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coagulation

Asked by ladycraft | Mar 30, 2008 | AS Level > Biology > Coursework
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ladycraft asks:

heya...what is the optimum amount of calcium ions needed for rennin to work at its maximum rate, in the coagulation of milk?

etutor answers:
No idea, an neither are you expected to! There is actually enough calcium in the milk itself, although cheese manufacturers add calcium chloride to speed things up. They don't tend to reveal their recipes and so I cannot find how much they add (it may well vary for different cheeses anyway).

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