Nutritional value of the protein of consumer carp Cyprinus carpio L.

  title={Nutritional value of the protein of consumer carp Cyprinus carpio L.},
  author={Krystyna A. Skibniewska and Janusz Zakrzewski and Jan Kłobukowski and H. Białowiąs and Barbara Mickowska and Janusz Guziur and Zbigniew Walczak and J{\'o}zef Szarek},
  journal={Czech Journal of Food Sciences},
Skibniewsk K.A., Zakrzewski J., Klobukowski J., Bialowiąs H., Mickowska B., Guziur J., Walczak Z., Szarek J. (2013): Nutritional value of the protein of consumer carp Cyprinus carpio L. Czech J. Food Sci., 31: 313–317. The nutritional value of the protein of carp from breeding technologies currently employed in Poland (semi-extensive, low-intensive and high-intensive ones) was evaluated. The total protein content was from 16.9% to 18.6% and did not diverge from the content of this nutrient in… Expand

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