KR20130134476A - A farming method for fish fortified with vanadium - Google Patents

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KR20130134476A
KR20130134476A KR1020120058016A KR20120058016A KR20130134476A KR 20130134476 A KR20130134476 A KR 20130134476A KR 1020120058016 A KR1020120058016 A KR 1020120058016A KR 20120058016 A KR20120058016 A KR 20120058016A KR 20130134476 A KR20130134476 A KR 20130134476A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a vanadium-enhanced vanadium-enhanced aquaculture method, and more particularly, in the aquaculture method, it is easy to absorb vanadium, which is an essential mineral component in the human body, by using vanadium-enhanced culture water or vanadium-enriched feed. By transferring to aquaculture, it is possible to produce foods, cosmetics, feeds and pharmaceuticals which are nutritionally and pharmacologically superior as well as vanadium-enriched cultures.

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A farming method for fish fortified with vanadium}

The present invention relates to a vanadium-enhanced vanadium-enhanced aquaculture method, and more particularly, in the aquaculture method, the content of vanadium is generally higher than that of aquaculture obtained by aquaculture by using vanadium-enriched aquaculture water or vanadium-enriched feed. The present invention relates to a method for obtaining this significantly enhanced culture and a culture obtained by the method.

In recent years, according to changes in diet, adult diseases such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and arteriosclerosis are rapidly increasing, and interest in foods that are effective in treating or alleviating symptoms thereof is increasing.

In addition to balanced nutrition intake for a healthy body, research on essential minerals has been conducted in various ways, and in particular, interest in vanadium is increasing.

Vanadium is an essential mineral component in the human body that affects glucose metabolism by altering insulin activity, acting like insulin, or altering the activity of glucose-6-phosphatase. It has a therapeutic and prophylactic effect, and is also known to prevent atherosclerosis by interfering with the biosynthetic process of cholesterol, and is involved in the formation of bones, cartilage and teeth, especially cardiovascular and heart disease in the case of vanadium deficiency. It is known to cause a decrease in fertility.

On the other hand, mineral fortification of specific components of the culture can be very functional and nutritional and can show very good efficacy. Therefore, many studies have been made to transfer or enhance nutritional and pharmacologically necessary ingredients to foods so that they can be easily absorbed by the human body, but research on vanadium is insignificant.

An object of the present invention is to provide a vanadium-enhanced aquaculture method in which vanadium, an essential mineral component, is transferred to aquaculture so as to be easily absorbed by a human body using vanadium-containing cultured water or vanadium-containing feed.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a culture in which the vanadium component is enhanced.

In another aspect, the present invention is to provide a food, cosmetics, feed, pharmaceuticals, and household goods using the aquaculture.

In order to achieve the above object,

In aquaculture method using aquaculture water,

The cultured water provides a culture method characterized in that it contains vanadium.

Also,

In aquaculture method using feed,

The feed is characterized in that it contains vanadium.

In addition, the present invention provides a cultured product obtained by the aquaculture method.

In another aspect, the present invention provides food, cosmetics, feed, pharmaceuticals, and household goods using the aquaculture.

The vanadium component-enhanced aquaculture method according to the present invention is a nutritional and pharmacologically excellent food, cosmetics, feed by using a vanadium-enhanced culture by transferring the vanadium, an essential mineral component to the culture to facilitate absorption by the human body , Pharmaceuticals, and household goods. In addition, it is useful to have a nutritional and pharmacological synergistic effect of vanadium and aquaculture without worrying about mineral toxicity by using the food that is absorbed first in a form that is easily absorbed by the human body in vanadium, which is an essential mineral component.

1 is a view showing the configuration of a vanadium extraction system for selectively extracting vanadium using the cluster of the present invention.
2 is a view showing the configuration of the first vanadium elution tank in the vanadium extraction system of the present invention.
3 is a view showing the configuration of a second vanadium elution tank in the vanadium extraction system of the present invention.

The inventors of the present invention, when aquaculture using vanadium-containing aquaculture water, or aquaculture using a vanadium-containing feed, the aquaculture products, such as fish that are the target of the culture, absorbs vanadium, a mineral component, and cultured with vanadium. Was confirmed to show a very good nutritional and pharmacological efficacy compared to the existing aquaculture and completed the present invention.

The aquaculture method of the present invention is aquaculture method using aquaculture water, wherein the aquaculture water contains vanadium. In addition, the aquaculture method of the present invention is characterized in that the aquaculture method using a feed, the feed contains vanadium.

In the aquaculture method of the present invention, the other aquaculture methods other than the above-mentioned aquaculture water or feed may be applied to all conventional aquaculture methods.

In the present invention, the subject of the aquaculture method includes aquatic creatures such as fish, oysters or shellfish, seaweed such as seaweed or seaweed, and amphibian culture such as frogs.

In the present invention, the production of cultured water containing the vanadium component can be included in the tilled water by eluting the vanadium component from the mineral containing the vanadium component. One example of a mineral containing vanadium is scoria.

Preferably, the cultured water of the present invention comprises an electrolytic cell that electrolyzes water heated to a certain temperature to produce ionized water separated from acidic water and hydrogen water; A first tank connected to the electrolytic cell and heating the electrolytic ionized water at a predetermined temperature and time to accelerate the reaction between the mushroom and acidic or hydrogen ions to extract the mushroom concentrate from the mushroom; The pit and magnesium are contained in the partitioned space, and are connected to the first tank. The pit and the magnesium from the first tank are reacted with each other to release acidic or hydrogen ions. The acidic or hydrogen ions released and the minerals contained in the pit A second tank in which a selective reaction is induced and a large amount of mineral concentrate is eluted; And it may be prepared using a mineral extraction system including a reservoir for introducing the mineral concentrate eluted from the second tank to store by concentration and supply to the outside.

1 to 3 is one of the mineral extraction system, Figure 1 is a view showing the configuration of the vanadium extraction system for selectively extracting vanadium using a cluster, Figure 2 is a configuration of the first vanadium elution tank in the vanadium extraction system 3 is a view showing the configuration of a second vanadium elution tank in the vanadium extraction system.

The vanadium extraction system includes a first heating tank 100 having a first instantaneous heating module 102, an electrolytic cell 200, a hydrogen water heating tank 220, a first vanadium elution tank 300, and a second vanadium elution. Tank 400, low concentration tank 500, medium concentration tank 600, high concentration tank 700, a second instantaneous heating module 710 and a control unit (not shown). Here, the control unit controls the plurality of solenoid valves connected to the tank or the storage tank to move the concentrated liquid or ionized water generated by each device, controls the instantaneous heating module installed in the tank, and controls the instantaneous heating of the concentrated liquid or ionized water stored in the tank do.

After the inflow water is filtered through the water purification system, the water is introduced into the first heating tank 100.

The first heating tank 100 heats the filtered raw water to the range of 40-60 ° C using the first instantaneous heating module 102 and supplies it to the electrolytic bath 200. Here, when the temperature is 40 DEG C or lower or 60 DEG C or higher, it is a non-electrolytic temperature condition for producing acidic water and hydrogenated water.

The first instantaneous heating module 102 includes a heating body including a heat generating plate that is electrically connected to a heating wire for electric power to be applied at one end thereof and a heating module controller electrically connected to the heating body.

The electrolytic bath 200 is divided into an anode chamber electrode and a cathode chamber electrode by a diaphragm which can pass only ions having an electrical property. When the voltage is applied, the filtered raw water is electrolyzed and acidic water and strong alkaline water To generate ionized water.

Herein, hydrogen water is in the range of pH 7.1-14 and means hydrogen water containing about 3 ppm or less of dissolved hydrogen.

The electrolytic bath 200 supplies the generated acidic water to the acidic water storage tank 210 and supplies the hydrogen water to the hydrous water heating tank 220.

The hydrothermal heating tank 220 is provided with a heating module and is connected to the first vanadium elution tank 300 to supply the hot water to the first vanadium elution tank 300 by heating the hydrothermal water to a range of 50-90 ° C.

The first vanadium elution tank 300 is provided with a first heater rod 340 and is connected to the second vanadium elution tank 400 and connected to the low concentration storage tank 500, the middle density storage tank 600 and the high concentration storage tank 700 .

The second vanadium elution tank 400 is provided with a second heater rod 440 and is connected to the low concentration storage tank 500, the intermediate concentration storage tank 600 and the high concentration storage tank 700.

The first vanadium elution tank 300 includes a cylindrical first mesh-type basket 310 forming a certain space capable of containing clusters and a second space 330 formed in the lower space of the first mesh- The first stirring bar 330 for heating the electrolytic water and the first heater bar 340 for heating the electrolyzed hydrogen water are positioned.

The first mesh-type basket 310 includes a first mesh-type separation plate 320 in the form of a flat plate that divides the space to form a plurality of storage spaces in the internal space.

The first mesh-type basket 310 and the first mesh-type separation plate 320 are made of a porous material for facilitating movement of ions and solutions.

The second vanadium elution tank 400 includes a cylindrical second mesh-type basket 410 and a second mesh-type basket 410 which form a certain space capable of containing magnesium and magnesium, A second stirring screw 430 for promoting the reaction of the electrolytic water and a second heater rod 440 for heating the electrolyzed hydrogenated water.

The second mesh-type basket 410 includes a second mesh-type separator plate 420 in the form of a flat plate that divides the space to form a plurality of storage spaces in the internal space.

In each storage space, magnesium is placed underneath the cluster.

The second mesh-type basket 410 and the second mesh-type separation plate 420 are made of a porous material for facilitating movement of ions and solutions.

In order to maximize the contact area with the electrolyzed hydrogenated water, the shape of magnesium should be a chip type or a porous sponge having a size of 0.01 to 20 mm in order to accelerate dissociation rate of hydrogen ions and to secure a large amount of hydrogen ions. Includes the type of material. The purity of magnesium is made of a metal material having a purity of 99.0-99.99%.

Here, the first and second mesh type modules include upper and lower sides, left and right sides, and are formed in a porous structure along a circular rim structure so that the number of the hydrogen molecules can easily move into the space inside the module.

In addition, the shape of the clusters shows a granular shape and particle shape of 5 μm-20 mm so that the contact area with the electrolyzed hydrogenated water is maximized and the substitution reaction of vanadium and hydrogen ions is actively performed.

The first vanadium elution tank 300 heats the electrolyzed hydrogenated water in the pH 7.1-14 range, which has passed through the hydrothermal heating tank 220, at a certain temperature and for a certain time to accelerate the reaction between the hydrogen ions and the hydrogen ions, ≪ / RTI >

The second vanadium elution tank 400 reacts with magnesium introduced from the primary vanadium elution tank and reacts with magnesium to induce the selective reaction of the released hydrogen ions and the vanadium contained in the cluster to elute a large amount of vanadium .

The control unit selectively extracts low concentration concentrated vanadium, medium concentration concentrated vanadium and high concentration concentrated vanadium from the cluster using electrolyzed hydrogen water in the range of pH 7.1-14.

Hereinafter, a method of extracting low concentration vanadium from a cluster is described.

The first vanadium elution tank 300 heats the electrolyzed hydrogenated water having a pH in the range of 7.1-14 introduced from the hydroheating tank 220 at a temperature of 60 ° C or lower for 1 hour or longer.

Here, the pH 7.1-14 range of hydrogen peroxide is optimized for the extraction of vanadium from the cluster.

The control unit closes the solenoid valves 900, 920, 930 and 940 of the a, c, d and e and opens the solenoid valves 910 and 950 of the b and c to remove the vanadium concentrate from the first vanadium elution tank 300 To the low concentration storage tank 500.

The reason for heating the first heater rod 340 at a temperature of 60 ° C or less for 1 hour or more is to suppress the volatilization of the hydrogen ions while increasing the reaction temperature of the hydrogen ions and the vanadium contained in the clusters.

A method of extracting concentrated vanadium from the medium is described as follows.

The first vanadium elution tank 300 is supplied with electrolyzed hydrogen water having a pH in the range of 7.1-14 from the hydroheating tank 220, preheated to a predetermined temperature, and then transferred to the second vanadium elution tank 400 .

The second vanadium elution tank 400 operates the second heater rod 440 to heat the concentrated elongate flowing from the first vanadium elution tank 300 at a temperature of 60-80 ° C. for 1 hour or more.

The second vanadium elution tank 400 is made of a mixture of hydrogen ions released by reacting magnesium (or a concentrated aqueous solution) (or a basic aqueous solution) introduced from the first vanadium elution tank 300 with a solution of vanadium Selective reaction is induced to elute heavy concentrated vanadium.

The control unit closes the solenoid valves 910, 930 and 950 of b, d and t and opens the solenoid valves 900, 920 and 940 of the valves a, c and e to remove the vanadium concentrate from the second vanadium elution tank 400 To the medium concentration reservoir (600).

A method for extracting concentrated vanadium from a cluster is described as follows.

The first vanadium elution tank 300 flows electrolyzed hydrogenated water having a pH in the range of 7.1-14 from the hydrothermal heating tank 220 to preheat to a predetermined temperature and then to the second vanadium elution tank 400 .

The second vanadium elution tank 400 operates the second heater rod 440 so as to heat the concentrated eluate flowing from the first vanadium elution tank 300 at a temperature of 70-100 ° C for about 6 hours or more.

The second vanadium elution tank 400 is made of a mixture of hydrogen ions released by reacting magnesium (or a concentrated aqueous solution) (or a basic aqueous solution) introduced from the first vanadium elution tank 300 with a solution of vanadium Selective reaction is induced to elute the concentrated vanadium at a high concentration.

The control unit closes the solenoid valves 910, 940 and 950 of b, e and t and opens the solenoid valves 900, 920 and 930 of the valves a, c and d to remove the vanadium concentrate from the second vanadium elution tank 400 To the medium concentration reservoir (600).

The control unit passes the stored vanadium concentrate from the low concentration reservoir 500, the intermediate concentration reservoir 600 and the high concentration reservoir 700 through an instantaneous temperature module (cooling or heating), and supplies it to the final storage reservoir at a proper supply temperature.

The method of extracting the vanadium concentrate from the cluster described above extracts the vanadium concentrate of low concentration, medium concentration and high concentration through the components such as temperature, time, and magnesium.

As another example, the concentration of the vanadium concentrate may be adjusted according to the mixing ratio of the cluster and the magnesium in the second vanadium elution tank 400.

That is, in the case of pumice: magnesium = 50: 50, the high-concentration vanadium concentrate is extracted in a short time and supplied to the high-concentration storage tank 700. In the case of 60:30 (or 70:30), the concentrated vanadium concentrate is extracted, (Or 90: 10), and then the concentrated vanadium concentrate is extracted and supplied to the intermediate concentration storage tank 600.

The control unit moves the electrolyzed hydrogen water to a tank (1 vanadium elution tank 300 and a second vanadium elution tank 400) in which the cluster for each purpose is stored to adjust the concentration by contact time, and the concentration of vanadium concentrate In order to adjust the proper acidity of the vanadium concentrate before feeding, the electrolyzed acidic water is supplied diluted in an appropriate mixing ratio.

The vanadium-containing water stored in the reservoirs 500, 600, and 700 of the system may be directly used as aquaculture water of the aquaculture method of the present invention, or diluted and used as aquaculture water, and the aquaculture water in the aquaculture method of the present invention. The content of vanadium is 0.05 to 100 ppb, preferably 0.1-50 ppb.

In another aspect, the present invention is characterized in that the feed is a feed containing vanadium in the aquaculture method using the feed, the vanadium-containing feed is used as a feed vanadium-containing feed plants or by mixing the extract of the vanadium-containing plant in the feed or It can also be prepared by mixing a high concentration of vanadium water in the feed.

The vanadium-containing feed plant may be, for example, a feed plant grown with 0.5-100 ppb of cultivated water when cultivating feed plants such as corn, and the vanadium-containing extract is 0.5-100 ppb with cultivated water, for example. The harvest obtained by cultivating cultivated Myeongwolcho, green tea, leafy vegetables, etc. cultivated in the can be used as an extract obtained through a common hot water (90-100 ℃) extraction method, the high concentration vanadium water as an example described in the present invention High concentration vanadium water can be used in combination with conventional feed. Preferably the vanadium content is 0.5-500 ppb based on the raw weight of the feed.

In another aspect, the present invention provides a marine product enhanced with the vanadium component which is an essential mineral. In the present invention, aquaculture includes primary products such as fish, oysters, shellfish, seaweed, seaweed, etc. as well as secondary processed products processing them.

The vanadium content of the aquatic product of the present invention is preferably 0.001-100 ppb on the basis of fresh weight, preferably 0.1-50 ppb.

As described above, the vanadium-enriched aquatic product is enriched with vanadium, which is an essential mineral for humans, intrinsic nutrients of existing aquatic products, such as food, cosmetics, feed, medicine, feed, and household goods using vanadium-enriched crops. It can be applied to various fields.

In particular, ingestion of foods and medicines according to the present invention may bring more pronounced therapeutic and preventive effects on diabetes, hypertension, arteriosclerosis, and the like. In addition, in the case of the marine product prepared in the present invention, it is preferable for absorption of vanadium of the human body as a food to be consumed at ordinary times without burden. In addition, when manufacturing a cosmetic using a raw material of the vanadium-enhanced aquatic product as a raw material it can be produced a functional cosmetics exhibiting more excellent efficacy by strengthening the skin aging prevention, whitening, UV protection and the like in the conventional cosmetics.

The vanadium-enhanced aquatic product according to the present invention uses the nutrients of vanadium, which is a form of aquaculture, which is easily absorbed by the human body first, so that the nutritional and pharmacological synergistic effects of vanadium and aquatic products without concern for mineral toxicity. It is useful to have.

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In aquaculture method using aquaculture water,
The culture method characterized in that the cultured water contains vanadium.
The method of claim 1,
The culture method is characterized in that the content of vanadium is 0.05-100 ppb.
In aquaculture method using feed,
The feed method is characterized in that it contains vanadium.
The method of claim 3,
The feed method is characterized in that the vanadium content of 0.5 to 500 ppb.
The method according to claim 1 or 3,
The method of aquaculture is characterized in that the fish, aquatic creatures, algae, or amphibians.
Aquaculture with enhanced vanadium content. The method according to claim 6,
The vanadium content of the culture is characterized in that the culture weight 0.001-100 ppb.
The method according to claim 6,
The food, characterized in that the fish, oysters, shellfish, seaweed, or seaweed.
Food using the foodstuff of Claim 6. A medicine using the culture described in claim 6. Cosmetics using aquaculture of claim 6. Household goods using the foodstuff of Claim 6. Feed using the culture according to claim 6.
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