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Yet, the Mashen offers several advantages over western breeds in terms of genetic diversity, reproductive capability, intramuscular fat content, and meat quality.
Gold label has a marbling score* of 6 to 7, which has a fairly high amount of fine intramuscular fat, translating into that melt-in-the-mouth buttery Wagyu texture.
Effect of cooking methods on fatty acids, conjugated isomers of linoleic acid and nutritional quality of beef intramuscular fat. Meat Science, v.84, n.4, p.769-777, 2010.
Intramuscular fat deposition in principal muscles from twenty-four to thirty months of age using identical twins of Japanese Black steers.
In vitro and in vivo comparison of two-, three- and four-point Dixon techniques for clinical intramuscular fat quantification at 3 T.
Many grass-fed beef ranchers are looking at beef breeds that finish on the grass at a younger age and maintain maximum marbling or intramuscular fat. One such breed is the Akaushi.
Association study between variability in the SCD gene and the fatty acid profile in perirenal and intramuscular fat deposits from Spanish goat populations.
Most Wagyu have [T.sub.m] of intramuscular fat below human body temperature of 37[degrees]C and distinctly lower than fat from Simmentals which is mostly subcutaneous and generally above 40[degrees]C [60].
Consumers tend to favor meat which has low intramuscular fat (IMF) compared to other ones with higher fat of even superior palatability [5].
Similar to case 1, MRI demonstrated diffuse enlargement of multiple posterior calf muscles, with effacement of intramuscular fat (Figures 4(a)-4(f)).
Marbling (or the accumulation of intramuscular fat) is the holy grail for beef producers, chefs, and their customers, but there is still no agreed definition and therefore no universal standard of measurement [1,2].