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Robert T. (Bob) Tyler Associate Dean Research and Graduate Studies

2D30 - Agriculture Building

Research Area(s)

  • Crop utilization


Food and Bioproduct Sciences, College Administration


  • Ph.D., University of Saskatchewan
  • B.Sc. (Agriculture), University of Saskatchewan

Selected Publications

M. Hassas-Roudsari, P.R. Chang, R.B. Pegg and R.T. Tyler, 2009. Antioxidant capacity of bioactives extracted from canola meal by subcritical water, ethanolic and hot water extraction. Food Chemistry, 114, 717-726.

M. Matus-Cadiz, T.E. Daskalchuk, B. Verma, D. Puttik, R.N. Chibbar, G.R. Gray, C.E. Perron, R.T. Tyler and P. Hucl, 2008. Phenolic compounds contribute to dark bran pigmentation in hard white wheat. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 56, 1644-1653.

S. Emami, L.G. Tabil, R.T. Tyler and W.J. Crerar, 2007. Starch-protein separation from chickpea flour using a hydrocyclone. Journal of Food Engineering, 82, 460-465.

J. Mercader, H. Barton, J. Gillespie, J. Harris, S. Kuhn, R. Tyler and C. Boesch, 2007. 4,300-Year-old chimpanzee sites and the origins of percussive stone technology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104, 3043-3048.

N. Lindeboom, P.R. Chang and R.T. Tyler, 2004. Analytical, biochemical and physicochemical aspects of starch granule size, with emphasis on small granule starches: a review. Starch, 56, 89-99.


Lecture courses:

• AGRC 112.3 Agricultural Science II 
• PLSC 420.3 Grain Chemistry and Technology
• FABS 345.3 Unit Operations in Food Processing

Graduate courses:

• PLSC 804.3 Processing and Analysis of Grain Crops