Fish Processing

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  • Kamasastri, P. V.; Prabhu, P. V. (1963)
    A method for the preparation of high quality protein from prawn shell waste is described. The yield of the protein from the shell waste is 5-6 per cent and its pepsin digestibility is 97-911 per cent,
  • Valsan, A. P.; Rajendranathan Nair, M.; Rao, S. V. S. (1961)
    The possibilities of employing chemical preservatives as adjuncts to the conventional methods of preserving cured fish have been explored. Of the various chemicals tried, propionic acid was found to be most promising ...
  • 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.
  • Kamasastri, P. V.; Prabhu, P. V. (1961)
    A process is reported for the recovery of chitin from prawn shell waste and its conversion to glucosamine hydrochloride. The yield of glucosamine hydrochloride obtained is about 10 per cent on the weight of the shell waste.
  • Kuriyan, G. K.; Cecily, P. J. (1961)
  • Kamasastri, P. V.; Prabhu, P. V. (1963)
    A method for the preparation of high quality protein from prawn shell waste is described. The yield of the protein from the shell waste is 5-6 per cent and its pepsin digestibility is 97-911 per cent,
  • Valsan, A. P.; Rajendranathan Nair, M.; Rao, S. V. S. (1961)
    The possibilities of employing chemical preservatives as adjuncts to the conventional methods of preserving cured fish have been explored. Of the various chemicals tried, propionic acid was found to be most promising ...
  • 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.
  • Kamasastri, P. V.; Prabhu, P. V. (1961)
    A process is reported for the recovery of chitin from prawn shell waste and its conversion to glucosamine hydrochloride. The yield of glucosamine hydrochloride obtained is about 10 per cent on the weight of the shell waste.
  • Kuriyan, G. K.; Cecily, P. J. (1961)