By Bibek Ray
Simply because the prior variants of this extremely popular textual content answered to the transitions in their time, the 3rd version displays the present evolution of foodstuff microbiology and explores the newest advancements within the discipline.
Completely revised and up-to-date, primary meals Microbiology, 3rd version comprises the newest info on microbial pressure reaction, nutrition biopreservatives, contemporary pathogens of value (such as Helicobacter pylori and BSE), and keep an eye on by means of novel processing applied sciences. a brand new bankruptcy addresses foodborne sickness issues in ready-to-eat meals, and an accelerated bankruptcy on microbial rigidity investigates the significance of pressure reaction in meals. The ebook gains up to date insurance of spoilage micro organism in refrigerated meals, offers new sections on fresh-cut vegatables and fruits, and comprises questions and chosen readings on the finish of every chapter.
Providing finished info at the interactions of microorganisms and foodstuff, this well timed source complements knowing of nutrients microbiology in a logical and concise demeanour. it is going to be a worthy reference for pros and scholars desirous about nutrition and microbiology.
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Important species: Escherichia coli. Enterobacter. Straight rods (1 ¥ 2 mm); motile; mesophiles. Found in the intestinal contents of humans, animals, birds, and in the environment. Included in the coliform group as an indicator of sanitation. Important species: Enterobacter aerogenes. \ 25 26 FUNDAMENTAL FOOD MICROBIOLOGY Edwardsiella. Small rods (1 ¥ 2 mm); motile. Found in the intestines of cold-blooded animals and in fresh water. Can be pathogenic to humans, but involvement in foodborne disease not shown.
Several strains produce bacteriocins, some with a wide spectrum against Gram-positive bacteria, and these have potential as food biopreservatives. Pediococcus. Spherical cells (1 mm); form tetrads; mostly present in pairs; nonmotile; facultative anaerobes; homolactic fermentators; mesophiles, but some can grow at 50rC; some survive pasteurization. Some species and strains are used in food fermentation. Some can cause spoilage of alcoholic beverages. Found in vegetative materials and in some food products.
Cells are spherical to oval. , Torulopsis versatilis). They also spoil fruit juice concentrates and acid foods. Candida. Many species spoil foods with high acid, salt, and sugar and form pellicles on the surface of liquids. , Candida lipolyticum). Zygosaccharomyces. , Zygosaccharomyces bailii). C. 8–10 Some are able to cause enteric disease, and thus, if present in a food, can cause foodborne diseases. Hepatitis A and Norwalk-like viruses have been implicated in foodborne outbreaks. Several other enteric viruses, such as poliovirus, echo virus, and Coxsackie virus, can cause foodborne diseases.
Fundamental Food Microbiology, Third Edition by Bibek Ray