The Proximate and Lipid Composition of Several Species of Freshwater Fishes

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Information concerning the chemical composition of freshwater fishes is useful to ecologists and environmentalists who are interested in determining the effects of changing biological/environmental conditions on the composition, survival, and population changes within fish species. It is also valuable to nutritionists concerned with readily available sources of low-fat, high-protein foods such as most freshwater fishes, and to the food scientist who is interested in developing them into high-protein foods while ensuring the finest quality flavor, color, odor, texture, and safety obtainable with maximum nutritive value.
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New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin
69
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1978-03
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New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
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proximate and lipid composition; freshwater fishes; several fish species
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