Grinding (Prakash, 1996), dietary fibers and particularly

Grinding of wheat and de-hulling of rice generates by-products like bran or straw, which are rich in high nutritional proteins (Prakash, 1996), dietary fibers and particularly glucuronoarabinoxylans (Hollmann and Lindhauer, 2005, Sun and Tomkinson, 2002). Oat mill waste (originated from rolled oat grains) has been suggested for the extraction of ?-glucan with advanced gelling properties (Patsioura, Galanakis, & Gekas, 2011).

Wheat, rice, corn, barley, sugar cane are the main agro-wastes that are potential sources of polysaccharides. These polysaccharides are produced during the cultivation, harvesting, and post harvesting steps. These polysaccharides rich wastes are also called as “lignocellulosic residues”: i.

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e. the complex of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin (Paola Di et al., 2015). (Grinding of wheat and de-hulling of rice generates by-products like bran or straw, which are rich in high nutritional proteins (Prakash, 1996), dietary fibers and particularly glucuronoarabinoxylans (Hollmann and Lindhauer, 2005, Sun and Tomkinson, 2002). Oat mill waste (originated from rolled oat grains) has been suggested for the extraction of ?-glucan with advanced gelling properties (Patsioura, Galanakis, & Gekas, 2011).