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  • Baiju, M.V.; Edwin, L. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, India, 2016)
  • Nambiar, V.N.; Surendran, P.K. (Cochin University of Science And Technology, 1998)
    Salmonella serotypes isolated from fish were found to have tolerance to a wide range of pH and sodium chloride concentration. They were found to grow at ph levels as low as 3.5 and as high as 10.6. Growth was observed upto ...
  • Varma, P.R.G.; Choudhury, D.R.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1969)
    The paper gives an account of factors controlling the drained weight in canned prawn.The most important among them are concentration of brine used for blanching and blanching time which are found to be fixed and specific ...
  • Choudhuri, D.R.; Iyer, T.S.G.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1970)
    Probable sources of contamination of raw, blanched and processed meat at various stages of handling and methods for their rectification have been described in the paper . Inter-relationship between absolute sterility and ...
  • Mathen, C.; Choudhury, D.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1965)
    Results of the studies carried out to elucidate the factors influencing colour production from the sugar medium used for the rapid approximation of bacterial counts in fishery products are reported. The effect of particle ...
  • Iyer, T.S.G. (Seafod Export Association of India, 1983)
    An attempt has been made for the study of faecal indiacator bacteria.
  • Iyer, T.S.G. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2000)
    The bacterial quality of a processed food material depends , to a great extent, on the sanitary conditions of the processing unit. the necessity for a bacterium that will indicate the extent of sanitation had long been ...
  • Lekshmy, A. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1964)
    The rate of survival of different types of faecal indicator organisms like Escherichia coli, enterococci etc. during freezing and frozen storage has been studied. Peeled and deveined prawns inoculated with a mixed culture ...
  • Lekshmy, A.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1964)
    A general survey carried out on several brands of frozen prawn products has shown that along with the standard plate count (SPC), the numbers of pathogenic organisms like Escherichia coli, enterococci and coagulase positive ...
  • Visnuvinayagam, S.; Binsi, P.K.; Viji, P. (CIFT, 2013)
  • Iyer, T.S.G.; Mathew, A.; Joseph, A.C.; Rao, K.K.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1973)
    Present limit of Faecal streptococci as 1 001g . i n fresh frozen shrimp was found to be too strict a standard for commercially prepared products . Statistical analysis of the data collected indicates that fixing the ...
  • Edwin, L. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2002)
    The term fishery vessels used in this paper comprises mobile floating objects of any kind and size operating in fresh water, brackish water and marine areas, used for catching, transporting, landing, preserving and / or ...
  • Sanjeev, S.; Surendran, P.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1996)
    Enterotoxin A,B,C,D and E producing strains of Staphylococcus were innoculated into dressed Barracuda fish (Sphyraena sp.) salted(3:1) for 48 h and dried in the sun for 3 days. The total bacterial count, S. aureus count ...
  • Nair, P.G.V.; Gopakumar, K. (wiley, 1978)
    Fatty acid composition of five species of freshwater fish, three marine fish and seven brackish water fish were determined by GLC. Of the saturated fatty acids C SUB-16:0 and C SUB-18:0 are found to be the dominant ones ...
  • Gopakumar; Nair, R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1975)
    The result of study on fatty acid composition of anchoviella and thrissocilers show that the polyunsaturate fatty acids,eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid are the two major fatty acids in the phospolipid fraction ...
  • Gopakumar, K.; Nair, M. R. (1972)
    Tropical fish oils were found to be relatively saturated. The species examined showed wide variations in myristic acid (2 to 11.3), palmitic (20 to 35) stearic (7 to 16), C18:1 (7.9 co 24), C20:5 (1 to11) and C22:6 (2 ...
  • Ramachandran Nair, K.G.; Gopakumar, K. (1977)
    The fatty acid composition of the body fat of 11 species of marine fish was determined. Lipids were found to be rich in 20:5 and 20:6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, 18:1 a generally the dominating monounsaturated acid and ...
  • Nair, P.G.V.; Nair, M.R. (Society of Fishery Technologists (India), 1982)
    Monthly variation in the fatty aid composition of muscle and skin lipids of oil sardine (<i>sardinella longiceps), for a period of two years ar presented. Data shows wide variations in the proportions of the various acids ...
  • Gopakumar, K (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1975)
    Fatty acid composition of freshwater fish tilapia, (Tilapia mosambica), barbus (Barbus carnaticus) and Varal (Ophicephalus)is determined by gas-liquid chromatography .Varal contained the highest amount of C20:5 acid compared ...
  • Mohanty, B.P.; Paria, P.; Mahanty, A.; Behera, B.K.; Suseela Mathew; Sankar, T.V.; Sharma, A.P. (2012)
    Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) consumption is known to be associated with a number of health benefits and fish oils, especially marine, are rich in PUFAs. Tenualosa ilisha, a highly preferred food fish in South-Asian ...