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by William C. Frazier,Dennis C. Westhoff

Food Microbiology download ebook
ISBN:
0070219214
ISBN13:
978-0070219212
Author:
William C. Frazier,Dennis C. Westhoff
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McGraw-Hill College; Subsequent edition (February 1, 1988)
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539 pages
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William C Frazier, Dennis C Westhoff. The content in Food Microbiology is sure to meet the needs of both undergraduate and postgraduate degree students of Food Microbiology. TABLE OF CONTENTSPart I: Food and Microorganisms. Chapter 1: Food as a substrate for microorganisms Chapter 2: Microorganisms important in Food Microbiology Chapter 3: Contamination of Foods Chapter 4: General Principles Underlying Spoilage: Chemical Changes Caused by Microorganisms.

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Food as substrate for microorganisms. microorganisms important in food microbiology. Contamination of foods. General principles underlying spoilage: chemical changes caused by microorganisms. principles of food preparation. General principles of food preservation: asepsis, removal, anaerobic conditions. Preservation by use of high temperatures. Preservation by use of low temperature.

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Food Microbiology is the most successful book in its field, thanks to its meticulous comprehensive coverage of its subject matter. Here is a summary table of contents: PART 1 - FOOD AND MICROORGANISMS: 1 Food as a Substrate for Microorganisms; 2 Microorganisms Important in Food Microbiology; 3 Contamination of Food;s 4 General Principles Underlying Spoilage: Chemical Changes Caused by Microorganisms. PART 2 - PRINCPLES OF FOOD PREPARATION: 5 General Principles of Food Preservation: Asepsis, Removal, Anaerobic Conditions; 6 Preservation by Use of High Temperatures; 7 Preservation by Use of Low Temperatures; 8 Preservation by Drying; 9 Preservation by Food Additives; 10 Preservation by Radiation. PART 3 - CONTAMINATION, PRESERVATION, AND SPOILAGE OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF FOODS: 11 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Cereals and Cereal Products; 12 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Sugars and Sugar Products; 13 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Vegetables and Fruits; 14 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Meats and Meat Products; 15 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Fish and Other Seafoods; 16 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Eggs; 17 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Poultry; 18 Contamination, Preservation, and Spoilage of Milk and Milk Products; 19 Spoilage of Heated Canned Foods; 20 Miscellaneous Foods. PART 4 - FOODS AND ENZYMES PRODUCED BY MICROORGANISMS: 21 Production of Cultures for Food Fermentations; 22 Food Fermentations; 23 Foods and Enzymes from Microorganisms. PART 5 - FOODS IN RELATION TO DISEASE: 24 Food-borne Illness: Bacterial; 25 Food-borne Poisonings. Infections, and Intoxications: Nonbacterial; 26 Investigation of Food-borne Disease Outbreaks. PART 6 - FOOD SANITATION, CONTROL, AND INSPECTION: 27 Microbiology In Food Sanitation; 28 Food Control.