SST 20th Annual Conference

Proceedings of the 20th Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference of the Americas.

November 5-8, 1995
Humacao, Puerto Rico

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Building Strategic Partnerships for Aquatic Foods Initiatives Page 204
Design of an Automated Quality Evaluation Device for Shrimp Page 210
Qualities of Fresh and Previously Marinated Shrimp Page 218
Dipstick Tests for Biogenic Amines Page 233
A Rapid, Easily Used Test Kit to Determine Histamine Concentrations in Fish Page 242
Immunologic Approaches to the Identification of Fish Proteins: Towards Species-specific 'Field-Kits' for Studies in Ecology and Seafood Technology Page 254
How Consumer Education Affects Attitudes Towards Food Irradiation Page 261
Bighead Carp: Assessment of Two Potential Canned Products Page 263
Properties of Surimi Made from Tilapia Page 273
Consumer Survey of Pond Raised Catfish to Establish Standard Level of Flavor Acceptability

Page 290
Evaluation of Commercial Irradiation and Other Processing Methods for Vibrio vulnificus Control in Louisiana Oysters Page 300
Vibrio vulnificus: Past, Present, and Future Control Strategies Page 311
Use of “Cool Pasteurization” to Control Vibrio vulnificus in Raw Shell-stock Oysters Page 319
Satisfying Puerto Rico’s Demand for Seafood with a Vision of the Future Using Food Sciences and Related Technology: University of Puerto Rico Initiatives Page 324
Safety Concerns in the Use of Modified Atmosphere Packaging in Seafood Products: A Review

Page 327
Utilization of Waste Tilapia in the Production of a Sardine Substitute Page 334
FDA Seafood HACCP Initiative Page 338
Report on Food Protection Activities of the Pan American Health Organization Page 343
FDA’s Regional Programs Page 343
Report on the Technical Cooperation Activities of the Pan American Health Organization on Ciguatera and Other Marine Toxins Page 344
Yeasts: Microorganisms with the Competitive Edge in Preserved Seafood Page 345
Characteristics of Breaded Popcorn Shrimp Packaged in Modified Atmosphere Thermoformed Containers during Seven Months of Frozen Storage Page 346
Storage Characteristics of Cryogenically and Blast Frozen Blue Crab Meat Held in Improved Packaging for Ten Months of Storage (Preliminary) Page 347
Biogenic Amines in Seafood Page 347
Immunoanalysis of Histamine Page 348
Per Capita Fish and Shellfish Consumption in Florida Page 348
Analytical Methods to Ensure Seafood Safety and Seafood Quality Page 349
Application of Microplate Receptor Assays to the Detection of Biotoxins in Seafoods Page 349
Application of Cell-Based Assays for Detection of Ciguatoxins and Related Toxins Page 350
Methods for the Determination of Ciguatoxins Page 350
Oxygen-derived Free Radicals and Lipid Peroxidation as Potential Cellular Mechanisms Involved in Ciguatera Fish Poisoning Page 351
Testing Fish and Shellfish: Practicality, Technicality, and Reality Page 352
Aquatic Biotoxins: Prevention, Control and Seafood Monitoring Programs Page 353
What You See is What You Get Page 354
Legal Aspects of Ciguatera Fish Poisoning in Puerto Rico Page 355
Vibrio vulnificus Research at the Gulf Coast Seafood Laboratory Page 355
Development of New Methods for the Detection of Pathogens in Oyster Tissues Page 356
HACCP & 3M Petrifilm Plates in the Seafood Industry Page 356
Brettanomyces claussenii as a Contributor in Yellowfin Tuna Spoilage Page 357
Effects of Temperature and Humidity on Survival of Macrobrachium rosenbergii Transported in a Non-water Environment Page 358
Use of Antioxidants in Fresh and Frozen Seafood Products Page 359
Continuous Improvement of a HACCP Program
An Update of the NMFSHACCP-Based Inspection Program
Page 359
NFI Perspective on HACCP Page 359
HACCP for Multinational Corporations Page 360
The HACCP System at Darden Restaurants, Inc. Page 360
International Aspects for HACCP Page 361
Laboratory Role in a HACCP-Based Program Page 361
Seafood HACCP Alliance Training and Education Program: An Update Page 362
Problems on Implementing HACCP in the Food Industry Page 362

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