Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
A. J. Harrison0Preliminary assessment of a squid fishery off Tasmania.
J. Soeda, Shintani, H., Otsuki, T., Nishimura, M.1953Investigation into the natural resources of squid.
K. V. Rao1954Biology and fishery of the Palk-Bay squid, Sepioteuthis arctipinnis Gould.
G. L. Voss1960Potentialities for an octopus and squid fishery in the West Indies.
J. J. Veteikis1966Commercial fishing for squid.
T. Azcherryba1967Ground semiproducts from squid.
Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
C. H. Lyles1968Historical statistics, the squid fishery.
J. F. Waters1970The sea farmers.
Anonymous1970When squid come in, Monterey fishermen go out.
A. Pujol, J. N.1972Biological value of the protein of flying fish, cuttlefish and octopus and canned sea squid.
M. Miller, Kolhonen, J., Hall, G.1973Export opportunities for U.S. fishery products.
T. Motohiro, Sugiura S.1973Water treatment in squid processing wastes. I. Waste water quality.
Anonymous1973In search of diversified fish products to satisfy future needs.
R. L. Saffle1973The use of squid in meat emulsions.
K. Hyrniewiecka1973The processing character of squid meat, pp. 31-35 (English translation, 1977).
A. Gora, Kochanowski, J., Nodzynski, J.1973Selected problems of squid processing based on the results of research conducted by the Department of Fish Processing Technology of the Sea Fisheries Institute, pp. 42-59 (English translation, 1977).
K. Hyrniewiecka1973Ready to serve products from squid, pp. 60-65 (English translation, 1977).
A. Tomala1973Squid on the Polish market, pp. 66-70 (English translation, 1977).
C. M. Lee, Lee, T. C., Chichester, C. O.1973The potential uses of squid as a protien resource, pp. 243-244.
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
Z. Berk1974Processing squid for food.
Anonymous1974Squid imports hold many unstable elements, but import volume is on the rise each year.
Z. Berk, Pariser E. R.1974Squid processing machine.
K. Kakehata1975The history and methods of squid processing.
M. Nishimura1975Marine culture and its problems in Japan.
Anonymous1975New Zealand seminar presents hard facts on squid fishing.
Anonymous1976FIRI develops edible products from shark and squid.
K. Miwa, Ishikawa, S., Nakamura, K.1976Preservation on board.
M. Hotta1976Production, trade and consumption in cephalopods and cephalopod products.
J. Joseph, Varma, P. R. G., Venkatarama, R.1977Iced and frozen storage of squid, Loligo sp.
K. Mori, Shimano, H., Akiba, M.1977Studies on the microorganisms in salted and ripened squid meat product ("Ika-Shiokara"), I. Yeasts in ripening process of "Ika-Shiokara".
U. Nation Dev Program1977The South China Sea fisheries international cephalopod market.
Anonymous1978New Zealand squid fisheries. [combined articles]
D. Lemon1978Squid as food: the Japanese marketplace.
Anonymous1979Australian squid notes. [combined articles]
J. P. Jameson1979What's the cost of converting for squid?
Anonymous1979Fewer squid from N.Z. waters.
Anonymous1980Call for better access to Japanese squid.
W. G. Court1980Japan's squid fishing industry.
F. R. Bernard1980Preliminary report on the potential commercial squid of British Columbia.
K. Hayashi, Takagi T.1980Browning of dried seasoned squid product. II. On the color evaluation of dried seasoned squid product and examples of the method.
Anonymous1980Alcohol may help keep squid alive.
Anonymous1980Fishery statistical bulletin for South China Sea area 1978.
Anonymous1982Sea Grant engineer wins award for squid machine.
Anonymous1982Squid marketing.
M. S. B. S. A. Latif1982Malaysian squid resources.
G. Cohen1982Squid handling and processing in southern Europe, pp. 183-186.
W. G. Court1982Japan's squid market, pp. 295-316.
V. G. Jhingran1982Fish and fisheries of India, pp. 555-556, 559-560.

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