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Prediction of meat quality in Bali cattle using ultrasound imaging

J. Jakaria, H. Khasanah, R. Priyanto, M. Baihaqi, M. F. Ulum
2017 Journal of the Indonesian Tropical Animal Agriculture  
In conclusion, ultrasound imaging method could be used to estimate carcass quality characteristics in Bali cattle.  ...  The objective of this study were to predict carcass quality characteristics in Bali cattle using ultrasound imagery.  ...  The aimed of this study was to predict carcass quality characteristics and relationship among body weight and carcas qualities in Bali cattle using ultrasound imaging.  ... 
doi:10.14710/jitaa.42.2.59-65 fatcat:mepm6clf6bgwrkouoxppx2czuy

The Estimation of Beef Carcass Traits using Computer Image Analysis for Body Measurement in Japanese Black Steers

Keigo KUCHIDA, Toshihiro YAMAGISHI, Hisato TAKEDA, Kuniji YAMAKI
1994 Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho  
In this study, the  ...  Three-dimension images (rear and dorsal view) of 40 Japanese Black steers were photographed by video camera, and inputted into a computer memory.  ...  In this study, the contour lines for dorsal and rear images are expressed numerically using equations as shown in Fig. 2 In Japan, the Tajima Wagyu is known as a high quality beef producer, but is  ... 
doi:10.2508/chikusan.65.401 fatcat:3wkrzdq6h5bg5pnyz635ev72b4

Ultrasound and Carcass Merit of Youth Market Cattle

Chad Carr, Dwain Johnson, Mark Shuffitt
2012 EDIS  
However, when carcass data cannot be collected, ultrasound evaluation of market cattle is an excellent method to accurately assess differences in fat thickness, ribeye area, and percentage of intramuscular  ...  AN279/AN279: Ultrasound and Carcass Merit of Youth Market Cattle (  ...  What is the technician doing in Figure 1? In Figure 1 , the technician is using ultrasound to assess how much external fat and muscle this beef animal has using a real-time ultrasound machine.  ... 
doi:10.32473/edis-an279-2012 fatcat:bzf4b4lvafhojiusbkli7lfvmq

A review regarding the evolution of ultrasound technique and the impact on selecting animals for carcass meat quality

Cristina Lazăr, Rodica Ștefania Pelmuș, Alexandru Mihail Gras, Mircea Cătălin Rotar, Florin Popa
2020 Scientific Papers Animal Science and Biotechnologies  
In Romania the ultrasound technique was the first time used in vivo at sheep to improve meat evaluation.  ...  Eye muscle area at Romanian lambs was situated in the limits known for ultrasound meat carcass quality.  ...  Texture analysis was applied to ultrasound B-mode images from ribeye muscle of live beef cattle to predict its IMFAT.  ... 
doaj:86e9a4881b1a4080b18e1254b5c003cf fatcat:fhr3twwjjfhq5c467zki62i53i

Estimation of Marbling Score in Live Beef Cattle Using Bayesian Network

2017 SICE Journal of Control Measurement and System Integration  
To estimate more accurately the beef marbling score (BMS) of live beef cattle, the Bayesian network model (BNM) could be used in parallel with other developed methods, such as ultrasound (US) image analysis  ...  The measurement was conducted with 28 Japanese Black Beef cattle before one-month slaughter.  ...  Ultrasound Image Analysis Using Neural Network Echo imaging of live beef cattle is performed using ultrasound diagnostic equipment.  ... 
doi:10.9746/jcmsi.10.297 fatcat:amyyjmdpjng6bbw2inn42ujiqq

Ultrasound Tissue Characterization for Quality Grading of Beef Carcasses [chapter]

Viren Amin, Ronald Roberts, Alpesh Patel, Doyle Wilson, Gene Rouse, Huilian Zhang
1995 Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation  
The B-mode ultrasound has been successfully used for estimating backfat thickness and rib eye area in cattle, but until recently, there has not been much success in characterizing marbling or fat content  ...  Recent results are encouraging in use of both A-and B-mode ultrasound techniques for characterizing marbling and fat content [1, 2].  ...  pattern, in ultrasound images.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-1987-4_225 fatcat:vnsectxperax5hlvfeco62zsjq

Real-time ultrasound (RTU) imaging methods for quality control of meats [chapter]

S.R. Silva, V.P. Cadavez
2012 Computer Vision Technology in the Food and Beverage Industries  
In this chapter the use of real-time ultrasonography to predict in vivo carcass composition and meat traits will be reviewed. The chapter begins by discussing background and principles of ultrasound.  ...  Then aspects affecting the suitability of realtime ultrasonography and image analysis for predicting carcass composition and meat traits of meat producing species and fish will be presented.  ...  The use of ultrasound image analysis to predict marbling in beef cattle was first attempted by Haumschild and Carlson (1983) .  ... 
doi:10.1533/9780857095770.3.277 fatcat:5pyt5pztqjf4vfbmeeq7cufvlq

Predicting beef tenderness using near-infrared spectroscopy

Subbiah Jeyamkondan, Glenn A. Kranzler, Brad J. Morgan, Sarah Rust, Bent S. Bennedsen, Yud-Ren Chen, George E. Meyer, Andre G. Senecal, Shu-I Tu
2004 Monitoring Food Safety, Agriculture, and Plant Health  
One system using ultrasound technology to predict feeder cattle performance and to sort feeder cattle into outcome groups was the ACCU-TRAC system of the Micro Chemical Company in Amarillo, Texas (Smith  ...  Color measurements from the video image analysis system and expert quality grading factors were used to sort steaks based on palatability.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.516185 fatcat:l7gfifsfuzgbxorxwgr247qbfq

Evaluation of Ultrasound for Prediction of Carcass Meat Yield and Meat Quality in Korean Native Cattle (Hanwoo)

Y. H. Song, S. J. Kim, S. K. Lee
2002 Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences  
Class measurements associated with the Korean yield grade and quality grade were also obtained.  ...  We conclude that the decision tree method can easily predict yield grade and is also useful for increasing prediction accuracy rate.  ...  Distribution pattern of yield grade index by the decision tree method Evaluation of Ultrasound for Prediction of Carcass Meat Yield and Meat Quality in Korean Native Cattle (Hanwoo)** equation used in  ... 
doi:10.5713/ajas.2002.591 fatcat:eyboibrgtfdxvcg4cbw7l2r32i

Association of SNP g.232 G>T Calpain Gene with Growth and Live Meat Quality Prediction using Ultrasound Images in Bali Cattle

Dairoh Dairoh, Jakaria Jakaria, Mokhamad Fakhrul Ulum, Andi Baso Lompengeng Ishak, Cece Sumantri
2021 Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner  
The objective of this study was to evaluate the polymophisms of calpain gene SNP g.232 G>T by PCR-RFLP technique and its influence on growth trait and meat quality of Bali cattle detected by ultrasound  ...  The polymorphisms of CAPN1 gene were analyzed by PCR-RFLP using BglII restriction enzyme (n=52 cattle).  ...  Ultrasound imaging is an efficient technology to predict carcass and meat measurement, potentially used in the breeding program.  ... 
doi:10.14334/jitv.v26i2.2701 fatcat:ljh77i3opva2pfvkayolsxli6q

Ultrasound Imaging to Estimate Carcass Quality of Pasundan Cattle based on Body Condition Score

Syifa Khairunnisa, Savitri Novelina, Nena Hilmia, Didik N Hadi, Dedi Rahmat, Mokhamad Fakhrul Ulum
2021 Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner  
This research aimed to estimate carcass quality of Pasundan cattle using ultrasound imaging based on Body Condition Score (BCS).  ...  Body Condition Score affected carcass quality of Pasundan cattle on parameters such as musculus thickness, marbling score, and intramuscular fat (IMF) from ultrasound imaging of m. LD, m. PM. m.  ...  The author also thanks PT Karindo Alkesteron for providing the ultrasound device (Sonodop S-3X) used to take images in this study.  ... 
doi:10.14334/jitv.v26i1.2584 fatcat:oai2vagma5hnxmtlzaidjqz3zu

Comparison of Ultrasound and Actual Beef Carcass Measurements as Influenced by Stockering Performance and Finishing System

Neel JPS, Swecker WS Jr, Brown MA
2019 Journal of Animal Science and Research  
Usefulness of ultrasound technology in evaluation of cattle depends on its robustness over a wide range of Abstract A total of 216 Angus-crossbred steers (270 ± 19.3) kg were used in a three-year study  ...  Stocker performance on forages can vary greatly, from loss of body weight to exceptional gains and this could be a source of variability in beef quality [1] .  ...  Manager, David Fiske-Virginia Tech Shenandoah Valley Agricultural Research and Extension Center Superintendent, Ed Pell-WVU Willow Bend Demonstration Farm Manager, and their respective staff for assistance in  ... 
doi:10.16966/2576-6457.128 fatcat:t5npcds2yfg3vn42dto4fjuili

Estimating marbling score in live cattle from ultrasound images using pattern recognition and neural network procedures1

John R. Brethour
1994 Journal of Animal Science  
This was more accurate ( P < .001) than using the same features in a multiple regression model. Images were used from 53 cattle in the training set and from 108 cattle in the validation set.  ...  It is feasible to incorporate this procedure into a computer interfaced with an ultrasound system to provide unsupervised instrument evaluation of live cattle in "near real time" ( 2 or 3 s).  ...  This results in excessive fat, which is the primary problem of product quality in the beef industry.  ... 
doi:10.2527/1994.7261425x pmid:8071165 fatcat:ibcycebf6zezzoktkpcihrt4ji

Use of live ultrasound, weight and linear measurements to predict carcass composition of young beef bulls

R. Bergen, S. P. Miller, I. B. Mandell, W. M. Robertson
2005 Canadian Journal of Animal Science  
Use of live ultrasound, weight and linear measurements to predict carcass composition of young beef bulls. Can. J. Anim. Sci. 85: 23-35.  ...  However, there are some unanswered questions regarding the use of ultrasound data in seedstock selection programs.  ...  Kendall Swanson, Glen Snider and staff of the University of Guelph Meats Wing, Charlie Watson and staff of the Elora Beef Cattle Research Centre, Scott Bothwell and Crosby Devitt of Beef Improvement Ontario  ... 
doi:10.4141/a04-011 fatcat:j2d75gx5gvclnlxvppcoys7v2e

Prediction of retail beef yield, trim fat and proportion of high-valued cuts in Nellore cattle using ultrasound live measurements

Saulo da Luz e Silva, Jaime Urdapilleta Tarouco, José Bento Sterman Ferraz, Rodrigo da Costa Gomes, Paulo Roberto Leme, Elly Ana Navajas
2012 Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia  
The objective of this study was to develop equations to predict retail product and fat trim (weights and percentages) for Nellore (Bos indicus) cattle.  ...  Live ultrasound measurements of the longissimus muscle area, backfat thickness at the 12th rib and rump fat depth and shrunk body weight were obtained from 218 Nellore steers to predict weights and percentages  ...  Most of the studies on the use of in vivo ultrasound or carcass measurements to predict retail product were developed using Continental and British cattle breeds and their crosses (Herring et al., 1994  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1516-35982012000900009 fatcat:3tz6zxhmsrbopdbl6svxvihvwu
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