An in‐house blind trial on Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) was carried out in which 72 coded samples were correctly identified. The samples were either left unirradiated or had been given doses of 1·03, 2·39 or 3·40 kGy and stored for 0, 7 or 14 days at 1°C. Using re‐irradiation, the doses received by the samples identified as irradiated were determined with either linear, quadratic or asymptotic equations being fitted to the data. The most successful estimates of absorbed dose were obtained using a quadratic fit, with average values of 1·71, 2·98 and 3·45 kGy being calculated. © 1997 SCI.
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture – Wiley
Published: Aug 1, 1997
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