Noun(1) a simple water-soluble protein found in many animal tissues and liquids(2) the white part of an egg; the nutritive and protective gelatinous substance surrounding the yolk consisting mainly of albumin dissolved in water
(1) During a 20 hour passage down the oviduct, the egg becomes surrounded by albumen (egg white), the shell membranes, and the shell.(2) The bones contribute albumen and collagen which convert to gelatine and give a good stew its gravitas.(3) Add salt and a little lemon juice and the albumen will trap the air as you whisk, doubling in volume.(4) The study of food science advanced during the 19th century with the discovery of proteins, then known as albumen , in fluid extracted from meat.(5) All the waste products end up here and are made into fertilizer, gelatin, albumen , glue, etc.(6) In addition, the amino acid composition of protein in the yolk and albumen of six young females' eggs was similar to that in early laid eggs.(7) The suite of maternal proteins in the crude albumen creates complex banding patterns, with high probability of differences between females.(8) Loss of albumen and proteins, either from uncontrolled glomerular filtration, or from ineffective reabsorption, prevents establishment of normal capillary osmotic pressure.(9) In particular, loss of water from albumen through boiling, and from albumen and yolk through freezing, will cause protein and lipid to be concentrated in the sample that remains.(10) Protein was determined by the method of Bradford using bovine serum albumen as the standard protein.(11) The negative charge repels plasma proteins, including albumen , so they are not filtered but remain in the blood.(12) In addition, amino-acid makeup of protein in albumen and yolk of young females' eggs was similar to that in early laid eggs.(13) CHEF'S SECRET Don't season the eggs before you cook them, because salt breaks down the albumen in the egg white and thins the mixture, giving a less satisfactory result(14) The Victorians were agog to read William Mattieu Williams's Chemistry of Food, which went through four editions covering things like albumen , gelatine, casein and the cookery of vegetables.(15) Crab braised in rice wine in a sauce thickened with more albumen tasted as though it had been cooked in sea water.(16) Take a quantity of albumen [egg white] and mix thoroughly with the soot.
(1) albumen :: 卵白
1. albumin ::
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