Modern Food Microbiology

Author: James M. Jay
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387234136
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With thirty revised and updated chapters the new edition of this classic text brings benefits to professors and students alike who will find new sections on many topics concerning modern food microbiology. This authoritative book builds on the trusted and established sections on food preservation by modified atmosphere, high pressure and pulsed electric field processing. It further covers food-borne pathogens, food regulations, fresh-cut produce, new food products, and risk assessment and analysis. In-depth references, appendixes, illustrations, index and thorough updating of taxonomies make this an essential for every food scientist.

Modern Food Microbiology

Author: James M. Jay
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387231808
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This authoritative book builds on its trusted and established sections on food preservation. With thirty revised and updated chapters, and new sections on many topics, the seventh edition of this classic text brings benefits to professors and students alike.

Modern Food Microbiology

Author: James Monroe Jay
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ISBN: 9789813045071
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Modern Food Microbiology

Author: K.R Aneja
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ISBN: 9789386800022
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Food Microbiology And Hygiene

Author: Richard Hayes
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780412539800
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The aims of this book remain the same, that is, that it should be of in terest to all those people concerned with, or about, food hygiene in the broadest sense. There was clearly a need for a book of this sort and its success has necessitated a second edition. It will, I hope, answer criticisms that were justifiably made about certain omissions and shortcomings levelled at the earlier edition. The whole book has been thoroughly revised with the introduction of several new sections to various chapters. During the time that has elapsed since the earlier edition appeared there has been much publicity about newer forms of 'food poisoning'. Thus listeriosis is discussed in some detail whilst the problems of salmonellas in eggs and BSE are also considered. Interest in irradiated foods has waxed and waned but it is rightly included in the relevant chapter. There has been much progress in methodology with the advent of advanced molecular techniques such as gene probes and that of PCR; these are discussed briefly. I have included sections on HACCP which has come into great prominence in recent years thus answering a specific criticism made of the earlier edition. The chapter on water and waste disposal contains material on Legionnaires' disease and cryptosporidiosis, infections of much concern at the present time. Finally, the chapter on legislation has undergone a major revision with far greater emphasis being placed on EC food hygiene legislation.

Instructor S Manual For Jay S Modern Food Microbiology

Author: Peter S. Murano
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9780834218208
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This Manual is intended to be used as companion terms and definitions provided can help clarify con material to the textbook Modern Food Microbiology, cepts covered in the textbook. This section can also Sixth Edition, by James Jay. Each chapter ofthe Manual serve as a source of questions for quizzes or exams. It corresponds directly to the chapters in the textbook, can also serve as review material to be used in summary and is divided into the following sections: discussions. Finally, the two sections on questions are designed to 1. Learning Objectives. test student-learning ofthe fundamental concepts from 2. Chapter Outline. each chapter. The success of accomplishing the learn 3. Terms and Definitions. ing objectives is directly related to student performance 4. Basic Knowledge Questions. in answering these questions. In particular, the Basic 5. Critical Thinking Questions. Knowledge Questions section is designed to review the material covered in the chapter, and serve as a good The purpose of the Learning Objectives section is indicator of a type of learning known as "lower-level to help the instructor design the lecture material in a cognition. " The Critical Thinking Questions section way that will ensure a successful outcome, from the is designed to challenge critical thinking skills by pro perspective of both the instructor and the student. There viding students with questions that require a more are two purposes for the Chapter Outline.

Food Microbiology

Author: M. R. Adams
Editor: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 0854042849
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This is the third edition of a widely acclaimed text covering the whole field of modern food microbiology.

Dairy Microbiology And Biochemistry

Author: Barbaros Ozer
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482235048
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This book covers recent developments in types, classifications, and genetic traits of indigenous milk microorganisms and dairy starter cultures. It also discusses biochemical reactions taking place in different dairy products and microorganisms involved in such reactions. The text provides strategies for rapid detection of pathogenic and non‐pathogenic organisms in milk and milk products and safety systems for dairy processing. It concludes with a discussion of the effects of non‐thermal processing technologies on milk microorganisms and biochemical reactions in milk products.

Food Microbiology

Author: Martin R Adams
Editor: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1847550886
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This widely acclaimed text covers the whole field of modern food microbiology. Now in its second edition, it has been revised and updated throughout and includes new sections on stress response, Mycobacterium spp., risk analysis and new foodborne health problems such as BSE. Food Microbiology covers the three main aspects of interaction between micro-organisms and food - spoilage, foodborne illness and fermentation - and the positive and negative features that result. It discusses the factors affecting the presence of micro-organisms in food and their capacity to survive and grow. Also included are recent developments in procedures used to assay and control the microbiological quality of food. Food Microbiology presents a thorough and accessible account of this increasingly topical subject, and is an ideal text for undergraduate courses in the biological sciences, biotechnology and food science. It will also be valuable as a reference for lecturers and researchers in these areas.

Rapid Analysis Techniques In Food Microbiology

Author: P. Patel
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461526620
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The food industry, with its diverse range of products (e.g. short shelf-life foods, modified atmosphere packaged products and minimally processed products) is governed by strict food legislation, and microbiological safety has become a key issue. Legally required to demonstrate 'due diligence', food manufacturers are demanding analytical techniques that are simple to use, cost effective, robust, reliable and can provide results in 'real time'. The majority of current microbiological techniques (classical or rapid), particularly for the analysis of foodborne pathogens, give results that are only of retrospective value and do not allow proactive or reactive measures to be imple mented during modem food production. Rapid methods for microbial analysis need to be considered in the context of modem Quality Assurance (QA) systems. This book addresses microbiologists, biochemists and immunologists in the food industry, the public health sector, academic and research institutes, and manufacturers of kits and instruments. This volume is an up-to-date account of recent developments in rapid food microbiological analysis, current approaches and problems, rapid methods in relation to QA systems, and future perspectives in an intensely active field. P.D.P. Contributors Public Health Laboratory, Royal Preston Hospital, PO Box F.J. Bolton 202, Sharoe Green Lane North, Preston PR2 4HG, UK. D. M. Gibson Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Torry Research Station, 135 Abbey Road, Aberdeen AB9 8DG, Scotland. P.A. Hall Microbiology and Food Safety, Kraft General Foods, 801 Waukegan Road, Glenview, Illinois 60025, USA.