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Definition of the noun ropiness

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noun - plural: ropinesses

  1. the property of being cohesive and sticky

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Google previewThe American Produce Review (1921)

Probably the most interesting point in connection with the distribution of the germs producing ropiness is that it seems to be preesnt in the milk of most milk dealers. In other words, this germ is a regular and active member of the bacterial flora ...

Google previewHandbook of Food Products Manufacturing (2007)

Health, Meat, Milk, Poultry, Seafood, and Vegetables by Y. H. Hui, PhD

Ropiness is a defect characterized by a stringy, mucilaginous texture. This is most often a result of excessive production of exopolysaccharides by the yogurt culture, a culture characteristic that may be desirable in moderation (Davis 1975).

Google previewA Memoir on the Cultivation of the Vine in America (1828)

And the Best Mode of Making Wine by John Adlum

Ropiness is the next disease to which thin wines are - - - * -r-..." -- 1:--> - particularly liable: It occurs in those which contain a good deal of extractive matter, and appears to result from the action of oxygen on the "...! extract, converting it into an ...

Google previewCheese Problems Solved (2007)

by P L H McSweeney

Alichanidis Ropiness is a defect of the brine surrounding the cheese in the package and is not usually associated with undesirable organoleptic properties, although it affects the appearance of the cheese, making it unappealing to the ...

Google previewThe Creamery and Milk Plant Monthly (1921)

a: s 1: Probably the most interesting point in connection with the distribution of the germs producing ropiness is that it seems to be present in the milk of most milk dealers. In other words, this germ is a regular and active member of the bacterial ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1824)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved

Ropiness is a disease almost peculiar to the wines of Champagne, and its chemistry is very obscure. It is not a destruction of the wine, although it ...

Google previewModern Food Microbiology (2005)

by James M. Jay, Martin J. Loessner, David A. Golden

Ropiness is a condition sometimes seen in ...

Google previewHandbook of Food Products Manufacturing, 2 Volume Set (2007)

by Nirmal Sinha, Ph.D.

Ropiness is a defect characterized by a stringy, mucilaginous texture. This is most often a result of excessive production of exopolysaccharides by the yogurt culture, a culture characteristic that may be desirable in moderation (Davis 1975).

Google previewCassell's household guide (1869)

by Cassell, ltd

Ropiness is a disease to which white wines are more especially subject, and when it occurs a quantity of stringy matter is found floating in the wine. It is desirable to precipitate this substance with isinglass, and to rack the wine off ; a little tannin ...

Google previewHandbook of Animal-Based Fermented Food and Beverage Technology, Second Edition (2016)

by Y. H. Hui, E. Özgül Evranuz

Finally, ropiness is a defect of the brine in the package and is not usually associated with undesirable organoleptic properties, although it affects the appearance of the cheese and thus predisposes the consumer negatively. The rising of the ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1842)

Bopineslof Ropiness is a disease almost peculiar to the wines of Champagne, and its chemistry is very obscure. It is not a and which is that by which the fermentation is maintained. It is conceived to arise from the action of oxygen on this ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology, Four-Volume Set (2000)

by Martin Alexander, Barry R. Bloom, David A. Hopwood, Roger Hull, Barbara H. Iglewski, Allen I. Laskin, Stephen G. Oliver, Moselio Schaechter, William C. Summers

Any stage Off-flavors Haze Ropiness Acidification Pediococcus spp. Inoculation Off-flavors Fermentation Haze Aging Ropiness Acidification Acetic acid bacteria Open fermenters Off-flavors Packaging Haze Surface pellicles Ropiness Hafnia ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Brewing (2013)

ropiness. A symptom of bacterial spoilage of beers, often of draught cask beers in public houses, which appears, with other symptoms such as turbidity and surface pellicles, in the form of 'strings'. The latter are a consequence of the ability of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Fermented Fresh Milk Products: An International Inventory of Fermented Milk, Cream, Buttermilk, Whey, and Related Products (1992)

by Joseph A. Kurmann, Jeremija L. Rasic, Manfred Kroger

ropiness, slight: Bulgaricus ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)

Any stage Off-flavors Haze Ropiness Acidification Pediococcus spp. Inoculation Off-flavors Fermentation Haze Aging Ropiness Acidification Acetic acid bacteria Open fermenters Off-flavors Packaging Haze Surface pellicles Ropiness Hafnia ...

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of the English Language, ... To which is Prefixed, a Prosodial Grammar. By Thomas Sheridan .. The Sixth Edition (1796)

Ropiness,. rő. pý-nis. f. Vifcofity;. gluttinoufnefs. - Ropemaker, röpe-måke-ủr. f. One who makes ropes to fell. Ropery, röpe-ủr-}. f. Rogue's tricks. Not used. Ropetrick, röpe-trik. f. Tricks that deferve the halter. An old cant word. Ropewalk ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

* ROPINESS. n.s.. [from ropy.] Wiscofity; glutinousness. ROPISH, adj. Ropy; tending to ropiness. * ROPY. adj.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp (1816)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

* ROPINESS. n./..[from reft.] Viscosity ; glu- tinousnese. ROPISH, adj. Ropy; tendings to ropiness. * ROPY. adj .

Google previewUre's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines (1878)

Containing a Clear Exposition of Their Principles and Practice by Andrew Ure, Robert Hunt

Ropiness or Viscidity of Wines. — The cause of this phenomenon, which renders wine unfit for drinking, was altogether unknown, till M. Francois, an apothecary of Nantes, demonstrated that it was owing to an azotised matter, analogous to ...

Google previewThe American Encyclopedia of Practical Knowledge Containing Practical and Systematic Treatises on Subjects Connected with the Interests of Every Individual, Alphabetically Arranged, and Especially Designed for Popular Use ... (1886)

by F. M. Chapman, Charles C. Chapman

Take one pound finely shredded T0 REMEDY ROPINESS IN WINE. Use one pound of bruised berries of the mountain ash, somewhat unripe, stir well in each barrel of wine, agitate, leave to repose a day, and then rack off. Wines after having ...

Google previewAn Elementary Dictionary, Or, Cyclopaediae, for the Use of Maltsters, Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, Vinegar Manufacturers, and Others (1838)

by George Adolphus Wigney

Ropiness is therefore a costly proof of the effect of carelessness, or of the want of that knowledge, which is necessary to induce the adoption of proper measures to prevent its occurrence. Ropiness may be removed from beer with facility, and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines ... (1858)

by Andrew Ure

— Every one is acquainted with this spontaneous modification of white wine and ale, which gives them a stringy or oily aspect, and is called in French graisu, or fat of wines, and in English the ropiness of beer.

Google previewA Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines (1864)

Containing a Clear Exposition of Their Principles and Practice. Illustrated with Nearly Sixteen Hundred Engravings on Wood. Reprinted Entirely from the Last Corrected and Greatly Enl. English Ed

Ropiness is a morbid state of beer, which is best remedied, according to Mr. Black, by putting the beer into a vat with a false bottom, and adding, per barrel, 4 or 5 pounds of hops, taken gradually away after the first boilings of the worts; and to ...

Google previewWebster's Elementary-school Dictionary (1914)

Abridged from Webster's New International Dictionary, 900 Illustrations by Noah Webster

ROPINESS. ROUND. Wild Rose. Reduced. united hy braiding, twining, etc. ; as, a ropeol onions. 3 A viscous or glutinous formation in a liquid. — v.t. [1] 1. To bind, fasten, or tie, with a rope. 2. To divide off by a rope ; as, to rojic off a space. 3.

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