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DeWitt, Christina A. Mireles [2000-01-20]
SUBJECT: fishery processing; fishery products; surimi
An investigation of the effects of nutritional status on the action of insulin in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
Ablett, Richard F. [1981-11-24]
Three studies were conducted to evaluate the relationship betweeninsulin and nutritional parameters in rainbow trout. In the first studyeffects on growth parameters and tissue composition of rainbow trout wereinvestigated following injection of bovine insulin at two dose levelsevery 48 hr for 56 days. In addition, [¹⁴C]-leucine incorporation intoplasma, liver, and skeletal muscle was studied f ...
SUBJECT: animal nutrition; rainbow trout
Qualitative evaluation of the proteolytic activity in the muscle of Pacific whiting (Merluccius productus)
Erickson, Marilyn C. [1980-12-15]
The proteolytic enzymes in the muscle fluid of Pacific whiting(Merluccius productus) were studied and compared to those found in musclefluid of true cod (Gadus macrocephalus). Preliminary studies indicatedthree pH optima of activity for whiting, pH 3.5-3.9, 4.3-4.6 and 7.1-7.2.Only two pH optima were found for the proteolytic activity of true cod,pH 3.2-3.6 and 7.7-8.0.The sarcoplasmic fluid o ...
SUBJECT: pacific hake
Haight, Lynn Ellen [1980-05-23]
Several compounds have been shown to induce the mixed functionoxidase enzyme system of animals, and also to inhibit tumor formation.Included in this category are several vegetables and isolatedvegetable components from the Cruciferae family. In thisstudy rainbow trout were fed blanched freeze-dried cauliflower,broccoli, or Brussel sprouts at the 20% supplemental level for twomonths, or 500 ppm ...
SUBJECT: cruciferae; rainbow trout
The use of liposomes as encapsulating agents for feeding juvenile Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas)
Parker, Robert S. [1980-10-17]
The ingestion, uptake, and metabolism of liposomes by juvenilePacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) were studied by several methods inan effort to assess their potential as encapsulating agents. Liposomescomposed of egg phosphatidylcholine-cholesterol-stearylamine (7:1:2)formed readily and appeared stable in 20°/oo seawater. Radiotracerstudies with liposomes made with ¹⁴C-labeled cholesterol or ...
SUBJECT: oyster culture; liposomes
Effect of various parameters on in vivo Aflatoxin B₁ binding to rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) liver DNA
Whitham, Mark [1980-05-23]
Aflatoxin B₁ (AFB₁,) is a potent liver carcinogen to a numberof animal species including rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri).Microsomal activation is required for the in vitro conversion ofAFB, to a reactive metabolite, thought to be the AFB₁,-2,3-oxide,which will bind nucleic acids, produce toxicity, and cause mutagenesis.Nucleic acid-AFB₁ adduct formation is believed to bean indication of cancer ...
Dustrude, Ann Marie [1981-09-08]
A study of nutrient intakes was conducted on the SouthwestOregon non-reservation Indian population during June and July of1980. Participating households were selected by random methods froma Southwest Oregon Indian Health Project listing of Indianhouseholds in the six-county area. Twenty-four-hour dietary recallswere obtained by interview method from 504 individuals, representing226 Indian hou ...
SUBJECT: indians of north america -- oregon -- nutrition
Aflatoxin mutagenesis and metabolism and their dietary modification in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
Coulombe, Roger A. [1982-09-17]
Aflatoxin B₁ (AFB₁) is a mold-produced toxin which has been shownto be a potent hepatocarcinogen in many animal species. Of thespecies studied thus far, rainbow trout have proven to be the mostsensitive. Experiments were conducted to investigate various aspectsof AFB₁ metabolism in this species, including in vitro mutagenesis,and effects of dietary modifiers of AFB, carcinogenesis on in vitrom ...
SUBJECT: rainbow trout
Madero, Carlos F. [1977-12-02]
The effect of round shrimp post-catch age on the frozen shelf-lifecharacteristics of processed cooked meat was evaluated. Refrigeratedshrimp, one, three, and five days post-catch, were cooked,mechanically peeled, frozen at -29°C and held for a period of twelvemonths at -18°C. At three month intervals, samples were subjected tochemical and sensory evaluation. Levels of trimethylamine oxide(TMAO ...
SUBJECT: frozen shrimp
Petchsing, Urairatana [1982-08-20]
Effect of 6.0% polyphosphate treatment on microbial growth andcomposition of microbial flora of three representative seafoods wereinvestigated.Polyphosphate treatment washed off microorganisms by 1 log inpeeled shrimp (10⁷ to 10⁶ and 10⁶ to 10⁵) and cooked crab meat (10⁶to 10⁵) and by 2 logs in red snapper fillet (10⁶ to 10⁴). Phosphatetreatment more readily washed off Pseudomonas sp. and Mora ...
SUBJECT: phosphates; seafood -- microbiology