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  • Authors: Talens, Clara; Llorente, Raquel; Simó-Boyle, Laura; Odriozola-Serrano, Isabel; +2 Authors

    The social, environmental and health concerns associated with the massive consumption of meat products has resulted in calls for a reduction in meat consumption. A simplex lattice design was used for studying the effect of combining broccoli, upcycled brewer’s spent grain (BSG) and insect flours from Tenebrio molitor (IF) as alternative sources of protein and micronutrients, in hybrid sausages formulation. The techno-functional properties of the ingredients and the nutritional and textural properties of nine hybrid sausages were analysed. The effect of adding these ingredients (constituting 35% of a turkey-based sausage) on protein, fat, fibre, iron and zinc content, and textural properties (Texture Profile Analysis (TPA) and Warner–Bratzler parameters) were modelled employing linear regression (0.72 < R2 < 1). The “desirability” function was used for multi-response optimisation of the samples for the highest protein content, optimum chewiness and a* value (closeness to red). The analysis of sensory data for the three optimised samples showed no significant differences in juiciness and odour between the hybrid meat sausage with 22% broccoli, 3% BSG, and 10% IF and the commercial Bratwurst sausage elaborated exclusively with animal protein. Colour, appearance, chewiness and pastiness were rated higher than for the reference. The instrumental chewiness highly correlated with sensorial chewiness (R2 = 0.98). Thus, a strategy introducing less refined and more sustainable sources of protein and micronutrients was successfully employed to model and statistically optimise a meat product formulation with reduced animal protein content.

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    Authors: Kassis, Dimitris; Díaz-Barroso, Lara; Gourcuff, Claire; Pouliquen, Sylvie; +7 Authors

    This deliverable is a report to provide information and recommendations on the monitoring strategy of Argo in transitional areas between the coastal shelf seas and the open ocean zone taking into account the collaboration framework of Euro-Argo ERIC with other Marine RIs and research communities.

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    Authors: Jurek, J.; Owczarek, M.; Godos, J.; La Vignera, S.; +14 Authors

    Fish represents one of the most important dietary sources of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are known to be associated with various health benefits. This study aimed to systematically review existing meta-analyses of observational studies exploring the association between fish intake and various health outcomes. A systematic search of electronic databases was conducted to retrieve a total of 63 studies. Evidence was deemed as possible for the association between higher fish intake and decreased risk of the acute coronary syndrome, liver cancer, and depression, and limited for other outcomes (including age-related macular degeneration, Alzheimer's disease, heart failure, all-cause and coronary heart disease mortality, total and ischaemic stroke) due to heterogeneity between results and potential otherwise inexplicable confounding factors. In conclusion, results from epidemiological studies support the mechanistic effects associated with omega-3 fatty acids from high fish consumption, but evidence needs to be further corroborated with more reliable results.

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  • Authors: Talens, Clara; Ibarguen, Monica; Murgui, Xabier; García-Muñoz, Sonia; +1 Authors

    The aim of the current study was to develop three texture-modified, portion-sized and nutrient-dense meat products using 2 types of meat (beef and lamb) and 2 mincing speeds. The formulations included upcycled ingredients. Fat content was significantly higher for lamb than for beef samples. The three products had sufficient levels of nutrients per portion (80 g) to claim “high in protein”, “source of fibre”, “source of selenium” and “source of zinc”. The compression blade test showed differences between samples made using different mincing speeds. The lamb product had the lowest hardness in the multiple penetration test. Sixty-five senior consumers assessed the resulting sensory properties. Changing mincing speed did not alter the perception of sensory attributes. However, using different types of meat significantly affected the appearance and texture perception, with lamb samples obtaining the highest scores. The women rated the appearance of beef product higher (6.74) than men (5.93). Likewise, the female participants gave higher ratings to the aroma (6.40) than the males (5.43). The 50-59-year-old group considered the aroma of beef samples more appealing (6.5) than the over-60 group (5.5). A higher percentage of male than female participants described the beef samples as very easy to chew (63 vs 54%). A bigger proportion of the 50 to 59-year-old participants stated that the samples were very easy to swallow. After obtaining the nutritional information, the percentage of participants expressing willingness to consume the products increased significantly for all the types of texture-modified meat. Around 45% gave the lamb sample as their first choice. This study shows that combining the ingredient and process-based strategies can help improve the nutritional profile and acceptance of texture-modified meat products targeting senior consumers.

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    Authors: Jurado-Ruzafa, Alba;

    Regarding the research activities carried out by Oceanographic Centre of the Canary Islands (IEO-CSIC) during intersession, several studies on different topics were presented. Firstly, reproductive traits for the four main species have been analysed including all the data obtained since the monitoring system was launched in 2013. Although with some variations, the spawning season matched with winter and beginning spring for S. colias, T. picturatus and S. pilchardus. However, spawning individuals of S. aurita are present all year round. Sizes at first maturity (SFM) were also estimated, with slightly smaller sizes obtained for S. colias and T. picturatus (around 19 cm of total length) compared with the reference values (20 cm and 23 cm, respectively) (Jurado-Ruzafa and Santamaría, 2013; Lorenzo and Pajuelo, 1996). It seems that SFM remains stable for S. pilchardus (15 cm) (Méndez-Villamil et al., 1997). In the case of S. aurita, size at first maturity has been estimated for the first time in the Canary Islands, and has been recently published (Jurado-Ruzafa et al., 2022). Secondly, a first attempt to describe total catches of the Canary artisanal purse-seine fleet based on scientific observation shows that discards are more relevant than what was supposed, reaching the 25 percent of the total catches. The situation is even more concerning if only S. colias is considered, with discards around 40 percent of the total catches, mainly impacting on juveniles’ fraction, which is usually used as bait by commercial vessels but that are not officially reported. Finally, very preliminary results were shown to the working group about the potential adaptive plasticity in Scomber colias from the Canary Islands, based on otolith shape analyses. These results were obtained from analysing 748 otoliths extracted from August 2016 to December 2017. A DIvisive ANAlysis (DIANA) Clustering method using the fourth wavelet obtained from otolith contours resulted in the detection of five different morphotypes (or otolith phenotypes), with two of them representing 85 percent of the samples analysed, and whose individuals were slightly larger than for the other morphotypes. Further questions should be explored, addressing possible intraspecific variation in the growth rate among phenotypes; phenotypes proportions change in relation to seasonal variations; existence of different ecological strategies related to each phenotype and the presence of these otolith phenotypes in other geographical areas, as it has been described for T. picturatus (Tuset et al., 2019; Vasconcelos et al., 2021). References Jurado-Ruzafa, A. and M.T.G. Santamaría. 2013. Reproductive biology of the blue jack mackerel, Trachurus picturatus (Bowdich, 1825), off the Canary Islands. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 29(3): 526–531. Jurado-Ruzafa, A., B. Sotillo de Olano, Z. Santana Arocha, B. G. Mañé, C. Estil-las, E. Hernández, S. Jiménez, G. González-Lorenzo and C. Perales-Raya. 2022. Reproductive traits of the round sardinella in the Canary Islands (Spain, NW Africa). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, (early view) 1-7. Lorenzo, J. M. and J.G. Pajuelo. 1996. Growth and reproductive biology of chub mackerel Scomber japonicus off the Canary Islands. South African Journal of Marine Science, 17(1): 275-280. Méndez-Villamil, M., J.M. Lorenzo, J.M. González and R. Soto. 1997. Periodo reproductor y madurez sexual de la sardina Sardina pilchardus (Walbaum, 1792) en aguas de Gran Canaria (Islas Canarias). Boletín del Instituto Español de Oceanografía, 13(1-2): 47-55. Tuset, V.M., A. Jurado-Ruzafa, J.L. Otero-Ferrer and M.T.G. Santamaría. 2019. Otolith phenotypic variability of the blue jack mackerel, Trachurus picturatus, from the Canary Islands (NE Atlantic): Implications in its population dynamic. Fisheries Research, 218: 48-58. Vasconcelos, J., A. Jurado-Ruzafa, J.L. Otero-Ferrer, A. Lombarte, R. Riera and V.M. Tuset. 2021. Thinking of Fish Population Discrimination: Population Average Phenotype vs. Population Phenotypes. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8(1489). BAses de Datos y Estadística de las pesquerías Artesanales de Canarias: Evaluación, Interacciones ambientales y Modelización de los Stocks Biología de recursos vivos de Canarias Estudio de las Pesquerías de AFRICa 2 PACA-BADE EPAFRIK-2 PACA-BIO

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  • Authors: Talens, Clara; Lago, Maider; Simó-Boyle, Laura; Odriozola-Serrano, Isabel; +1 Authors

    Simplex lattice design was used to design 15 sponge cakes formulations combining pea (PP), hemp (HP) and insect (IP) flours representing 15% of dough composition. Moisture, protein content, baking loss, specific volume, texture and cost of the 15 samples plus the control (0% added protein) were analysed. Results showed that the effect of PP, HP and IP on cake properties could be modelled with linear regressions (96.80% < R2 < 99.96%). Ternary diagrams showed the effect of the combination of the three proteins in each response. The desirability function was used to obtain a multi-response optimization of the samples with maximum protein, maximum specific volume and minimum incremental cost. Sensory results of the 5 optimised samples showed that by combining 3.75% pea, 3.75% hemp and 7.5% insect it was possible to obtain a dairy- and egg-free sponge cake without significant differences from the control with animal-derived proteins.

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    Authors: Wischhusen, P; Betancor, M.B.; Sprague, M.; Ortega-García, Aurelio; +3 Authors

    including iodothyronine deiodinases 1, 2 and 3 (dio1, dio2, dio3) was unaffected. Feeding Se enriched rotifers effectively increased Se in ABT larvae tissue. The improved growth observed in Se supplemented treatments might be related to an accelerated development as the flexion index was significantly higher in all Se enriched treatments compared to the non-supplemented control. A similar effect by Se supplementation has been previously described in Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis) in relation to an enhanced thyroid hormone activity by Se supplementation (Ribeiro et al., 2012). The Se level of 0.10 µg g-1 dw measured in non-supplemented rotifers is below known requirements in fish (Antony Jesu Prabhu et al. 2016). In contrast, rotifers supplemented with the lowest Se level (Se3) contained 4.42 µg Se g-1, which might be sufficient to cover requirements for this mineral as selenoproteins displayed maximum expression in ABT larvae fed this treatment. The increased seleno-enzyme production might have contributed towards an improved antioxidant status in ABT larvae, indicated by a transcriptional downregulation of redox sensitive antioxidant enzymes cat and sod. In conclusion, rotifers without Se enrichment are suboptimal for ABT larvae at first feeding. A dietary Se level of 4.42 µg g-1 dw is recommended as it boosted growth performance and improved the antioxidant status in ABT larvae.

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    Authors: Gilcoto, Miguel; Villacieros-Robineau, Nicolás; Piñeiro, Safo; Piedracoba, Silvia; +6 Authors
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    Authors: Martín-García, Laura; González-Porto, Marcos; Falcón, Jesús; González-Méndez, Érika; +5 Authors

    Algae blooms are becoming more frequent throughout the world, causing significant impacts on the environment and even on human health. Benthic cyanobacteria, such as the species of the genus Lyngbya C.Agardh ex Gomont, are one more component of the communities of intertidal and subtidal habitats of all the oceans. Nevertheless, these species present the ability to grow rapidly under certain conditions, even forming blooms that dominate the habitat, and eventually, may affect the rest of the species in the community harmfully. In this study, we present the results of an oceanographic survey carried out on the southern coasts of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote in November 2021, where the massive presence of Lyngbya sp. (species yet to be confirmed genetically) was detected on circalittoral bottoms and at depths greater than 100 m. Dense populations of this species were recognized visually, sampling with ROV-T Tasife, and were also identified by live samples collected with the Liropus ROV. Lyngbya populations presented different colors, mainly depending on the depth, being dark red in the shallowest waters at 80 m and whitish at around 150 m. The accumulations of filaments of this alga overgrown the bed and all the benthic species found there, especially some vulnerable habitat-forming species: cnidarian species such as the black corals Antipathes furcata, Antipathella wollastoni or Stichopathes gracilis, or sponges such as different species of the Axinellidae family. This is the first study assessing the impact of the algae bloom on the circalittoral benthic environment of The Canary Islands. The present study was funded by the project ESMARES2 from the IEO-CSIC, under the framework of the application of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), ordered by the Ministerio de Transición Ecológica y Reto Demográfico (MITERD) of Spain.

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  • Authors: Talens, Clara; Llorente, Raquel; Simó-Boyle, Laura; Odriozola-Serrano, Isabel; +2 Authors

    The social, environmental and health concerns associated with the massive consumption of meat products has resulted in calls for a reduction in meat consumption. A simplex lattice design was used for studying the effect of combining broccoli, upcycled brewer’s spent grain (BSG) and insect flours from Tenebrio molitor (IF) as alternative sources of protein and micronutrients, in hybrid sausages formulation. The techno-functional properties of the ingredients and the nutritional and textural properties of nine hybrid sausages were analysed. The effect of adding these ingredients (constituting 35% of a turkey-based sausage) on protein, fat, fibre, iron and zinc content, and textural properties (Texture Profile Analysis (TPA) and Warner–Bratzler parameters) were modelled employing linear regression (0.72 < R2 < 1). The “desirability” function was used for multi-response optimisation of the samples for the highest protein content, optimum chewiness and a* value (closeness to red). The analysis of sensory data for the three optimised samples showed no significant differences in juiciness and odour between the hybrid meat sausage with 22% broccoli, 3% BSG, and 10% IF and the commercial Bratwurst sausage elaborated exclusively with animal protein. Colour, appearance, chewiness and pastiness were rated higher than for the reference. The instrumental chewiness highly correlated with sensorial chewiness (R2 = 0.98). Thus, a strategy introducing less refined and more sustainable sources of protein and micronutrients was successfully employed to model and statistically optimise a meat product formulation with reduced animal protein content.

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    Authors: Kassis, Dimitris; Díaz-Barroso, Lara; Gourcuff, Claire; Pouliquen, Sylvie; +7 Authors

    This deliverable is a report to provide information and recommendations on the monitoring strategy of Argo in transitional areas between the coastal shelf seas and the open ocean zone taking into account the collaboration framework of Euro-Argo ERIC with other Marine RIs and research communities.

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    Authors: Jurek, J.; Owczarek, M.; Godos, J.; La Vignera, S.; +14 Authors

    Fish represents one of the most important dietary sources of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are known to be associated with various health benefits. This study aimed to systematically review existing meta-analyses of observational studies exploring the association between fish intake and various health outcomes. A systematic search of electronic databases was conducted to retrieve a total of 63 studies. Evidence was deemed as possible for the association between higher fish intake and decreased risk of the acute coronary syndrome, liver cancer, and depression, and limited for other outcomes (including age-related macular degeneration, Alzheimer's disease, heart failure, all-cause and coronary heart disease mortality, total and ischaemic stroke) due to heterogeneity between results and potential otherwise inexplicable confounding factors. In conclusion, results from epidemiological studies support the mechanistic effects associated with omega-3 fatty acids from high fish consumption, but evidence needs to be further corroborated with more reliable results.

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  • Authors: Talens, Clara; Ibarguen, Monica; Murgui, Xabier; García-Muñoz, Sonia; +1 Authors

    The aim of the current study was to develop three texture-modified, portion-sized and nutrient-dense meat products using 2 types of meat (beef and lamb) and 2 mincing speeds. The formulations included upcycled ingredients. Fat content was significantly higher for lamb than for beef samples. The three products had sufficient levels of nutrients per portion (80 g) to claim “high in protein”, “source of fibre”, “source of selenium” and “source of zinc”. The compression blade test showed differences between samples made using different mincing speeds. The lamb product had the lowest hardness in the multiple penetration test. Sixty-five senior consumers assessed the resulting sensory properties. Changing mincing speed did not alter the perception of sensory attributes. However, using different types of meat significantly affected the appearance and texture perception, with lamb samples obtaining the highest scores. The women rated the appearance of beef product higher (6.74) than men (5.93). Likewise, the female participants gave higher ratings to the aroma (6.40) than the males (5.43). The 50-59-year-old group considered the aroma of beef samples more appealing (6.5) than the over-60 group (5.5). A higher percentage of male than female participants described the beef samples as very easy to chew (63 vs 54%). A bigger proportion of the 50 to 59-year-old participants stated that the samples were very easy to swallow. After obtaining the nutritional information, the percentage of participants expressing willingness to consume the products increased significantly for all the types of texture-modified meat. Around 45% gave the lamb sample as their first choice. This study shows that combining the ingredient and process-based strategies can help improve the nutritional profile and acceptance of texture-modified meat products targeting senior consumers.

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    Authors: Jurado-Ruzafa, Alba;

    Regarding the research activities carried out by Oceanographic Centre of the Canary Islands (IEO-CSIC) during intersession, several studies on different topics were presented. Firstly, reproductive traits for the four main species have been analysed including all the data obtained since the monitoring system was launched in 2013. Although with some variations, the spawning season matched with winter and beginning spring for S. colias, T. picturatus and S. pilchardus. However, spawning individuals of S. aurita are present all year round. Sizes at first maturity (SFM) were also estimated, with slightly smaller sizes obtained for S. colias and T. picturatus (around 19 cm of total length) compared with the reference values (20 cm and 23 cm, respectively) (Jurado-Ruzafa and Santamaría, 2013; Lorenzo and Pajuelo, 1996). It seems that SFM remains stable for S. pilchardus (15 cm) (Méndez-Villamil et al., 1997). In the case of S. aurita, size at first maturity has been estimated for the first time in the Canary Islands, and has been recently published (Jurado-Ruzafa et al., 2022). Secondly, a first attempt to describe total catches of the Canary artisanal purse-seine fleet based on scientific observation shows that discards are more relevant than what was supposed, reaching the 25 percent of the total catches. The situation is even more concerning if only S. colias is considered, with discards around 40 percent of the total catches, mainly impacting on juveniles’ fraction, which is usually used as bait by commercial vessels but that are not officially reported. Finally, very preliminary results were shown to the working group about the potential adaptive plasticity in Scomber colias from the Canary Islands, based on otolith shape analyses. These results were obtained from analysing 748 otoliths extracted from August 2016 to December 2017. A DIvisive ANAlysis (DIANA) Clustering method using the fourth wavelet obtained from otolith contours resulted in the detection of five different morphotypes (or otolith phenotypes), with two of them representing 85 percent of the samples analysed, and whose individuals were slightly larger than for the other morphotypes. Further questions should be explored, addressing possible intraspecific variation in the growth rate among phenotypes; phenotypes proportions change in relation to seasonal variations; existence of different ecological strategies related to each phenotype and the presence of these otolith phenotypes in other geographical areas, as it has been described for T. picturatus (Tuset et al., 2019; Vasconcelos et al., 2021). References Jurado-Ruzafa, A. and M.T.G. Santamaría. 2013. Reproductive biology of the blue jack mackerel, Trachurus picturatus (Bowdich, 1825), off the Canary Islands. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 29(3): 526–531. Jurado-Ruzafa, A., B. Sotillo de Olano, Z. Santana Arocha, B. G. Mañé, C. Estil-las, E. Hernández, S. Jiménez, G. González-Lorenzo and C. Perales-Raya. 2022. Reproductive traits of the round sardinella in the Canary Islands (Spain, NW Africa). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, (early view) 1-7. Lorenzo, J. M. and J.G. Pajuelo. 1996. Growth and reproductive biology of chub mackerel Scomber japonicus off the Canary Islands. South African Journal of Marine Science, 17(1): 275-280. Méndez-Villamil, M., J.M. Lorenzo, J.M. González and R. Soto. 1997. Periodo reproductor y madurez sexual de la sardina Sardina pilchardus (Walbaum, 1792) en aguas de Gran Canaria (Islas Canarias). Boletín del Instituto Español de Oceanografía, 13(1-2): 47-55. Tuset, V.M., A. Jurado-Ruzafa, J.L. Otero-Ferrer and M.T.G. Santamaría. 2019. Otolith phenotypic variability of the blue jack mackerel, Trachurus picturatus, from the Canary Islands (NE Atlantic): Implications in its population dynamic. Fisheries Research, 218: 48-58. Vasconcelos, J., A. Jurado-Ruzafa, J.L. Otero-Ferrer, A. Lombarte, R. Riera and V.M. Tuset. 2021. Thinking of Fish Population Discrimination: Population Average Phenotype vs. Population Phenotypes. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8(1489). BAses de Datos y Estadística de las pesquerías Artesanales de Canarias: Evaluación, Interacciones ambientales y Modelización de los Stocks Biología de recursos vivos de Canarias Estudio de las Pesquerías de AFRICa 2 PACA-BADE EPAFRIK-2 PACA-BIO

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  • Authors: Talens, Clara; Lago, Maider; Simó-Boyle, Laura; Odriozola-Serrano, Isabel; +1 Authors

    Simplex lattice design was used to design 15 sponge cakes formulations combining pea (PP), hemp (HP) and insect (IP) flours representing 15% of dough composition. Moisture, protein content, baking loss, specific volume, texture and cost of the 15 samples plus the control (0% added protein) were analysed. Results showed that the effect of PP, HP and IP on cake properties could be modelled with linear regressions (96.80% < R2 < 99.96%). Ternary diagrams showed the effect of the combination of the three proteins in each response. The desirability function was used to obtain a multi-response optimization of the samples with maximum protein, maximum specific volume and minimum incremental cost. Sensory results of the 5 optimised samples showed that by combining 3.75% pea, 3.75% hemp and 7.5% insect it was possible to obtain a dairy- and egg-free sponge cake without significant differences from the control with animal-derived proteins.

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    including iodothyronine deiodinases 1, 2 and 3 (dio1, dio2, dio3) was unaffected. Feeding Se enriched rotifers effectively increased Se in ABT larvae tissue. The improved growth observed in Se supplemented treatments might be related to an accelerated development as the flexion index was significantly higher in all Se enriched treatments compared to the non-supplemented control. A similar effect by Se supplementation has been previously described in Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis) in relation to an enhanced thyroid hormone activity by Se supplementation (Ribeiro et al., 2012). The Se level of 0.10 µg g-1 dw measured in non-supplemented rotifers is below known requirements in fish (Antony Jesu Prabhu et al. 2016). In contrast, rotifers supplemented with the lowest Se level (Se3) contained 4.42 µg Se g-1, which might be sufficient to cover requirements for this mineral as selenoproteins displayed maximum expression in ABT larvae fed this treatment. The increased seleno-enzyme production might have contributed towards an improved antioxidant status in ABT larvae, indicated by a transcriptional downregulation of redox sensitive antioxidant enzymes cat and sod. In conclusion, rotifers without Se enrichment are suboptimal for ABT larvae at first feeding. A dietary Se level of 4.42 µg g-1 dw is recommended as it boosted growth performance and improved the antioxidant status in ABT larvae.

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