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Wu Y.Y.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | You G.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | Li L.H.,Ocean University of China
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering

Salted fish is a traditional Chinese aquatic product, because of its rich nutrition and the salty, sweet, unique taste and flavor, it is loved by consumers. At present, empirical traditional processing methods are adopted in enterprises that processing salted aquatic products, which have many disadvantages not only in the production scale, but also its efficiency. In order to innovate the traditional salted fish processing technology, as well as to meet the demand of modern consumers for salted fish with lower salt, richer nutrition, higher safety, better quality and flavor, this paper reviews researches on the isolation of dominant microorganisms in traditional salted fish and the application of lactic acid bacteria and other microorganisms in the salted fish processing, further, puts forward the tendency of applying modern microbial technologies to the processing of salted fish products. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015. Source

Wang Z.-H.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | Wang Z.-H.,Key Laboratory of Fishery Ecology Environment | Wang Z.-H.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | Wang X.-N.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | And 2 more authors.
Yejin Fenxi/Metallurgical Analysis

An atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of copper, lead, cadmium, zinc, chromium and nickel in seawater was established. Under the conditions of pH 4.0±0.5 and heating in a water bath, with ammonium pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate (APDC) as a chelating agent, copper, lead, cadmium, zinc, chromium and nickel were chelated quantitatively to form chelates which were extracted by MIBK, then zinc was determined by flame atomic absorption spectrometry and the other elements were determined by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry. The results showed that the detection limits for cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, nickel and zinc were 0.04, 0.3, 0.13, 0.2, 0.4 and 1.0 g/L, respectively. Certified reference seawater samples GBW (E) 080040 was analyzed, except that nickel had no certified value, the measured results of the other elements were consistent with the certified values. The method was applied to the analysis of seawater from the Pearl River estuary and the Daya Bay, with the relative standard deviations (RSD, n=7) for the measurement results of each element between 2.3% to 6.5% and the recoveries in the range of 94%-105%. Source

Wang Z.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | Wang Z.,Key Laboratory of Fishery Ecology and Environment | Wang Z.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | Wang X.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Applied Phycology

The macroalga Gracilaria lemaneiformis is an important and commercially valuable renewable resource. It is distributed widely in shallow marine waters but grows mostly on tropical or subtropical coasts. We investigated the accumulation of Cd, Cu, and Pb by live G. lemaneiformis under low concentrations. There was a positive correlation between the organisms' metal concentrations and exposure concentrations. When exposed to both Cu and Cd, the concentrations of Cu and Cd in G. lemaneiformis were higher than those exposed to solutions of Cu and Cd alone. However, the concentrations of heavy metals in G. lemaneiformis were not markedly different (p < 0.05) between the treatment groups and the control groups. We analyzed the results with nonlinear curve fitting and employed a two-compartment model to study the accumulation kinetics of heavy metals by G. lemaneiformis. The uptake rate constants and bioconcentration factors (BCFs) of the metals decreased with increased exposure concentration. The theoretical equilibrium concentrations increased significantly with the exposure concentrations. Our results suggested that G. lemaneiformis obviously accumulated heavy metals from seawater. As an important resource for food and pharmaceuticals, G. lemaneiformis should be cultivated in clear seawater. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Source

Wang Y.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | Li Z.,Kemin Industries Zhuhai Co. | Li J.,Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences | Duan Y.-F.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | And 4 more authors.
Fish and Shellfish Immunology

An eight-week feeding trial followed by an acute combined stress test of low-salinity and nitrite were performed to evaluate effects of chlorogenic acid (CGA) on growth performance and antioxidant capacity of white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. Shrimp were randomly allocated in 12 tanks (30 shrimp per tank) and triplicate tanks were fed with a control diet or diets containing different levels of CGA (100, 200 and 400mgkg-1 feed) as treatment groups. Growth performance including weight gain (WG), biomass gain (BG), feed conversion ratio (FCR), and feed intake were determined after feeding for 56 days. Antioxidant capacity were evaluated by determining the activity of total antioxidant status (TAS), superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px), catalase (CAT) as well as the gene expression of GSH-Px and CAT in the hepatopancreas of shrimp at the end of feeding trial and again at the end of the combined stress test. The results indicated that supplemention of CGA had no significant effects on the growth performance and the activities of TAS, SOD, GSH-Px and CAT in hepatopancreas of shrimp cultured under normal conditions for 56 days. However, compared with the control group, CGA (200, 400mgkg-1 feed) significantly improved the resistance of L.vannamei against the combined stress of low-salinity and nitrite, as indicated by the significant (P<0.05) higher survival, higher activities of TAS, GSH-Px and CAT, as well as higher transcript levels of GPx and CAT gene in shrimp treated with CGA in the combined tress test. Our findings suggested that CGA possessed dual-modulatory effects on antioxidant capacity of L.vannamei and could be a potential feed additive that can enhance shrimp resistance against environmental stresses. The recommended application dosage is 200mgkg-1 and further studies are needed to clarify the action model of CGA efficiency. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. Source

Ke C.-L.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | Ke C.-L.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | Wang Z.-H.,CAS South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute | Wang Z.-H.,Key Laboratory of Aquatic Product Processing | And 10 more authors.
RSC Advances

We developed a highly sensitive and specific method for determining DES residue in fish meat using gas chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry (GC-MS-MS) with a triple quadrupole analyzer (QqQ). The samples were extracted using ethyl acetate, cleaned using florisil, and derivatized using a mixture of 99% N,O-bis(trimethylsilyl)trifluoroacetamide (BSTFA) and 1% trimethylchlorosilane (TMCS). The results showed that the GC-MS-MS system presented great advantages for the identification and quantitation of DES in fish meat. The limit of detection (LOD) and limit of quantification (LOQ) values were 0.0142 μg kg-1 and 0.0475 μg kg-1, respectively. The recoveries from the spiked fish samples spiked at four levels were in the range of 86.1% to 106%. The precision of the method was evaluated using the relative standard deviation (RSD) and ranged from 1.39% to 9.62%. The linear range was from 1.00 to 100 μg L-1 with good linearity (r = 0.9998). It can be concluded that the method is reliable for identifying and detecting DES residue at trace levels in aquatic products. © 2014 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Source

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