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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rao, C.V.N.; Perigrien, P.A. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1964)
    Studies conducted in the laboratory and field have shown that iced fish can be preserved for longer periods in fresh and edible condition in conventional bamboo baskets by providing additional insulated linings of double ...
  • Kandoran, M.K.; Rao, S.V.S.; Valsan, A.P. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1964)
    Among the factors governing the quality of cured fish, purity of salt used for curing plays •an important part. Tressler reported "in 1920 that impurities such as Calcium, Magnesium and sulphate ...
  • Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1964)
    Results of preliminary studies on the use of sodium alginate as a protective N•ding for fishery products showed that several :varieties o!fishes and shell fish h ad better keeping qualities when coated ...
  • Rao, D.R.; Kamasastri, P.V. (Indian Council of Agricultural research, 1965)
    From the results of the investigation on the protein quality of the fishmeal prepared by wet and dry reduction processes it can be seen that the protein degradation in the cooked material is less compared to the uncooked ...
  • Kandoran, M.K.; Govindan, T.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1965)
    A simple method for eliminating urea almost completely from elasmobranch muscle consists in desalting the initially salted muscle in 5% brine . The initial salting removes about 58% of the urea, which occurs to the extent ...
  • Pillai, V.K.; Lekshmy, A.; Govindan, T.K.; Mathen, C.; Iyer, H.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1965)
    The paper presents the results of a bacteriological survey carried out on 2917samples of frozen prawn ,55 samples of raw material, 35 samples of water, 4 samples of ice and 42 samples of various equipments used for ...
  • Govindan, T.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1966)
    The processing of prawns has assumed very great importance in India in these days because processed prawn products have become one of the most important foreign exchange earners in our country . In the year 1964, we exported ...
  • 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 ...
  • Iyer, T.S.G.; Choudhury, D.R.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1966)
    An attempt has been made in the present study to estimate and describe in detail the nature and extent of contamination of processed fishery products. In large scale prawn processing when the preprocess preparation is ...
  • Venugopalan, V.; Govindan, T.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1967)
    The paper deals with the investigations carried o t on the preparation of odo rless fish-starch flakes sing partially deodo rised trash fish meat and different so rces of starch like corn, tapioca, maida and blackgram.It ...
  • Rao, K.K.; Pillai, V.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1967)
    A st dy on the occ rrence of defective pieces of prawns at three difFerent stages of processing of headless shell on and peeled and deveined varieties was ndertaken, each in one freezing factory . The average percentages ...
  • Kamasastri, P.V.; Doke, S.N.; Rao, D.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1967)
    It has been observed that a better frozen product can he obtained by freezing good quality pomfrets transported in insulated containers with sufficient quantity of ice . To enhance the keeping quality and to prevent ...
  • Kamasastri, P.V.; Ghadi, S.; Rao, D.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1967)
    An investigation on the q ality of pomfrets transported to Bombay from G jarat coast and its s bseq ent changes d ring storage at room temperat re and low temperat re were carried o t and the res lts reported . The ...

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