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MICR 4070- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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[MICR 4070] Comprehensive Spring guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at Friday, January 12, 2018 MICRO 4070: Food Microbiology, Lecture 1 Food Microbiology - A subdivision of microbiology • Its studies microbes that grow in food and how food environments influence microbes - Microbiologists can modify, decrease, or increase the amounts of a microorganism - Microbes will break down nutrients in the large intestine of humans; bad microbiota can cause disease or sickness - Microorganisms are 2-6 lbs of our weight Who’s on First - Microbes were first on earth, followed by large animals (dinosaurs, mammoths, etc), and then the humans History of Microorganisms - Food-gathering period (hunter-gatherer): 1 million years ago to about 8,000 years ago • food may have been cooked by fire • had a largely carnivorous diet - Food-producing period: 8,000 years ago till present • 5000 BC: Making boiler pots • 7000 BC: Beer manufacture • 3,500 BC: wines • 3,000 BC: First livestock breeders and dairy men 1 find more resources at
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