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PROJECT NUMBER • 2010-765
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SCRC: Seafood CRC Visiting Expert and Master Classes - Dr Paw Dalgaard - SSSP and related food safety and quality software

Dr. Paw Dalgaard of the Danish Technical University is internationally recognised for his work on microbial quality, spoilage and safety of fish. His research studies are made accessible to industry through internet software that can be used to predict the growth of bacteria of interest on seafood...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1987-008
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COMPLETED

The effects of environmental factors on microbial growth in prepared seafood products and prediction of shelf life and safety

This project commenced in July 1987, with the cooperation of various sections of the fishing industry, including oyster growers and processors, salmonid farmers, and producers of value added products. For each of the products investigated, the basic research method has been to determine the...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2008-700
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COMPLETED

SCRC: PhD : Protecting the Safety and Quality of Australian Oysters using Predictive Models Integrated with ‘Intelligent’ Cold Chain Technologies

Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a bacterial species indigenous to marine environments and can accumulate in oysters. Some V. parahaemolyticus strains are pathogenic and seafoodborne outbreaks are observed worldwide. This pathogen can reach infectious levels in oysters if post-harvest temperatures are not...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1979-005
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Dependence of commercially import fish on krill as a food source in south-east Tasmania

This final report on the project describes data on stomach contents of major fish predators of the euphausiid Nyctiphanes australis. The study has concluded that: size and stock of krill and its production can be calculated with some degree of confidence; major predators of adult krill can be...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Environment
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-766
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

SCRC: SCRC Honours Scholarship H 3.4 - Development of Near-Infra Red method to detect and control microbial spoilage (Dr Shane Powell: Student Ms Nthabiseng Tito)

Spoilage of fresh fish products by the action of bacteria is one of the main causes of the short shelf-life of these products. A range of bacteria are responsible for this and are referred to collectively as "spoilage bacteria". Currently methods to detect both spoilage of the product and the...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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