The book entitled “Textbook on Meat, Poultry and Fish Technology” contains Part I Fresh Meat technology Chapter 1-11 containing History and development; Structure and chemistry of animal tissues; Postmortem changes- rigor mortis; Effect of transport on meat quality; PSE and DFD in meat quality; Composition, essential nutrients in meat and poultry meat; General quality characterization; Meat microbiology; Factors affecting; Tenderization; and Chemical residues. Part II Poultry and Fish Technology Chapter 12–30 contains History and development; Anti-nutrients and antibiotics effect on egg and meat; Quality identification and quality maintenance of poultry meat; Structure, chemical, nutritional and microbiological quality of poultry meat; Nutritive value, preservation and packaging techniques; Quality identification and factors influencing the quality; Pre-slaughter care, transportation, resting, fasting, ante-mortem examination; Methods of slaughter and slaughtering procedure-postmortem inspection; Yield and loss in poultry carcass component parts; Structure, nutritive value, compositional chemistry, microbiology and functional properties of eggs; Low cholesterol-cum-designer eggs; GMP, HACCP, Codex regulation for food products safety, WTO/GOI regulations; National and international regulations, Utilization of fish processing waste; Fishery resources, fishes, transportation, processing, preservation, grading standards; Post-processing value added meat for export-integration, poultry and fish processing and marketing; Storage, packaging, preservation methods; Cooking and preparation of further processed poultry and fish products. This is a dependable textbook not only for the students of all Veterinary Colleges of India, but also it serves as a helpful guide to the teaching faculty who are engaged in teaching in the area of Livestock Products Technology/Animal Products Technology/Meat Science and Technology/Food Science and Technology.
|Publisher:||Astral International Pvt. Ltd.|
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|File size:||6 MB|
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