Microorganisms in Foods 6: Microbial Ecology of Food Commodities: v. 6

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Physical description 1 online resource xx, pages : illustrations. Series Microorganisms in foods ; 8. Online Available online.

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SpringerLink Full view. More options. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents Preface. Principles of Using Data in Microbial Control. Utility of Microbial Testing for Safety and Quality. Validation of Control Measures. Verification of Process Control. Verification of Environmental Control. Corrective Actions to Re-Establish Control. Microbiological Testing in Customer-Supplier Relations.

Applications of Principles to Product Categories.

Applications and Use of Criteria and Other Tests. Meat Products. Fish and Seafood Products.


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Handbook - Course - Food Microbiology - FOOD

Year: Volume: 3 Issue: 5 Page No. Abdullah-Al- Mahin , Md. Golam Sorrowar , Md. Zahid Hasan , Md.

Microorganisms in Foods 8 : Use of Data for Assessing Process Control and Product Acceptance

Mansurul Haque and Harun-Or- Rashid. Abstract: This study was conducted to assess microbiological quality of a local fresh water fish of Bangladesh named mola, Amblypharyngodon mola. The effects of freezing temperature, irradiation and their combination treatments on the associated microorganisms during storage of the fish were also evaluated.

For this purpose, fish samples were collected from a local market and irradiated with different doses 2.


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Seventy six bacterial strains were isolated and identified from these samples which include Staphylococcus aureus , Micrococcus varians , Aeromonas hydrophila , Pseudomonas aeruginosa , Escherichia coli , Klebsiella ozaenae , Bacillus subtilis , Bacillus megaterium , Klebsiella edwardsii and Micrococcus radiodurans. When treated with gamma radiation dose, the total coliform, faecal coliform, Aeromonas sp. During frozen storage, microbial counts were gradually decreased with time. However, the combination of these two treatments was found more effective than any of the single treatment for elimination of the associated microorganisms.

The moisture content s of mola fish were not changed significantly at different stage of storage periods and also at different radiation doses. On the other hand, losses of total protein contents were also very low with increasing storage time and radiation dose. The findings indicated that, the combination treatment can be applied for long time preservation of mola fish in Bangladesh without any significant loss of moisture and protein values.

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