餌料の異なる養殖ヒラメの品質評価 [in Japanese] Quality Evaluation of the Muscle of Cultured Plaice Fed with Three Different Diets [in Japanese]
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Muscle quality of plaice <i>Paralichthys olivaceus</i> fed with fresh food, dry pellet and moist pellet was evaluated with respect to proximate composition, fatty acids composition, lipid class and free amino acids composition, compared with wild plaice muscle.<br>In the muscle of plaice fed with pellets monoenes ratio was high and in wild plaice muscle the ratios of polyenes and saturates were high in comparison with the plaice fed with fresh food.<br>As for lipids class, cultured plaice contained triglyceride and phospholipid more than 90% and wild plaice contained 87% of phospholipid and mono-and diglyceride in total lipid. Taurine was contained in the highest amount in cultured and wild plaice muscle. In the muscle of plaice fed with fresh food lysine was high, and in the muscle of plaice fed with dry pellet, anserine was high, which resulted from the diet.
NSUGAF 63(3), 370-377, 1997-05-15
The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science