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Agricultural Research Service

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Eldwin Leon St Cyr (Saint)
Commodity Utilization Research
Food Processing Equipment Operator

Phone: (504) 286-4435
Fax: (504) 286-4390

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


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
How the physical forms of starch affect filterability at a carbonatation refinery. Part II: simulated carbonatation filtration -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Rathke, T., Naiki, J., Triplett, A., St Cyr, E. 2016. How the physical forms of starch affect filterability at a carbonatation refinery. Part II: simulated carbonatation filtration. International Sugar Journal. (2016):650-659.
Detecting adulterated commercial sweet sorghum syrups with ion chromatography oligosaccharide fingerprint profiles -
Eggleston, G., Wartelle, L., St Cyr, E. 2016. Detecting adulterated commercial sweet sorghum syrups with ion chromatography oligosaccharide fingerprint profiles. Separations. 3(20):1-16.
Mechanism of removal of undesirable residual amylase, insoluble starch, and select colorants from refinery streams by powdered activated carbons -
Lima, I., Eggleston, G., Sarir, E., Donado, C.A., Thompson, J., St Cyr, E. 2016. Mechanism of removal of undesirable residual amylase, insoluble starch, and select colorants from refinery streams by powdered activated carbons. International Sugar Journal. 118:352-362.
Novel storage technologies for raw and clarified syrup biomass feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) -
Eggleston, G., Andrzejewski, B., Cole, M., Dalley, C., Sklanka, S., St Cyr, E., Chung, Y., Powell, R. 2015. Novel storage technologies for raw and clarified syrup biomass feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench). Biomass and Bioenergy. 81:424-436.
Case Study: Commercialization of sweet sorghum juice clarification for large-scale syrup manufacture -
Eggleston, G., Heckemeyer, M., St Cyr, E., Wartelle, L. 2016. Case Study: Commercialization of sweet sorghum juice clarification for large-scale syrup manufacture. Sugar Tech. 18(3):249-257.
Investigation of the stabilization and preservation of sweet sorghum juices -
Eggleston, G., DeLucca, A., Sklanka, S., Dalley, C., St. Cyr, E., Powell, R. 2015. Investigation of the stabilization and preservation of sweet sorghum juices. Industrial Crops and Products. 64:258-270.
Use of activated carbons to remove undesirable residual amylase from factory and refinery streams -
Eggleston, G., Vawda, A., Zatlokovicz Iii, J., Lima, I.M., St Cyr, E.L. 2014. Use of activated carbons to remove undesirable residual amylase from factory and refinery streams. In: Proceedings of the 2014 Sugar Industry Technologists Meeting, Toronto, Canada. Vol. LXXIII:330-342.
The presence and implication of soluble, swollen, and insoluble starch at the sugarcane factory and refinery -
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.
Activity and storage of commercial amylases in the 2013 Louisiana grinding season -
Eggleston, G., St Cyr, E. 2013. Sugar Bulletin 91. In: American Sugar Cane League, Editor. Activity and storage of commercial amylases in the 2013 Louisiana grinding season. Belle Rose, LA:American Sugar Cane League. p. 21-25.
A new look at starch in the sugarcane factory and refinery: The presence of soluble and insoluble starch -
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.
The need for and development of a method to measure carry-over amylase activity in raw and refined sugars -
Eggleston, G., Gober, J., St Cyr, E. 2013. The need for and development of a method to measure carry-over amylase activity in raw and refined sugars. In: Proceedings of the Sugar Industry Technologists. 72(1050):80-99.
Development of an industrial method to quantitatively measure carry-over amylase activity in raw and refined sugars -
Eggleston, G., Gober, J., St Cyr, E. 2013. Development of an industrial method to quantitatively measure carry-over amylase activity in raw and refined sugars. International Sugar Journal. 115(1370):123-131.
Design and operation of a pilot-plant for the processing of sugarcane juice into sugar at the Southern Regional Research Center in Louisiana -
Eggleston, G., Andrzejewski, B., Alexander, C., Monge, A., St Cyr, E., Marquette, M., Solhjoo, H., Pontiff, K. 2012. Design and operation of a pilot-plant for the processing of sugarcane juice into sugar at the Southern Regional Research Center in Louisiana. International Sugar Journal. 113(1345):863-872.
Formation of Hydroxymethylfurfural in Domestic High Fructose Corn Syrup and Its Toxicity to the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) -
Leblanc, B.W., Eggleston, G., Sammataro, D., Cornett, C., Dufault, R., Deeby, T.A., St Cyr, E.L. 2009. Formation of Hydroxymethylfurfural in Domestic High Fructose Corn Syrup and Its Toxicity to the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 57:7369-7376.
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