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Studies of determining meat quality V The usefulness of the firmness tester of N wolodkewitsch for the objective measurement of tenderness of veal and chicken meat



Studies of determining meat quality V The usefulness of the firmness tester of N wolodkewitsch for the objective measurement of tenderness of veal and chicken meat



Z Tierphysiol Tierernaehr Futtermittelkunde: 1-12



The N. Wolodkewitsch-instrument for testing the firmness of meat was investigated for measuring the softness of veal and chicken meat. The softness of veal was measured in fried samples from the longissimus dorsi muscle. The softness was tested by the organoleptic method in the same material. Investigations in cockerels were done in grilled samples of meat from breast and thigh.

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