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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

[BIOL 3052] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (97 pages long)

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The most prevalent microbiological problem facing the food industry is simple spoilage by bacteria, yeasts, or molds that are not hazardous to health.
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Biuret, Sweetness Of Wine, Bentonite

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Preventing or reducing the growth of microbes and germination of spores in foods. Control methods are more effective when cells are in exponential phas
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Sauerkraut, Prophage, Penicillium Camemberti

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Raw materials (usually not heat treated) used contain both desired and associated organisms. Conditions of incubation set such to achieve rapid growth
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Probiotic, Foodborne Illness, Shigella

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From the consumption of food and water containing viable pathogenic microorganisms or their preformed toxins. From the ingestion of pathogenic algae, p
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Clostridium, Propionibacterium Freudenreichii, Botulism

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Physical, chemical, and biocontrol methods of food preservation. Any organisms to levels that are insignificant under storage conditions. Vegetative ce
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Enterococcus, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Azide

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Indicator organisms: used to assess the microbiological quality or the safety of foods. Organisms and/or their metabolic products whose presence in a g
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eugenol, Psychrophile, Lysozyme

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Microbes in foods: types, sources and factors affecting their growth. External sources that encountered during the process of production. Gi tract, uri
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Asymmetric Cell Division, Germination, Clostridium

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Microbes important in foods normally reproduce by binary fission. Molds, yeasts and some bacteria can form spores. Mold form large numbers of spores fo
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Acridine, Fluorescence, Aureus

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Detection of microbes and/or their products in food. Directly or indirectly enumerate or estimate the number of a specific group of microbes among the
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

BIOL 3052 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Acrylate, Sulfide, Raw Milk

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Microbial spoilage due to microbial growth or microbial enzymes. Oxidation of fat, oxidative browning of fruits and vegetables, autolytic degradation o
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MUNBIOL 3052Dawn BignellWinter

[BIOL 3052] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (65 pages long)

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The most prevalent microbiological problem facing the food industry is simple spoilage by bacteria, yeasts, or molds that are not hazardous to health.
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