SST 1st Annual Conference Vol. I

Proceedings of the 1st Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference of the Americas.

March 8-10, 1976
Corpus Christi, Texas

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Table of Contents Page iii
Foreword Page vii
List of 1977 Elected Officers Page ix
1976 Conference Registration List Page xi
The Value of Technology to the Seafood Industry Page 1
The Fao Programme of Cooperative Research in Tropical Fish Technology Page 13
The Spoilage of Fish in the Tropics Page 23
Cellular Aspects of Reproduction in Penaeid Shrimp Page 40
Texas A&M University Shrimp Mariculture Program Page 52
Current Status of the Culture of River Shrimps of the genus Macrobrachium Page 68
Chemical and Nutritive Compostition of Shrimp Page 77
Biochemistry and Physiology of Shrimp–effect on Use as Food Page 141
Cholesterol in Crustacea Page 165
Water Migration and Dehydration in Stored Frozen Breaded Shrimp Page 180
International Standardization of Shrimp Products Page 240
Bacteriology of Shrimp Page 254
Time and Temperature Parameters for the Destruction of Samonella in Cooked, Peeled and Deveined Shrimp Page 272
Trace Elements Found in Various Species of Shrimp Harvested from Selected Areas Page 292
Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Shrimp Page 341
Analysis of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contamination in Shrimp Page 370
Sodium Bisulfite and its Residual use in Controlling Blackspot in Shrimp Page 382
Utilization of Recovered Shrimp Protein as a Pigment Source for Salmonids Page 395
The Status of the Shrimping Industry Page 412
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