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- Strobel, Bjarne W., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2011 v.59 no.23 pp. 12561-12568
- 2-methylisoborneol; Oncorhynchus mykiss; aquaculture systems; chemical analysis; flavor; geosmin; odor compounds; ponds; sensory evaluation; taste; trout; water content; Denmark
- ... Globally, aquaculture systems with water recirculation experience increasing problems with microbial taste and odor compounds (TOCs) such as geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol (MIB). This study investigated the content of geosmin and MIB in water and the flesh of 200 rainbow trouts from eight recirculated aquaculture systems in Denmark. TOC content in the fish flesh was measured by a dynamic headspace ...
- Strobel, Bjarne W., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2009 v.57 no.7 pp. 2862-2867
- Solanum tuberosum; potatoes; alpha-chaconine; solanine; glycoalkaloids; chemical concentration; plant development; fruits (plant anatomy); tubers; aerial parts; agricultural soils; environmental fate; risk assessment; leaching; groundwater contamination
- ... The toxic glycoalkaloids, α-solanine and α-chaconine, are present in all parts of the potato plant and are possibly transferred to the terrestrial environment. The amounts of glycoalkaloids in plant, soil, and groundwater were followed in a potato field to investigate their distribution and fate during the season. The amount of glycoalkaloids in the plants was up to 25 kg/ha during maturity and de ...