Terry Siebenmorgen Dr. Terry J. Siebenmorgen
University Professor and Director,
University of Arkansas Rice Processing Program

Phone: (479) 575-2841
E-mail: tsiebenm@uark.edu
Office: N-217

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Education:

• PhD: University of Nebraska, Engineering
• MS: Purdue University, Agricultural Engineering
• BS: University of Arkansas, Agricultural Engineering

Courses Taught:

FDSC 4754: Engineering Principles of Food Processing (PDF)

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Research Areas:

Rice Processing Program

• Property characterization, drying, storage, milling, and quality assessment.

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List of Recent Publications:

Siebenmorgen, T.J., R.C. Bautista, and P.A. Counce. 2007. Optimal harvest moisture contents for maximizing milling quality of long- and medium-grain rice cultivars. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 23(4):517-527.

Arthur, F.H., R.C. Bautista, and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2007. Influence of growing location and cultivar on Rhyzopertha dominica (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and Sitophilus oryzae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) infestation of rough rice. Insect Science (2007) 14, 231-239.

Bautista, R.C., T.J. Siebenmorgen, and P.A. Counce. 2007. Rice kernel dimensional variability trends. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 23(2):207-217.

Cooper, N.T.W. and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2007. Correcting head rice yield for surface lipid content (degree of milling) variation. Cereal Chemistry 84(1):88-91.

Schluterman, D.A. and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2007. Relating rough rice moisture content reduction and tempering duration to head rice yield reduction. Trans. of the ASABE 50(1):137-142.

Cooper, N.T.W., T.J. Siebenmorgen, P.A. Counce, and J.-F. Meullenet. 2006. Explaining rice milling quality variation using a historical weather data analysis. Cereal Chemistry 83(4):447-450.

Siebenmorgen, T.J., R.C. Bautista, and J.-F. Meullenet. 2006. Predicting rice physicochemical properties using thickness fraction properties. Cereal Chemistry 83(3):275-283.

Siebenmorgen, T.J., C. Jia, G. Qin, and D. Schluterman. 2006. Evaluation of Selected Rice Laboratory Shelling Equipment. Trans. of the ASABE 22(3):427-430.

Siebenmorgen, T.J., A.L. Matsler, and C.F. Earp. 2006. Milling characteristics of rice cultivars and hybrids. Cereal Chemistry 83(2):169-172.

Counce, P.A., R.J. Bryant, C.J. Bergman, R.C. Bautista, Y.-J. Wang, T.J. Siebenmorgen, K.A.K. Moldenhauer, J.-F.C. Meullenet. 2005. Rice milling quality, grain dimensions, and starch branching as affected by high night temperatures. Cereal Chemistry 82(6):645-648.

Siebenmorgen, T.J., G. Qin, and C.Jia. 2005. Influence of Drying on Rice Fissure Formation Rates and Mechanical Strength Distributions. Trans. of the ASAE 48(5):1835-1841.

Qin, G. and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2005. Harvest Location and Moisture Content Effects on Rice Kernel-to-Kernel Breaking Force Distributions. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 21(6):1011-1016.

Arthur, F. H. and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2005. Historical weather data and aeration management for stored rice in Arkansas. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 21: 1017-1020.

Boykin, J.C., T.S. Soerens, and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2005. Treatment of Rice Cooker Wastewater and Recovery of By-Products by Membrane Microfiltration. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 21(4):689-694.

Bautista, R.C. and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2005. Individual Rice Kernel Moisture Content Variability Trends. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 21(4): 637-643.

Manski, J.M., A.L. Matsler, and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2005. Influence of Storing Rough Rice with High Moisture Content on Subsequent Drying Characteristics and Milling Quality. Cereal Chemistry 82(2):204-208.

Matsler, A.L. and T.J. Siebenmorgen. 2005. Evaluation of Operating Conditions for Surface Lipid Extraction from Rice Using a Soxtec System. Cereal Chemistry 82(3):282-286.

Bautista, R.C., T.J. Siebenmorgen, R.M. Burgos, and A. Mauromoustakos. 2005. Investigations of IRRI Test Tube Mill Operating Parameters. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 21(1):105-114.

Siebenmorgen, T.J. and G. Qin. 2005. Relating Rice Kernel Breaking Force Distributions to Milling Quality. Trans. of the ASAE 48(1):223-228.

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