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4 March 2014The discrimination of fish egg quality and viability by using Raman spectroscopy
Sexual reproductive body can be produced from a fertilized ovum. Once the ovum is fertilized with sperm, it runs
through the cell division, differentiates to all kinds of cells, and goes to make a complete body. However, not all of them are
viable and some of them stop to ontogenesis showing the developmental abnormality. In order to discriminate the egg
quality, we apply Raman spectroscopy for fish egg. After the measurement, these Raman data are checked up with the
information about the eggs can survive or not, and we examine what factors are important in egg components to distinguish
between “good quality” and “not good quality”. We present the results of assessment of egg quality, and investigate
whether Raman spectroscopy can be used to a discriminate of egg quality.
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Mika Ishigaki, Hidetoshi Sato, "The discrimination of fish egg quality and viability by using Raman spectroscopy," Proc. SPIE 8939, Biomedical Vibrational Spectroscopy VI: Advances in Research and Industry, 89390O (4 March 2014);