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coagulation

Asked by ladycraft | Apr 5, 2008 | AS Level > Biology > Coursework
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ladycraft asks:

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

etutor answers:
I don't know and you don't have to. There is enough calcium in the milk itself, but cheese manufacturers add calcium chloride to speed things up. They don't tend to reveal how much, though, and it probably varies from cheese to cheese.

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