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  • Pillai, V. K.; Lekshmy, A. (1961)
    Use of chilled water during different stages of processing of prawns helps in keeping down the bacterial load in the final frozen product.
  • Srinivasa Gopal, T.K.; Thankamma, R.; Ramachandran Nair, K.G.; Prabhu, P.V.; Madhavan, P. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1991)
    Peeling strength of kraft paper-kraft paper and kraft paper- corrugated fibreboard (CFB) bonded using 1.5% chitosan in 1% acetic acid of viscosities 20, 130 and 500 cp and starch were compared. The peeling strength between ...
  • Chakrabarti, R. (Institute of Food Science and Technology (U.K.), Blackwell Publishing, 1988)
    Small crabs are a common by-catch from shrimp trawlers at Kakinada, India, amongst which Portunus saguinolentus is the commonest. An average of 147.11 tonnes of small size P. sanguinolentus i.e., 38.48% of total crab landing ...
  • Mathen, C.; Choudhury, D.R.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1966)
    This paper reports on the relationship between the seasonal variations in the oil content of the Indian oil sardines (Sardinella longiceps) and their frozen stroage life at -18°C and on the use of various chemicals and ...
  • Edappazham, G.; Thomas, S.N.; Meenakumari, B.; Ashraf, P.M. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2005)
    Fishing sinkers from one of the most important components of fishing gear. Different materials such as baked clay, cement, stone, brick, iron, lead etc. are used as sinkers and they very in size and shape. of these, lead ...
  • Srinivasa Gopal, T.K.; Jose Joseph; Govindan, T.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1987)
    Physical properties of linear low density polythene film of 60 gauge thickness and its suitability as packaging material in frozen fish industry was studied in comparison with conventional 100 gauge low density polythene ...
  • Chakrabarti, R. (Institute of Food Science and Technology (U.K.), Blackwell Publishing, 1989)
    The present study was undertaken to select a dense medium suitable for isolating the meat from small shrimps as stable, low-cost , intermediate-moisture-meat flakes for use as a food ingredient.
  • Ravishankar, C.N.; Setty, T.M.R.; Shetty, T.S. (1994)
    The freshness of mackerel (Rastrelliger kanagurta), oil sardine {Sardinella longiceps), common shark (Scoliodon laticadus), croaker (Johnius sp.). lizard fish (Saurida tumbil) and seer fish (Scomberomorws commerson), ...
  • Chakrabarti, R.; Gupta, S.S.; Rao, C.V.N. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1998)
    Survival rate and damage to skin of Clarius batrachus during live storage in water containing tranquilizer tricaine methane sulphonate (M.S.222) at 0, 40, 50 and 60 ppm were studied. 50 ppm M.S.222 was found ideal for ...
  • Subrata Basu (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1990)
    Sodium tripolyphosphate can be used with several advantages in dried products prepared from minced fish. It lowers the water activity (aw) of the product and has got bactericidal property. It increases hydration of the ...
  • Ravindran, K. (Fishery Survey of India, Mumbai (India), 2004)
    The 320 km Indian Exclusive Economic Zone covers an area of 2.02 million km^2 with an estimated potential yield of 3.9 million tonnes of fish per annum. Of this nearly 50 is reported to be in the inshore waters and the ...
  • Prabhu, P.V.; Joseph, J.; Madhavan, P. (J.V.H Dixitula, 1988)
    The following is a brief description of the method found suitable for processing Indian Jelly fish.
  • Nair, L.A.; Prabhu, P.V. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1980)
    Commercial frog waste samples have been converted into meals by cooking at 0.7 kg/sq. em for 30 min, draining off the stick water and drying the press cake either in the sun, tunnel dryer under controlled conditions or ...
  • Madhavan, P.; Ramachandran, K.G. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1974)
    A process is described for the preparation of chitosan from prawn waste. The process involves extraction of protein using 0.5% sodium hydroxide solution, bleaching the protein free mass with bleach liquor containing ...
  • Kaimal, M. N. N.; Madhavan, P. (1967)
    The possibility of using sardine oil as a raw material for the preparation of dark factice for use as a filler in rubber compounding has been studied. It has been found that a product resembling commercial factice in ...
  • Madhavan, P.; Unnikrishnan Nair, T.S. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1973)
    Oil sardine Sardinella longiceps stands out as the single largest pelagic fishery in India contributing to about 30% of total marine fish landings. Commensurate with the volume of the fishery, efforts at proper utilization ...
  • Mathew, P.T.; Balachandran, K.K. (J.V.H Dixitula, 1990)
    Anywhere along the landing areas there is no organised industry at present based on complete utilization of shark. The prospects of utilization of shark- its meat as also other parts are discussed here.
  • Jose Joseph; Prabhu, P.V.; Madhavan, P. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1987)
    The squid waste which includes head, tentacles, viscera, fin, skin and pen amounts to 52 % of the whole weight and is discarded at present. A method has been worked out for the conversion of squid waste into meal. The ...
  • Valsan, A.P.; Unnikrishnan Nair, T.S. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1976)