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Cholesterol content in meat of some Cyprinidae

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Author(s): Živković Dragić L. | Perić V. | Barać Miroljub B. | Perunović Marija N.

Journal: Journal of Agricultural Sciences
ISSN 1450-8109

Volume: 47;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 179;
Date: 2002;
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Keywords: cholesterol | fish meat | season | weight

ABSTRACT
The aim of this paper was to examine cholesterol content in meat of five Cyprinidae species: white bream (Bllica bjoerkna L), carp bream (Abramis brama L), baltic vimba (Vimba vimba carinata Pallas), zope (Abramis balerus L) and crucian carp (Carassius carassius gibelio Bloch) from the river Danube. Cholesterol content was examined in the function of season factor and individual weight. Cholesterol concentration in meat of white bream carp bream, baltic vimba, zope and crucian carp is on average level below 20 mg/100 g of meat, which makes meat of these fish species nutritively very valuable. Cholesterol content is variable during the season. Its concentration in meat and in lipids is lowest during spring, during summer it increases and during autumn decreases, except in meat of white bream. Body weight has influence on cholesterol content when its concentration is expressed as % of cholesterol in lipids. Its content in lipids decreases with increasing of individual weight, except in meat of carp bream.
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