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By A.M. Pearson, T.R. Dutson

The Advances in Meat examine sequence has arisen from a perceived want for a accomplished assurance of yes themes which are pertinent to meat and meat items. We, the editors, have made the choice to pay attention to a sequence of comparable issues which are deemed to be impor­ tant to an figuring out of meat, either clean and processed. it truly is our honest desire that by means of focusing upon components relating to meat technology that researchers who give a contribution to this quantity can't in simple terms replace these occupied with academia and but in addition promulgate evidence which could result in recommendations of meat difficulties and relief in enhancing the potency of varied linked business procedures. we now have selected to commit quantity 1 to electric stimulation in view of the frequent curiosity in its meat purposes. even though the classical research through A. Harsham and Fred Deatherage was once released in 1951, it used to be no longer approved via the beef due to a few elements which are mentioned within the textual content. those investigators did, in spite of the fact that, lay the foundation for contemporary electric stimulation of carcasses by means of their targeted reviews at the results of various present, voltage, fre­ quency, wave kinds, and time. the elemental details supplied through those employees kept a large amount of experimentation by way of those that subse­ quently "rediscovered" electric stimulation.

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The model (Fig. 11) for the connections of G-filaments (Locker and Leet 1976A), proposes that each G-filament forms a core to an A-filament, but emerges at one end only, passing between the I-filaments, through the Z-line, and between the I-filaments of the next sarcomere, to terminate as a second core to a thick filament. In this unusual symmetry, centered on the Z-line, G-filaments link half the A-filaments in an A-band to those in one neighboring sarcomere and half to those in the other. G-filaments are continuous through the Z-line, but not through the sarcomere, and therefore depend on adequate anchoring of their ends to maintain structural continuity under stress.

1975). It was the industrial solution favored here at the time when the potential of electrical stimulation first became evident. There was some resistance in the trade to the shape of the altered posture leg, which appeared to arise from conservatism rather than any intrinsic failings. The joint is in fact more compact, and has advantages for roasting and carving. The awkward configuration of a carcass with the leg perpendicular to the spine was easily overcome by pinning the shanks back with an extra gambrel, passing behind the pelvic hook.

H. LOCKER a continuum of denatured A-filaments must be replaced by the concept of a strong continuum of denatured G-filaments. In the earlier idea, strength depended on lateral adhesion of A-filaments from adjoining sarcomeres, either by preservation of actin-myosin links as Marsh and Carse (1974) believed, or by direct cross-linking of myosin heads in adjacent filaments during coagulation. The G-filaments should form a stronger continuum on denaturation than might have been expected of A-filaments, since although half depend only on overlap across the Z-line, the other half, according to the model, are truly continuous through the Z-line.

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