Effects of Blast-Freezing and Glazing on Microbiological Changes of Skinless and Skinned Tench (Tinca Tinca L. 1758) Fillets During Frozen Storage (-18?C) (Report) - Pakistan Journal of Zoology

Effects of Blast-Freezing and Glazing on Microbiological Changes of Skinless and Skinned Tench (Tinca Tinca L. 1758) Fillets During Frozen Storage (-18?C) (Report)

By Pakistan Journal of Zoology

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-08-31
  • Book Genre: Life Sciences
  • Author: Pakistan Journal of Zoology
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Effects of Blast-Freezing and Glazing on Microbiological Changes of Skinless and Skinned Tench (Tinca Tinca L. 1758) Fillets During Frozen Storage (-18?C) (Report) Pakistan Journal of Zoology read online review & book description:

Byline: Ilkan Ali Olgunoglu - Email:ilkanali@yahoo.com Abstract - In this study, we have investigated the potential changes in the number of total and psychotrophic microorganisms, coliform, E. coli, S. aureus, Salmonella spp. and Listeria spp. in the fillet of skinned and skinnless tench fish, which were treated in three different ways and cold-stored for six months. It was concluded that freezing and storing procedures could not destroy the microorganisms totally, and as the best way to inhibit the improvement of microorganisms, one should apply glaze method after treating fish skinnless.

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