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  • 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)
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • Rao, S.V.S.; Valsan, A.P.; Kandoran, M.K.; Nair, M.R. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1962)
    Humidity conditions play important role in governing the storage life of cured fish products, since mould growth and red halophile attack depend on the moisture content of the product which varies with changes in relative ...
  • Govindan, T.K. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1962)
    Icing of prawn is a very important step for maintaining good quality of the material. Prawns should be beheaded and stored well-iced immediately after they are taken out of water and should be maintained in this condition ...
  • Nair, B.R. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1962)
    The present investigation has been designed to study the effect of storage at two temperatures on the course of breakdown of lipids in oil sardine side by side with such changes as are brought out by the proteolytic action ...
  • Jacob, S.; Iyer, K.M.; Nair, M.R.; Pillai, V.K. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1962)
    In India, prawn processing industry has been assuming great importance in recent years. During the last decade, a number of prawn processing plants have sprung up in the country mainly engaged in export trade and the ...
  • Kamasastri, P.V.; Prabhu, P.V.; Rao, D.R. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1962)
    In this paper the oil collected from the same centres and few more centres were studied for their quality and storage characteristics as the data on the commercial oils are lacking in the literature.
  • Kamasastri, P.V.; Rao, D.R. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1962)
    Fishmeal is highly valued in cattle and poultry nutrition for its content of easily digestible proteins, vitamins and minerals. Extensive experiments on the chickfeeds containing fishmeal registered a better growth response ...
  • Lekshmy, A.; Govindan, T.K.; Pillai, V.K. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1962)
    The problem of evaluating the quality of frozen prawn has been the subject for detailed investigation in many countries. Standard specifications have been laid down by some of these countries for specific items of frozen ...
  • Lekshmy, A.; Govindan, T.K.; Pillai, V.K. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1962)
    A very large quantity of prawn is exported from India in the dry form mostly to countries in the South-East Asia region. Of late, this product has also found an attractive market in U.S.A. and some of ...
  • 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,
  • Rao, D.R.; Kamasastri, P.V. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1963)
    During recent years the export of frozen frog legs from Kerala and Maharashtra has increased to a great extent. Large quantities of waste materials at present being thrown into sea. In the year of 1963 roughly over 500 ...
  • Valsan, A.P. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1963)
    A highly simplified method of pickling mackerel by directly dumping split fish into saturated brine fortified with 0.25 and 0.5% propionic acid is described. By this method handling of heavy glut season landing of mackerel ...
  • Valsan, A.P. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1963)
    In this preliminary note, the salient features of the improvement in chemcal preservation of cured fish are described.
  • Banerji, S.K.; Rao, K.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (Indian), 1964)
    Investigation were conducted to find the variability of processed shrimps with respect to two quality characteristics, namely, the numbers of deteriorated and discloured pieces. Samples were collected for three days from ...
  • 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 ...
  • Mathen, C.; Lekshmy, A.; Iyer, H.K.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1964)
    The production of colour by homogenised fish material in a simplified sugar medium containing an acid indicator has been made use of for the rapid approximation of bacterial load in such products. The medium thus developed ...
  • 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 ...

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