Thesis On Microencapsulation

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Contrastingly, the disadvantages of this protection method include low payloads of the active material and its limited post-ruminal release and absorption.

Contrastingly, the disadvantages of this protection method include low payloads of the active material and its limited post-ruminal release and absorption.

As modern dairy cows continue to reach higher milk production records, the application of these technologies seems to extend to many other feed additives to precisely meet cows’ nutrient requirements.

About the authors Mohsen Sahraei Belverdy received a Ph D degree in Ruminant Nutrition from the Department of Animal and Poultry Science, College of Aburaihan, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran in 2019.

The product obtained from this process is called microencapsulate, and it includes both microspheres and microcapsules.

Microcapsules are particles consisting of an inner core containing the active substance, which is covered with a polymer layer constituting the capsule membrane.

Microspheres are matrix systems in which the core is uniformly dispersed and/or dissolved in a polymer network.

Microspheres may be homogeneous or heterogeneous depending, respectively, on whether the core is in the molecular state (dissolved) or in the form of particles (suspended).

As it is cooled, the fat mass solidifies around the template and forms a protective coat.

Fluidized bed is applied to various products for encapsulation; some of which include vitamins B and C and minerals such as potassium chloride.

As the particles spread on the disk, a thin film of shell material is applied.

When they move toward the edge of the rotating disk through centrifugal force, the particles leave apart from the fat film and microcapsules of core-shell are formed Various techniques are now available to protect single nutrients from ruminal degradation, some of which were briefly discussed above.

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