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    • Foreign meat identification by DNA breed assignment for the Chinese market 

      Rogberg Muñoz, Andres; Shuai, Wei; Ripoli, María Verónica; Boli, Guo; Carino, Mónica Herminia; Castillo, Nadia Sabiela; Villegas Castagnasso, Egle Etel; Liron, Juan Pedro; Morales Durand, Hernán F.; Melucci, Lilia Magdalena; Villarreal, Edgardo Leopoldo; Peral Garcia, Pilar; Yimin, Wei; Giovambattista, Guillermo (Elsevier, 2014-12)
      Methods for individual identification are usually employed for traceability, whereas breed identification is useful to detect commercial frauds. In this study, Chinese Yellow Cattle (CYC) samples plus data from six Bos ...
    • Genetic and management factors affecting beef quality in grazing Hereford steers 

      Melucci, Lilia Magdalena; Panarace, M.; Feula, P.; Villarreal, Edgardo Leopoldo; Grigioni, Gabriela Maria; Carduza, Fernando Jose; Soria, Liliana A.; Mezzadra, Carlos Alberto; Arceo, Maria E.; Papaleo Mazzucco, Juliana; Corva, Pablo Marcelo; Irurueta, Martin; Rogberg Muñoz, Andres; Miquel, María Cristina (Elsevier, 2012-12)
      Attributes contributing to differences in beef quality of 206 Hereford steers finished on pasture were assessed. Beef quality traits evaluated were: Warner–Bratzler meat tenderness and muscle and fat color at one and seven ...
    • Relación de la dieta con el color y la terneza de la carne vacuna. 

      Della Rosa, Maria Milagros; Papaleo Mazzucco, Juliana; Aello, Mario (UCOPress. Cordoba University Press, 2017-07-15)
      Para el consumidor de carne vacuna la calidad sensorial es importante al momento de la compra y el consumo. El color depende mayormente de la concentración de mioglobina y el pH, en tanto que la terneza está relacionada ...
    • Utilization of fluorescence spectroscopy as a novel approach to evaluate the oxidative stability in beef retail displayed 

      Pouzo, Laura Beatriz; Zaritzky, Noemi Elisabet; Pavan, Enrique; Rossetti, Luciana; Descalzo, Adriana Maria (Elsevier, 2016-09)
      Beef samples from grazing steers finished with different seed-supplemented diets were vacuum packaged for 3, 14 and 56 days (VC) and subsequently exposed to aerobic conditions (AE) for 0 and 5 days. Different fluorescent ...