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Comparison of Physicochemical Characteristics of Hot-boned Chicken Breast and Leg Muscles during Storage at 20℃
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Comparison of Physicochemical Characteristics of Hot-boned Chicken Breast and Leg Muscles during Storage at 20℃
Yu, Long-Hao; Lee, Eui-Soo; Chen, Hong-Sheng; Jeong, Jong-Youn; Choi, Yun-Sang; Lim, Dong-Gyun; Kim, Cheon-Jei;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to compare the physicochemical changes of hot-boned chicken breast and leg muscles. Chicken breast and leg muscles from 56 broilers were excised within a 15 min post-mortem (PM) and stored at . Physicochemical traits were determined at 0.5, 6, 12, and 24 h PM. The ultimate pH of leg muscle was higher than that of breast muscle (p<0.05). The content of glycogen in the breast muscle was relatively higher than that in the leg muscle until 6 h PM (p<0.05). R-values showing rigor mortis of breast and leg muscles were completed after or before 6 h PM. Breast muscle had less cooking loss than leg muscle (p<0.05). Drip loss did not significantly differ between breast and leg muscles with the exception of that at 6 h PM. The sarcomere length of leg muscle was relatively longer than that of breast muscle (p<0.05). The MFI of leg muscle was significantly lower than that of breast muscle (p<0.05). The shear force of leg muscle was lower than that of breast muscle at 6 and 12 h PM (p<0.05); however, that of both muscles did not significantly differ at 24 h PM.
 Keywords
broiler chicken;hot-boning;sarcomere length;myofibrillar fragmentation index;meat tenderness;
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English
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