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Articles by Emmanuel I. Adeyeye
Total Records ( 2 ) for Emmanuel I. Adeyeye
  Emmanuel I. Adeyeye , Habibat O. Adubiaro and Olufemi J. Awodola
  The chemical composition and the food properties of shell and flesh of Penaeus notabilis were evaluated. The protein, ash and energy were high whereas carbohydrate and fibre were low in the proximate composition. In the mineral composition, the mineral elements in shell were corresponding higher than the level in flesh. The total essential amino acids in shell was 740mg/g protein and 865mg/g protein in flesh. The limiting amino acid in both shell and flesh was threonine. In the functional properties, both water absorption, oil absorption and oil emulsion capacities were all high with foaming stability at 25% (90min) in both tissues. The lowest gelation was low in both tissues. The protein solubility was high at both sides of pH with isoelectric point being 5.0 (shell) and 7.0 (flesh). The followings: proximate, mineral, amino acids and essential amino acids composition, functional properties and protein solubility, all showed that correlation coefficients r-values > t , n-2 meaning that the correlations were significant with high positive values at r0.05.
  Emmanuel I. Adeyeye and Amoke M. Kenni
  The amino acid composition of the whole body, flesh and exoskeleton of the common fresh water West African male crab, Sudananautes africanus africanus was investigated. Glu was the most concentrated acid (128.0-130.0 mg/g crude protein) and Leu (50.0-60.9 mg/gcp) was the highest essential amino acid. Total amino acid range was 635.8-749.2 mg/gcp and total essential amino acid range was 298.2-356.6 mg/gcp or 46.9-47.9%. Val was the limiting amino acid in whole body and flesh whereas Lys was limiting amino acid in the exoskeleton and Phe+Tyr scores range was 1.0-1.2. Significant differences existed between essential amino acid and non-essential amino acids at p<0.05 among the samples. Percentage neutral amino acids was 54.9-57.6%, total acidic amino acids was 26.2-29.7% and total basic amino acids was 15.4-17.3%.
 
 
 
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