The comparison of nutritional and microbiological quality of carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) farmed in Slovakia and Poland (Poland)
Joanna Tkaczewska , Władysław Migdał , Maria Walczycka , Piotr Kulawik , P. Bajzík
AbstractThe subject of the study was the flesh of carps and rainbow trouts bred at Slovakian and Polish farms. The influence of location and type of farming on the chemical composition, fatty acid profile and microbiological quality of fish, has been analyzed. It was expected that carp and trout differ in quality depending on location and type of farming. All chemical analyses on study material were performed according to standard methods. The study has shown that basic chemical composition of trout does not depend on the place of breeding and cultivation methods. Fatty acid profiles of carp and rainbow trout differ in quality depending on location and type of farming. It also has been found that Polish and Slovakian carps and trouts have high microbiological quality and high nutrition value.
|Publication size in sheets||0.65|
|Book||Lukić Miloš (eds.): Modern Trends in Livestock. Proceedings.10th International Symposium, 2013, Institute for Animal Husbandry, ISBN 978-86-82431-69-5, 1261 p.|
|Keywords in English||carp, trout, nutritional value, place of breeding|
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