However, the TWS and UWF had lower swelling power thus had low peak viscosity, which can cause a decrease in settling volume. This low peak viscosity can be seen in the viscosity curve in Fig 5. It might because of resistance to swelling as there are more interactions in starch chains. Low swelling in starch cause less viscosity that can be seen from the viscosity curve as it was located lower viscosity level Radhiah 2013. The interaction between starch and protein also affects the pasting in wheat flour Huang et al 2015. Thermal properties will be determined through this analysis for starch gelatinization after heating using DSC. Based on Table 1 the gelatinization temperature covers three temperatures which are onset peak and conclusion temperature to be determined on all samples. There was no significant difference p 0 05 between all samples. The onset temperature of UWF TWF UWS and TWS are 98 98 71 06 64 64 and 104 56. The peak temperature of UWF TWF UWS and TWS are 109 61 116 06 90 01 and 118 65. The conclusion temperature of UWF TWF UWS and TWS are 124 26 121 49 124 92 and 130 51. Most of all gelatinization of treated samples had increased significantly than untreated samples. The heat moisture treatment affects the sample which can raise gelatinization temperature than control samples.
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