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KOYCEGIZ LAGUNUâ??NDEN AVLANAN FARKLI KEFAL (Mugilidae) TURLERININ DUYUSAL, KIMYASAL VE MIKROBIYOLOJIK KALITESININ BELIRLENMESI | Abstract
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KOYCEGIZ LAGUNUâ??NDEN AVLANAN FARKLI KEFAL (Mugilidae) TURLERININ DUYUSAL, KIMYASAL VE MIKROBIYOLOJIK KALITESININ BELIRLENMESI

Abstract

Yunus Alparslan, Cansu Metin, Hatice Hasanhocaoglu Yapici, Tacnur Baygar

In this study, it is aimed to detect the sensory, chemical and microbiological quality aspects of diffrerent mullet species that enter MuÄÂ??la KöyceÄÂ??iz Lagoon. The meat yield of each mullet is also determined. This study was conducted between July 2015 and June 2016. Meat yield, sensory, chemical (pH, total volatile base nitrogen (TVB-N), thiobarbituric acid (TBA), trimethyl-amine nitrogen (TMA-N) and microbiological (total viable bacteria, total psychrotrophic bacteria and total coliform bacteria counts) analysis were carried out for four mullet species (Mugil cephalus, Liza aurata, Liza saliens and Chelon labrosus) caught in KöyceÄÂ??iz Lagoon. M. cephalus was seen on along May and September months; L. aurata was seen on January, February, March, June, July, November and December; L. saliens was seen on May, July and August; C. labrosus was seen on January, March, May, June, July, August and September. According to results of this study; all grey mullet species were sensorially evaluated as very fresh fish (first quality) by panelists. Chemical and microbiological analysis results were found to be under the consumable limit for all mullet species. Meat yield of M. cephalus, L. aurata, L. saliens and C. labrosus was 39.60, 38.37, 47.31 and 49.56% for female and 42.40, 40.04, 44.73 and 46.51% for male, respectively.

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