SST 11th Annual Conference

Proceedings of the 11th Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference of the Americas.

January 13-16, 1986
Tampa, Florida

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Screening of Sodium Bisulfite on Shrimp: A Modified Monier-Williams Approach Page 1
Biochemical Basis for Accelerated Melanosis in the Florida Spiny Lobster (Panulirus arqus) Page 7
Influence of Washing and Cooking on Sulfite Residuals on Treated Shrimp Page 15
Evaluation of Alternatives to Sulfiting Agents to Control Shrimp Melanosis Inhibitors in Raw Shrimp Page 23
Screening Alternatives to Sulfiting Agents as Melanosis Inhibitors Page 35
Fluctuations in Calico Scallop Production (Argopecten gibbus) Page 45
Crawfish Product Economics and Markets Page 59
Factors Influencing Crawfish Market Development Page 67
Socioeconomic Determinants of At-home Seafood Consumption Page 75
Edibility Characteristics of 40 Southeastern Finfish Species Page 89
Alternate Species — Fact or Fiction Page 115
Development of a Salted Dried Product from Selected Underutilized Fish for International Markets Page 127
The Processing of Cannonball Jellyfish (Stomolophus meleagris) and its Utilization Page 141
Recent Progress in the Production of the Soft Shell Blue Crab, Callinectes sapidus Page 147
Texture of Macrobrachium rosenbergii During Iced and Frozen Storage Page 157
A Procedure to Maintain Quality of Stone Crab (Menippe mercenaria) Claws Iced Prior to Cooking Page 177
The Use of Phosphates in the Southern Shrimp Processing Industry Page 185
Hydrolytic and Enzymatic Breakdown of Food Grade Condensed Phosphates in White Shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) Held at Different Temperatures Page 201
Microbiology of Mullet Harvested from a Brackish-water Site Page 213
Low Dose Gamma Irradiation of Vibrio cholerae in Crabmeat (Callinectes sapidus) Page 219
Transfer of a Dinoflagellate Produced Toxin to Tissues of the Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata Page 233
Seafoods: New Considerations for Coronary Artery Disease and Health Page 247
Fish Oil Research Aids Fishing Industry and Consumers Page 263
Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Fish Oils: Is the News all Good? Page 275
Helminths and Human Health: An Update on Larval Ascaridoid Nematodes in Seafood Products Page 285
Processing Menhaden for Conventional Food Products, Minced Intermediates, and Surimi Page 293

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