«Scientific Journal of the Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University». Vol. 47. No 1. 2019 – download pdf


ICHTHYOLOGY. ECOLOGY


Vyacheslav A. Dubina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
V.I. Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch Russian Academy of Sciences
PhD in Geography, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Vladimir V. Plotnikov
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
V.I. Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch Russian Academy of Sciences

Doctor of Geographical Sciences, Professor 
Russia, Vladivostok
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Irina A. Kruglik
V.I. Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch Russian Academy of Sciences
PhD in biology
Russia, Vladivostok
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Maria K. Dabija
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Russia, Vladivostok
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Irina N. Chernomyrdina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Russia, Vladivostok
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Ekaterina A. Romashechkina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Russia, Vladivostok
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RESULTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE MONITORING OF THE SOUTHEAST OF RUSSIA IN 2018

Abstract.The most significant results of environmental satellite monitoring of Primorsky Krai and the exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation in the Sea of Japan in 2018 are presented. The use of modern satellitemeasurements made it possible to estimate the scale of catastrophic floods and map the flooded areasin the south-west of Primorye, register oil spills from ships into the hall. Peter the Great and the mechanismsfor the entry of pollutants through its sea border, identify areas of intensive fishing and assess the fishingtraffic in the northwestern part of the Sea of Japan.

Keywords: Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2.


Vasilii N. Kazachenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of biology sciences, Professor 
Russia, Vladivostok
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Inga V. Matrosova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in biology, Associate professor 
Russia, Vladivostok
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Galina G. Kalinina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in biology, Associate professor 
Russia, Vladivostok

Irina G. Rybnikova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in biology, Associate professor 
Russia, Vladivostok
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Nikolay V. Feschenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Russia, Vladivostok

PARASITIC COPEPODS OF THE GENUS JUSHEYUS (CRUSTACEA: COPEPODA) ON NEW HOST AND IN NEW AREAS

Abstract. Jusheyus shogunus is registered on Polyprion oxygeneios and Jusheyus sp. – on Pentaceros decanthus from the Pacific Ocean near Australia and New Zealand. P. decanthus is new host for members of the genusJusheyus. Keys for orders of subclass Copepoda, families of order Siphonostomatoida and genera of familyEudactylinidae are given.

Keywords: parasitic copepods, Copepoda, Jusheyus shogunus, new hosts, new areas, Australia, New Zealand.


TECHNOLOGY AND QUALITY CONTROL OF FOOD PRODUCTS


Anna L. Blinova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Senior Lecture
Russia, Vladivostok 
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Darya V. Makarenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Russia, Vladivostok
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APPLICATION OF EXPRESS METHODS OF MICROBIOLOGICAL TESTS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS TO ASSESS THE CONFORMITY OF TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

Abstract. The article defines the microbiological indicator of milk safety, which causes a number of serious diseases in humans. A standardized method for the detection of Salmonella bacteria is described. Research ofExpress methods for determination of microbiological indicators which it is expedient to use at carryingout the state control (supervision) over observance of requirements of technical regulations is carried out.

Keywords: express-method, dairy products, state control (supervision), microbiological index, technical regulations.


Elena V. Glebova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Technical Science, Associate professor

Russia, Vladivostok 
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THE AUTOMATED MERCURY SYSTEM FOR THE ENTERPRISES PUBLIC CATERING

Abstract. FGIS «Mercury» is the automated system of data created for tracking of persons under surveillance to the state veterinary supervision freights by their production, a turn and movement across the territoryof Russia. Since July 1, 2018 work in GIS «Mercury» became obligatory also for all catering establishmentsparticipating in turnover of goods of animal origin, from this date the paper veterinary accompanyingdocument on the official form was signed and sealed replaced with the electronic document created inFGIS «Mercury».

Keywords: veterinary certification, FGIS «Mercury», electronic certificate, clearing, authentication.


Valentina V. Davidovich
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Technical Science, Associate  Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Valerya A. Zasimuk
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Russia, Vladivostok
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USE OF STRUCTURING COMPOUND COMPONENTS FROM RAW MATERIAL ORIGIN IN THE PRODUCTION OF OXIDUM PRODUCTS

Abstract. The expansion of the assortment of sour-milk desserts is considered due to the introduction of separate components of water origin into their composition with the purpose of changing their structure andthe technology of obtaining such products is grounded.

Keywords: sour-milk desserts, enrichment, structure stabilizers, agar-agar, carrageenan, cucumaria hydrolysate.


Nikolay N. Kovalev
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of biologyical sciences, Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Yulia M. Pozdnyakova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD of of technical sciences
Russia, Vladivostok
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JUSTIFICATION METHODS OF ZOSTERA PROCESSING

Abstract. The substantiation of the pre-treatment methods zostera was conducted. To assess the pectin extractivity, dried zoster sheet crushed to a size of 2-3 mm, dried and crushed zoster in a knife mill, crushed in aknife mill and processed by ultrasound, as well as dry zoster pre-treated with 95% alcohol, followed bygrinding in a knife mill, were used to assess the pectin extractiveness. It was found that the extractabilityof pectins from air-dried samples of zosteras depends on the choice of extractant. The yield of pectin insamples from leaf zostera and zostera milled in a knife mill (powder) varies slightly. Aqueous extraction ofzosteras led to a transition to a solution of about 20% pectin, while the use of 1 % citric acid solution asan extractant led to an increase in the yield of pectin in the solution to 24.4 %. Ultrasonic treatment ofground zostera led to the highest yield of pectin substances in the solution. Also, sonication has a positiveeffect on the sorption properties of the resulting product. The study of the viscosity of the samples showedthat the highest viscosity of the extract of the zostera extract was determined in a sample obtained by pretreatingthe herb with alcohol and extracted with citric acid. Experiments have shown that citric acid solutionis a more effective extractant than water. The study justifies the importance of pre-treatment of zosterasfor its further use in various industries.

Keywords: zoster, extraction, grinding, pectin.


Viktoria I. Poleshchuk
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Postgraduate student
Russia, Vladivostok
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Denis V. Poleshchuk
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Technical Science, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Svetlana N. Maksimova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of Technecal Science, Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Tatyana N. Slutskaya
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of Technecal Science, Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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TECHNOLOGY OF SALTED PRODUCTS FROM PACIFIC SARDINE (IVASI)

Abstract. The prospects for the production of preserves with reduced salt content from split Pacific sardine (Ivasi) are considered. For this purpose, studies of the market of preserved products and evaluation of thetechnological characteristics of salted semi-finished products have been carried out. The analysis of experimentaldata shows that the sound technology of preserved food from split Pacific sardine (Ivasi) isrelevant and technologically replicable.

Keywords: Pacific Sardine (Ivasi), preserved food, salted semi-finished product, buffering capacity.


Tamara A. Ryzhkina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok

CONSTRUCTION OF ADAPTIVE MODEL OF CONTROLCONSTRUCTION OF ADAPTIVE MODEL OF CONTROLOF THE STOCHASTIC PROCESS

Abstract. The paper deals with a staged example of a natural stochastic process generating a sequence of random numbers (PSP). The process is represented as a time series (TS), stationary or non-stationary. Generation ofPSP is carried out using uniform and normal distributions of random variables (RV). TS simulation is performedon the basis of autoregression as a linear PSP filter. For short-term forecasts of the process result,the regression parameters are considered variable and are estimated at each step, taking into account thelength of the incoming flow (time lag). The regression parameters are adjusted (adapted) by the antigradientmethod of the square error of the forecast, which means minimization of the error (otherwise, bythe method of “fastest descent”). The value of the work is determined by the specific procedure of adaptingthe model and the selection of the adaptation parameter, in particular, for the stationary process.

Keywords: random number sequence, stationarity, autoregression, minimization of the forecast error, the “fastest descent” method, autocorrelation, characteristic polynomial, Rusche theorem..


BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY


Changqing Tong
College of Food Science and Engineering, Dalian Ocean University,
Dalian, China

Xinyao Li
College of Food Science and Engineering, Dalian Ocean University,
Dalian, China

Chengcheng Cai
College of Food Science and Engineering, Dalian Ocean University,
Dalian, China

Xuan Shi
College of Food Science and Engineering, Dalian Ocean University,
Dalian, China

Wei Li
College of Food Science and Engineering, Dalian Ocean University,
Dalian, China

HEPATOPROTECTIVE AND LIPID-LOWERING EFFECT OF AN APPLE VINEGAR BEVERAGE WITH OYSTER POLYSACCHARIDES

Abstract.The hepatoprotective and lipid-lowering effects of apple vinegar with oyster polysaccharides (OPAV) were investigated. The protective effect of OPAV on acute ethanol-induced liver injury and high-fat dietwere investigated in BALB/c mice. Treatment with OPAV decreased serum aspartate aminotransferase(AST), serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT), and malondialdehyde aldehyde (MDA) levels and increasedsuperoxide dismutase (SOD) and alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) activity in an acute ethanolinducedliver injury model. Treatment with OPAV decreased serum total cholesterol (TC) and triglycerides(TG), and liver tissue TC and TG levels, and it increased high-density lipoprotein cholesterol(HDL-C) and excrement TC and fat content in a high-fat diet model.

Keywords: apple vinegar, oyster polysaccharides, hepatoprotective, lipid-lowering effect.


 

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