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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 Christen Yuen, Oranuch Leelapon, Chutima Monchawin, Thidarat Eksittikul, Unchera Sookmark, Panida Kongsawadworakul, Jirawat Sanitchon, Salak Phansiri, Jarunya Narangajavana Starch Update 2005 : The 3 rd Conference on Starch Technology (BioThailand 2005), November 4-5, 2005, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand, p. 322 Root of cassava is rich in starch, which could be utilized as food, feed and industrial raw materials. Due to a continuous increase of industrial utilization of cassava and cassavaderived products, the future of cassava in Thailand looks very promising. However, mon understanding of the starch synthesis process in cassava is required to help develop cassava cultivars with higher root yield and novel starch properties. To achieve this goal, the Cassava Molecular Biotechnology consortium (CASS- MOL-BIOTECH) was established. This consortium consists of 30 researchers from various institutions, including the National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (B1OTEC), Mahidol University, Chulalongkorn University, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Kasetsart University, Khon Kaen University, Ramkhamhaeng University and Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperative (DOA). The consortium covers wide aspects of research in cassava, including (i) biochemical and molecular characterization of genes and proteins that are, either directly or indirectly, involved in the starch biosynthesis of cassava, (ii) functional study of genes using transgenic approach, (iii) identification of DNA markers related to starch quality and quantity, and (iv) systemic-based analysis of starch metabolism and its regulation. We hope that all the results obtained will help broaden our insight in starch biosynthesis in cassava and also create the starting platform for the improvement of cassava cultivars in Thailand. IC-327 SILVER RECOVERY FROM SLAG BY SAWDUST FLY ASH Pornpimon Boonkum, Woranan Nakbanpote, Paitip Thiravetyan The 1 st International Water Association - Asia Pacific Regional Group Conference and Exhibition (IWA-ASPIKE), July 10-15, 2005, Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore 191 This research aims to recover silver from the silver-slag of jewellery industry by using sawdust fly ash as an adsorbent. Sawdust fly ash was treated and divided into three groups of SDF, SDF/water and SDF/H 2 SO 4 . The SDF/water was the most suitable in adsorption ability and treatment cost. Therefore, SDF/water was selected for study the equilibrium time, maximum adsorption capacity (q max ) and elution under the system pHs of 10-11. The adsorption efficiency of SDF/water was compared to activated carbon. The maximum adsorption capacities of SDF/water and activated carbon to adsorb silver at 20°C were 6.85 and 41.78 mg g -1 , respectively, and the adsorption capacities were decreased at higher temperature. The adsorption mechanism of SDF/water was proposed to be physical adsorption. The silver elution was studied at 30°C, 60°C and 100°C by using deionised water and caustic cyanide solution. The results showed that deionised water and caustic cyanide at 100°C were able to elute silver-adsorbed onto SDF/water to 61% and 93%, respectively. Whereas silver-adsorbed onto activated carbon was eluted only 6%and 8%, respectively. Therefore, SDF/water has a trend to be used in silver recovery from slag. The advantage of sawdust fly ash is the easier recycling of silver from the silver-adsorbrd adsorbent. IC-328 FREEZE DRIED ALOE VERA PROCESSING FOR SPA AND HEALTH Suchada Chaisawadi, Waraporn Methawiriyasilp The 1 st International Conference Natural Products for Health and Beauty (NPHB2005), October 17-21, 2005, Taksila Hotel, Mahasarakham, Thailand Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis Mill.), one of the worldwide medicinal herb, has been recognized for centuries for its remarkable health-enhancing properties and although known specifically for external application to the skin. Some of the components extracted from Aloe Vera have been shown to have anticancer effects. In Thailand, Aloe Vera, can be used for a whole range of medicinal properties. Aloe Vera gel consists of Aloctin A, glycoprotein poses anti-inflamtory and cure wound properties used to minor wounds, inflammatory skin, burn, irritation and skin soothening. Nowaday, Aloe Vera is very popular and act as important ingredients in cosmetic and pharmaceutical International Conference

192 industry. However instead of but Aloctin A is heat labile, environmental sensitive and all activities will be lost within one day. The Aloe Vera powder which contains the same properties of the fresh Aloe Vera gel is in a great demand for stability with high quality. The freeze-dried Aloe Vera processing has been developed and implemented at the Production Services, Industrial Park, KMUTT. The preliminary results show one ton of Aloe Vera produced 300 kg of outer skin, 676 kg of Aloe Vera flesh or gel with 24 kg of mucous. The 676 kg of Aloe Vera flesh or gel produced 37.6 kg of freeze dried Aloe Vera powder. The quality of freezedried Aloe Vera has been undertaken to compare with the fresh Aloe Vera gel. The preliminary study on chemical properties has been done and shown nearly the same as the fresh one. The waste utilization and clean production on freezedried Aloe Vera has been proposed for further study to gain the value added and make it feasible for the commercial production. IC-329 CLEAN PRODUCTION OF FREEZE DRIED KAFFIR LIME POWDER PROCESSING FOR SPA AND AROMATHERAPY Suchada Chaisawadi, Darawan Thongbutr, Patcharin Jantawong The 1 st International Conference Natural Products for Health and Beauty (NPHB2005), October 17-21, 2005, Taksila Hotel, Mahasarakham, Thailand Kaffir lime (Citrus hystrix DC.) is one of the important medicinal herbs used in Thailand’s traditional medicine. Kaffir lime and its derivatives including Kaffir Lime juice, Kaffir lime peel and Kaffir lime oil provides a whole range of medicinal properties. Kaffir lime oil the main aromatic oil from peel, is comprised, betapinine and d-limonene is suggested to have cancer-chemopreventive and anticarcinogenic properties, making it a potential for use as a medicinal herb.The main objective in this study was to investigate waste utilization on freeze-dried Kaffir lime powder processing resulting on whole range commercial utilization for spa and aromatherapy. Technology has already been developed in which freeze-dried Kaffir lime powder retains the same quality of fresh Kaffir lime juice. Freeze-dried Kaffir lime powder processing in this study include Kaffir lime powder processing, Kaffir lime oil KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 extraction and Kaffir lime peel processing. The designed production process has considered the wastes from Kaffir lime powder production process. The waste utilization process has been divided into three sequential processes. The first one is Kaffir lime oil extraction from the peels (exocarp), done by squeezing oil from the Kaffir lime peels followed by steam extraction and grinded exocarp drying for spa and aromatherapy. The second process is Kaffir lime endocarp drying and grinding into powder or cut into small piece for spa. The third process is Kaffir lime seed grinding followed by drying for bio-repellant. The residues from steam extraction and other wastes from the extraction process can be used as bio-fertilizers. The result showed zero discharge by the end of the process. The clean production on freeze-dried Kaffir lime powder processing has been implemented by the Production Services Unit, Industrial Park, KMUTT. The results showed one ton of Kaffir lime fruits produced 80 kg of Kaffir lime juice, 16 kg of Kaffir lime seed, 300 kg of Kaffir lime peel and 604 kg of Kaffir lime endocarp. The 80 kg of Kaffir lime juice produced 13.5 kg of freeze-dried Kaffir lime powder, 300 kg of the Kaffir lime peel produced 6 L of Kaffir lime essential oil and 160 kg of dry-grinded Kaffir lime exocarp, 16 kg of Kaffir lime seed produced 12 kg of dry-grinded Kaffir lime seed as bio-repellant, 604 kg of Kaffir lime endocarp produced 240 kg of dried Kaffir lime endocarp. The results showed high productivity and low environmental impact with the developed freezedried Kaffir lime powder processing. The product development for spa and aromatherapy are in further study. IC-330 MICROBIAL SENSOR FOR DETECTION OF BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND Wachira Chaiyavorn, Sansanalak Rachdawong, Taweerat Vichitsoonthonkul, Pornpimol Sritongkham, Werasak Surareungchai The International Conference on Bionanotechnology : A New Chapter of Life (BioThailand 2005), November 2-4, 2005, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand, p. 25 This research and development relates to water quality analysis, and a particularly to a method and to sensing probe for determining biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) in aqueous International Conference

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    276 1) สภาพทั่วไ

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