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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1983-046
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Investigation of key factors in the maintenance of quality from catching to consumer

5 papers have been published from this work. The FIRTA travel funds enabled the microbiologist and the engineer employed with FIRTA money to accompany the permanent staff of TFRU to a joint CSIRO-DSIR workshop on seafood technology from the 7-11th April. The workshop was held in Nelson and included...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Geelong Waurn Ponds
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1975-003
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

White spot in prawns

During the 1974 banana prawn season in the Gulf of Carpentaria, the incidence of a condition termed "white spot" was of concern to prawn processors in that area. Affected prawns were not acceptable for export because of their defective appearance. There are several possible causes of "white spot"...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Geelong Waurn Ponds
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1979-003
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Identification of compound responsible for "iodoform-like" off-flavours in prawns and other edible crustaceans

A wide variety of off-flavour problems associated with crustaceans have in the past been termed "iodoform-like". Work carried out in this Labora­tory showed that the existing off-flavour problems were complex and that the term "iodoform" could only be applied to a proportion of off-flavoured...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Geelong Waurn Ponds
Industry
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1992-075
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Effect of diet and environment on the volatile flavour components of crustaceans

The flavour of a seafood is one of several sensory properties that determines whether it is marketable and at what market price. Those species of crustaceans that possess characteristic flavours, such as the Endeavour prawn, the Royal Red prawn and the Balmain Bug have from time to time been...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Geelong Waurn Ponds
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