IMK421 : Lecture 6 ( 18th October 2012) — Starch Gelatinization (Part 2 )

IMK421 : Lecture 6 ( 18th October 2012) — Starch Gelatinization (Part 2 )

Good morning students. Any questions that you would like to ask from the previous lecture? Anything that you need clarification or if there is any confusion, before I proceed with our discussion about gelatinization We are still discussing gelatinization. And today we will be discussing some of the factors which can affect gelatinization. Then after

Hummingbirds eating from my mouth (In Slow Motion) – Smarter Every Day 124

Hey it’s me Destin, welcome back to Smarter Every Day. If you’re like me, when you think of hummingbirds you think of cute little animals that go around drinking out of flowers and everything is happy and beautiful right? Well it’s not. They’re actually savage little beasts that will kill each other to get what

Salt: Are you getting Enough?   (More Sodium & Health)

Salt: Are you getting Enough? (More Sodium & Health)

Salt. It doesn’t get much attention lately as the most that is said about it is usually just to eat less of it. But is that always the best advice? A March 1940 paper by Lawson Wilkins in Baltimore describes the case of a child who, starting from 11-months of age, had a very unusual

Chemical chamaeleon

In this video I am going to showing a rather pretty experiment, which changes from purple to green to yellow to colourless, known as the chemical chamaeleon. To set it up is extremely simple. A very small amount, about one or two crystals of potassium permanganate is dissolved in warm water, and some sugar added.

Lac Operon – gene regulation  || Biology || rPiXY

Lac Operon – gene regulation || Biology || rPiXY

Today I’m going to discuss you about application of operon theory. First of all we have to know what is operon. Operon is gene action. How a gene acts or reacts.50% work of central dogma is done by operon. Now the question is what happens, when an e. choli cell is placed into a glucose

Why Don’t We Have Functional Biofuel Yet?

Why Don’t We Have Functional Biofuel Yet?

Over the last several decades, we’ve poured billions of dollars into biofuel research…so why can’t you fill up with it at the gas station yet? Where are the biofuels?! After all, the gas you put in your car is essentially an ancient biofuel: it used to be organic matter—mostly algae, actually—that over millions of years

Why are people so Healthy in Japan?

When it comes to health, weight of course is not everything, but since there are so many health complications from being overweight or obese, it’s safe to say that Japan with an obesity rate of 3.5% is generally healthier than America with an obesity rate of 30%. Japan isn’t perfect, it has found itself on

Resolving the Health Care Crisis: T. Colin Campbel at TEDxEast

Resolving the Health Care Crisis: T. Colin Campbel at TEDxEast

I’m here to talk about health. Your health, my health, the health of your families and friends. Especially our children; and I’m actually here to talk about the health in fact of our country. But talking about health, thinking about how we can get health, we are in a system today that is not exactly

What BMI doesn’t tell you about your health

What BMI doesn’t tell you about your health

These are my assistants, Coleman and Phil. They’re both around the same height, weight, and consequently, they have the same Body Mass Index — or BMI. But if you split them open Damien Hirst style or just compare the results of their body scans you can see a slight difference. Phil has more body fat