Comparison of interposition ratios of pink muscle fiber in dorsal ordinary muscle among various marine fishes
The difference in interposition ratio of pink muscle fiber among various fish species was studied to learn its influence in dorsal ordinary muscle on the post-mortem change of K-value. A remarkable mosaic pattern was exhibited in the interpositioned white and pink muscle fibers in many of the species. The relative number and area percentages of these fibers to all muscle fiber types differed greatly among fish species, and distributed from 12.9% to 56.53% in a number, and from 2.22% to 53.68% in an area. The relationship between the area and numerical percentages had significantly high positive correlation. Size of the pink muscle fiber was somewhat smaller than that of white muscle fiber.
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