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ijfs12117-sup-0001-figS1.tifimage/tif2789KFigure S1. Contour plot showing the relationship of isolate yield with precipitation pH and solubilization pH.
ijfs12117-sup-0002-figS2.tifimage/tif15999KFigure S2. Water absorption of wheat germ protein at various extraction conditions (solubilization and precipitation pH).
ijfs12117-sup-0003-figS3.tifimage/tif15999KFigure S3. The fat absorption of wheat germ protein at various extraction conditions (solubilization and precipitation pH).
ijfs12117-sup-0004-figS4.tifimage/tif14663KFigure S4. The emulsifying activity and emulsifying stability of wheat germ protein at various extraction conditions (solubilization and precipitation pH).
ijfs12117-sup-0005-figS5.tifimage/tif14663KFigure S5. The foaming capacity and foaming stability of wheat germ protein at various extraction conditions (solubilization and precipitation pH).
ijfs12117-sup-0006-figS6.tifimage/tif704KFigure S6. Electrophoretic profile of wheat germ protein fractions, MW molecular weight standard.
ijfs12117-sup-0007-figS7.tifimage/tif15999KFigure S7. The surface hydrophobicity of wheat germ protein at various extraction conditions (solubilization and precipitation pH).
ijfs12117-sup-0008-tableS1.docxWord document14KTable S1. Coded levels and corresponding actual values of the 2 factor central composite design.
ijfs12117-sup-0009-tableS2.docxWord document13KTable S2. Significances of coefficients between extraction conditions (solubilisation and precipitation pH) and yield and properties of wheat germ protein.
ijfs12117-sup-0010-tableS3.docxWord document13KTable S3. Linear correlations between extraction conditions (solubilisation and precipitation pH) and yield and properties of wheat germ Protein.
ijfs12117-sup-0011-tableS4.docxWord document14KTable S4. The correlation analysis between yield and properties of wheat germ protein isolate.

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