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Assemand, E., Fatoumata, C., Françoise, K., Victorien, K. and Lucien, P.K. (2012) Caractérisation biochimique des fruits de plantain (Musa paradisiaca L.) variété agnrin de Côte d'Ivoire et évaluation sensasorielle de ses produits dérivés. Journal of Applied Biosciences, 60, 4438-4447.

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  • TITLE: Hydrogen Bonds Sites of Amylose or Amylopectin from Starch at the ONION Level (B3LYP/6-311++G [d, p]: AM1)

    AUTHORS: Ablé Anoh Valentin, N’Guessan Boka Robert, Bamba El Hadji Sawaliho

    KEYWORDS: Hydrogen Bonds, Glucose, Amylose, Amylopectin

    JOURNAL NAME: Computational Chemistry, Vol.9 No.1, January 25, 2021

    ABSTRACT: The research aims to help reduce the enormous post-harvest losses of rice or bananas in Cote d’Ivoire. It focuses on the breakdown mechanism of their starch. This process contributes to their decay. This study wants to elucidate it; to do this, it analyzes the tetra or penta saccharide reactions with the water or dioxide carbon. It calculates the geometric, energetic and spectroscopic parameters at the ONIOM level (B3LYP/6-311++G [d, p]: AM1). These quantities allow establishing that oxygenrepresents the privileged hydrogen bond (HB) site for amylose with four or five D-glucose building blocks. They suggest andare respectively those of amylopectin when the latter consists of four and five D-glucose synthons. They prove that amylose deteriorates before it; the degradation of starch begins with its alteration into disaccharides. It continues with that of amylopectin into tri or tetra-saccharides with four or five building blocks.