work was to assess the effect of the addition of various vegetable fats/oils on the above parameters, at the same time their changes were monitored during 6 months of storage (at 6 ° C). The results showed that the vegetable oil used affects both the sensory quality and the content and composition of volatile substances of analogues. Significant differences between samples were mainly in taste, aroma and overall acceptability. The decreasing overall acceptability of the samples can be expressed in experiment I by the order: product with butter coconut palm mixed fat; in the case of experiment II: product with butter apricot = flax = grape currant oil. Mixed fat, currant and grape seed oil proved to be unsuitable for the production of analogues, on the contrary, analogues with coconut fat and apricot oil were evaluated best. Based on the results of sensory analyses, it was shown that the samples maintain a good sensory quality min. for 3 months while maintaining a low storage temperature ( 6 ° C). An analogue with coconut fat, whose taste, aroma and acceptability were rated as very good, and apricot oil, whose taste, aroma and acceptability were even rated as excellent, could enrich the food offer on the market.
Assessment of fatty acids in selected type of cheese
Chmelařová, Adéla ; Sůkalová, Kateřina (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on identification and quantification of free and bound fatty acids in commercially available white mold cheeses: Hermelín, Kamadet and Olmín, using gass chromatography withflame ionization detection. Theoretical part of the thesis is dealing with the classification of cheeses with the main attention to white mold cheeses. In a following part cheese production technology is described, lipids and fatty acids are characterised including the possible methods for their assessment, mainly gass chromatography. Experimental part the contents of free and bound fatty acids in selected samples of white mould cheeses were compared. The method in accordance with ČSN EN ISO 1735:2005 was selected for lipid extraction. Fatty acids were identified as methylesters using acid esterification with methanolic solution of bortrifluorid as a catalyst. In total 21 free and bound fatty acids were detected in samples.
Assessment of fatty acids in selected type of cheese
Těšíková, Karolína ; Sůkalová, Kateřina (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is focused on identification and quantification of free and bound fatty acids in model cheeses of „Moravský bochník“, made at Tomáš Baťa University in Zlín. Theoretical part is dealing with characteristics of lipids and fatty acids. Furthermore, the classification of cheese types and description of their production and composition are discussed. Finally, the gas chromatography is described as a most commonly used method for assessment of fatty acids. The experimental part focuses on comparing the content of free and bound fatty acids in four model cheeses in relation to the use of different microbial cultures. The method according to the ČSN EN ISO 1735:2005 was employed for extraction of lipids from cheese samples. The present fatty acids were identified and quantified by gas chromatography with flame ionization detector after conversion to methylesters using acid-catalysed esterification with a methanolic solution of boron trifluoride. In total, 32 bound and 20 free fatty acids were identified in cheese samples.
Composition of fatty acids in processed cheese analoques
Sůkalová, Kateřina ; Vespalcová, Milena (referee) ; Buňka,, František (advisor)
This thesis deals with the determination of fatty acids of processed cheese analogues. The aim is to identify and quantify the fatty acids in selected samples of cheese analogues. The introduction is a brief overview of the composition and properties of cheese analogues, technology and application options. The following describes the appropriate method for the determination of fatty acids in cheese and cheese analogues. Of these methods the largest part is devoted to gas chromatography, which is most frequently used method for detection of volatile fatty acids. Individual cheese analogues used for the analysis, contained various types of added fats. Specifically, the milk fat, coconut oil, sunflower oil, palm oil and butter. Samples of these fats were extracted and then converted to methylesters by methanol esterification with catalysis by potassium hydroxide. The most important fatty acids were identified and quantified in samples of cheese analogues using gas chromatography and compared with fatty acids of fats used for the preparation of these analogues are used.
Monitoring of allergenic aroma compounds in foods
Plevová, Petra ; Sůkalová, Kateřina (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
This thesis deals with the identification and quantification of aromatic potentially allergenic substances which normally occurs in food, but their amount is not legislatively controlled. These aroma compounds have many positive and negative effects on human body, although they are not main types of allergens, several studies have highlighted their potentially allergenic character. For monitoring of the content of these substances non-chocolate confectionery were chosen as model samples. Theoretical part summarizes the production technology of non-chocolate confectionery from raw materials to final processing. It also deals with the characterization of 26 potentially allergenic aroma substances and their occurrence in nature and also in food or cosmetic products. In the experimental part potentially allergenic aroma compounds occurring in samples of jelly confectionery were identified and quantified using the SPME–GC–FID method.
Sensory quality of chosen types of meat products
Javorská, Kateřina ; Sůkalová, Kateřina (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
This Bachelor’s thesis deals with the evaluation of sensory quality of meat products. The 5 samples of pork ham of different quality and from different producers were selected for evaluation. The theoretical part focuses on the composition and properties of meat and meat products, and their production technology. The selected methods for sensory evaluation of quality are also mentioned. Ordinal and graphical scales were used for sensory evaluation of samples. The assessors evaluated these basic characteristics of the ham samples - color, appearance in the cut, preparation, consistency, smell, taste, saltiness and tenderness. The results were written down in the prepared questionnaires which were subsequently statistically and graphically evaluated. Sensory analysis was performed by group of students from the Faculty of Chemistry BUT.
Assessment of aromatic compounds with allergenic effect
Obrdlíková, Blanka ; Sůkalová, Kateřina (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
The thesis deals with the determination of allergenic fragrances in cosmetics. The theoretical part is focused on the description of cosmetic products, the use of fragrances in the preparation of cosmetics, obtaining fragrances and their allergenic effects on the human body. In the practical part the SPME-GC-FID method is used for the determination of aromatic substances with allergenic potential in selected cosmetic products (natural creams and toilet water).
Thermophilic microorganisms
Sůkalová, Kateřina ; Vránová, Dana (referee) ; Babák, Libor (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is focused on distribution thermophilic species from among microorganisms, characteristic important genera, in which these microorganisms we can find and detailed description choice species. There is described origin of thermal environment and locations of habitation thermophilic microorganisms with intention on geothermal areas, where is found the biggest number of these species. In consequence of thermal stability of enzymes these microorganisms are used in food industry, in waste treatment, in medicine and for their production of thermostabile enzymes.

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