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Geology Of India And Burma

Geology Of India And Burma

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Introduction to Fish Technology offers a clear overview of the complexities of the modern fish industry evaluating every aspect from the moment of catch to consumption. Particular attention is given to handling techniques as well as to quality assessment processing regulations nutrition and marketing

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    Introduction to Fish Technology offers a clear overview of the complexities of the modern fish industry evaluating every aspect from the moment of catch to consumption. Particular attention is given to handling techniques as well as to quality assessment processing regulations nutrition and marketing. Other factors that impact theindustry are also discussed including pollution marine mammals fish biology who catches fish and altemate user groups.The authors clarify the interrelationships of chemistry biology microbiology and engineering that relate to the study of a single commodity area. Although the focus is on North America the books techniques can be applied around the world.Chapters provide tips on how to improve the quality of seafood as well as how to price sell and promote fishery products nationwide and in- intemational markets.Legal and advisory codes are also explained.
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    Book Rights CBS Publishing
    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size NA
    Year 2017 reprint
    Edition 6\e
    Author M.S Krishnan
    About the Author M.S Krishnan
    Pages 536
    Subject Geology
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