25°C 45°C 60°C
k (mPasn) n r2 k (mPasn) n r2 k (mPasn) n r2
C 3270.00 ±576.38 0.37 ±0.07 0.988 2574.7 ±139.03 0.36 ±0.01 0.991 1756.33 ±41.02 0.38 ±0.03 0.997
T1 2656.33 ±592.70 0.43 ±0.07 0.997 2288.3 ±377.99 0.38 ±0.04 0.994 1621 ±166.91 0.41 ±0.04 0.996
T2 2354.67 ±717.78 0.44 ±0.09 0.987 2180.3 ±388.97 0.44 ±0.05 0.98 1449.67 ±153.08 0.45 ±0.02 0.984
T3 1770.67 ±150.03 0.50 ±0.03 0.982 1272.8 ±454.74 0.48 ±0.03 0.96 771.43 ±202.40 0.53 ±0.01 0.997
P1 2444.00 ±129.50 0.44 ±0.04 0.979 2287.3 ±21.73 0.38 ±0.01 0.977 1494.00 ±33.87 0.42 ±0.04 0.996
P2 2023.67 ±106.61 0.46 ±0.02 0.994 1848.7 ±226.55 0.36 ±0.03 0.97 1282.33 ±116.62 0.38 ±0.02 0.998
P3 1878.83 ±281.96 0.42 ±0.04 0.993 1609 ±297.85 038 ±0.02 0.973 1091.00 ±9.00 0.39 ±0.03 0.997
*Significantly different in each group (p<0.05). **r 2 is the coefficient of determination for the power law model studied. C:Control, T:Kaldirayak, P:Purslane. 1,2 and 3 represent 10, 20 and 30% enrichment, respectively.
Table 9: Rheological parameters of the power law used to describe the flow curves of tarhana samples at different temperatures.