Analysis Quality Fish Oil (Decapterus sp.) Containing Omega-3 Using Extraction Method (Steam Press) and (Bligh and Dyer)

Sabahannur, St (2014) Analysis Quality Fish Oil (Decapterus sp.) Containing Omega-3 Using Extraction Method (Steam Press) and (Bligh and Dyer). Advances in Environmental Biology, 8 (22). pp. 923-929. ISSN 998-1066

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Fat or oil contained in some types of fish can be used as a source of fatty acids for the human body if the component has been separated from other elements such as water or extracted from fish meat. Ways that can be used to produce oil or fat of materials suspected to contain oil or fat is by way of extraction. This study was conducted to analyze the quality of fish oil, yield and fatty acid composition of fish oil kite using two different extraction methods, namely the method (Bligh and Dyer) and method (Steam and Press). The material used is fresh fish kite. This research is an experimental laboratory. Parameters observed that the composition of omega-3 fatty acids, peroxide analysis, avidin numbers, the total yield of oxidation and extracts. Data were analyzed descriptively and presented in the form of tables and figures. The results of the analysis of peroxide, avidin numbers, total oxidation at elevated fish oil using the method (Bligh and Dyer and) and method (Steam and Press) IFOMA still meet standards (International Fishmeal and Oil Manufactures Association). The yield of the extract value Bligh and Dyer method was 4.05% while the yield of extract value using Steam and Press is 3.70%. The composition of fatty acids omega-3 fish kites are analyzed, namely EPA and DHA. The composition of fatty acids omega-3 fish kite by using the method of Bligh and Dyer: EPA 26.98% and DHA 16.10%, while the results of the analysis using the Steam and Press: EPA 4.77% and DHA 15.29%.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: S Agriculture > SH Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling
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Date Deposited: 11 Jul 2023 02:27
Last Modified: 11 Jul 2023 02:27

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