Earl Hammond

  Earl Hammond
Emeritus University Professor
Retired

     

    Education: Ph.D., Agricultural Biochemistry, University of Minnesota, 1953

    Interests: Analysis, stability, structure, metabolism and utilization of fats, oils, and lipids; flavor and odor perception and identification; and production and flavor of healthful dairy products.

    Office: 3316A Food Sciences Building
    Phone: (515) 294-5799
    Fax: (515) 294-8181
    Email: hammond@iastate.edu

Publications:


  • Hammond, E.G., P.A. Murphy and L.A. Johnson, Soy(Soya)Beans Properties and Analysis in Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition, B. Caballero, L. Trugo, and P. Finglas, eds. Academic Press, Ltd. London, 2003, pp. 5389-5392.
  • Toluenesulfonate-Acyl Esters of Ethylene Glycol and Other 1,2-Diols as Industrial Antioxidants with Cupric Ion. 2002. Jiang, Y.J., and E.G. Hammond, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 79:791-796.
  • >Ruger, C.W., E.J. Klinker, and E.G. Hammond. 2002. Abilities of Some Antioxidants to Stabilize Soybean Oil in Industrial Use Conditions, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 79:733-736.
  • Wang, T., E.G. Hammond and W.R. Fehr. 2001. Neutral and Polar Lipid Phase Transition of Soybeans with Various Saturated Fatty Acid Contents, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 78:1139-1144.
  • Wang, T., T. Harp, E.G. Hammond, J.S. Burris, and W.R. Fehr, 2001. Seed Physiological Performance of Soybeans with Altered Saturated Fatty Acid Contents. Seed Sci. Res. 11:93-97.
  • Lei Liu and E.G. Hammond 2000. The Role of Particles in the Perception of Flavors, J. Food Quality 23:521-528.
  • Yu, Liangping and Earl G. Hammond. 2000. Production and Characterization of a Swiss Cheese-Like Product from Modified Vegetable Oils, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 77: 917-923.
  • Yu, Liangping and Earl G. Hammond. 2000. The Modification and Analysis of Vegetable Oil for Cheese Making. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 77:911-915.
  • Stoltzfus, D.L., W.R. Fehr, G.A. Welke, E.G. Hammond, and S.R. Cianzio. 2000. A fap5 Allele for Elevated Palmiatate in Soybean. Crop Sci. 40:647-650.
  • Narvel, J.M., W.R. Fehr, J. Ininda, G.A. Welke, E.G. Hammond, D.N. Duvick, and S.R. Cianzio. 2000. Inheritance of Elevated Palmitate in Soybean Seed Oil, Crop Sci 40:635-639.
  • Van Gerpen, J.H., E.G. Hammond, L. Yu, and A. Monyem, 2000. Determining the Influence of Contaminants on Biodiesel Properties, in State of Alternative Fuel Technologies-1997 SAI International, Warrendale, PA.
  • Tekin, A., and E.G. Hammond. 2000. Factors Affecting the Electrical Resistivity of Soybean Oil Methyl Ester, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 77:281-283.
  • Hammond, E.G. 2000. Genetic Alteration of Food Fats and Oils in Fatty Acids in Foods and Their Health Implications 2nd Ed. C.K. Chow, ed., Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. pp. 357-374.

Patents:

  • Fehr, W.R. and E.G. Hammond, 2000. Reduced Linolenic Acid Production in Soybeans, U.S. Pat. 6,133,509.
  • Fehr, W.R., and E.G. Hammond, 2000. Elevated Palmitic Acid Production in Soybeans, U.S. Pat. 6,060,647.
  • Fehr, W.R., and E.G. Hammond. 2000. Elevated Palmitic Acid Production in Soybeans, U.S. Pat. 6,025,509.
  • Fehr, W.R., and E.G. Hammond. 1999. Soybean Vegetable Oil Possessing a Reduced Linolenic Acid Content. U.S. Patent 5,986,118.