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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Marsha Rae Cole
Commodity Utilization Research
Chemist

Phone: (504) 286-4435

BLDG 001 SRRC
1100 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD
NEW ORLEANS, LA, 70124


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Comparison of stem damage and carbohydrate composition in the stem juice between sugarcane and sweet sorghum harvested before and after late fall frost - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wang, M.L., Cole, M.R., Tonnis, B.D., Pinnow, D.L., Xin, Z., Davis, J., Hung, Y., Yu, J., Pederson, G.A., Eggleston, G. 2014. Comparison of stem damage and carbohydrate composition in the stem juice between sugarcane and sweet sorghum harvested before and after late fall frost. Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems (JSBS). 4:161-174.
A structured approach to target starch solubilization and hydrolysis for the sugarcane industry - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cole, M.R., Rose, I., Chung, Y.J., Eggleston, G. 2015. A structured approach to target starch solubilization and hydrolysis for the sugarcane industry. Journal of Food Chemistry. 166:165–172.
The presence and implication of soluble, swollen, and insoluble starch at the sugarcane factory and refinery - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cole, M., Eggleston, G., Gilbert, A., Rose, I., Andrzejewski, B., St Cyr, E., Stewart, D. 2013. The presence and implication of soluble, swollen, and insoluble starch at the sugarcane factory and refinery. International Sugar Journal. 115(1380):844-851.
A new look at starch in the sugarcane factory and refinery: The presence of soluble and insoluble starch - (Proceedings)
Eggleston, G., Cole, M., Gilbert, A., Rose, I., Andrzejewski, B., St Cyr, E., Stewart, D. 2013. A new look at starch in the sugarcane factory and refinery: The presence of soluble and insoluble starch. In: Proceedings of the Sugar Industry Technologists. 72(1066):326-339.
New commercially viable processing technologies for the production of sugar feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) for manufacture of biofuels and bioproducts - (Review Article)
Eggleston, G., Cole, M., Andrzejewski, B. 2013. New commercially viable processing technologies for the production of sugar feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) for manufacture of biofuels and bioproducts. Sugar Tech. 15(3):232-249.
Last Modified: 11/24/2014
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