2 edition of Microbiology of meats. found in the catalog.
Microbiology of meats.
Lloyd B. Jensen
|LC Classifications||QR117 .J4 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
|LC Control Number||54011371|
Microbiology of Meats Microbiology of Meats F. C. Blanck Comminuted Meats (Sausage) Microbiology of Beef and of Bacon Microbial Aspects of Ice, Freezing, an Freezer Storage Action of Microorganisms on Fats Chemical Tests for Sanitary Quality Bacterial Spores and Canned Meats Gaseous Fermentation in Meat Products b the Genus Bacillus Storage of Canned Meats and . The term "fresh meats" is The proposals of Table 2 are referred to as "limits" They define a microbio- - 1/ Appreciation is expressed to members of the Microbiology Committee, Drs. J. A. Carpenter, R. H. Gothard and J. M. Jay for the information which they contributed for this presentation.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jensen, Lloyd B., Microbiology of meats. Champaign, Ill., Garrard Press  (OCoLC) Online version. The Microbiology Handbook series includes Dairy Products, Fish and Seafood, and Meat Products, published by Leatherhead Food International and RSC Publishing. The books in the series are designed as easy-to-use guides to the microorganisms found in foods. Each book provides a brief overview of the.
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Microbiology of Meats Hardcover – January 1, by Lloyd B. Jensen (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Lloyd B. Jensen.
Microbiology Handbook Meat Products provides readers with an easy-to-use reference to microorganisms found in various categories of meat products, including chilled and frozen meats, cooked meats, dried meats, cured meats, fermented meats and eggs.
This book is an ideal reference source for industry and quality assurance personnel, and for use in undergraduate courses in food science or microbiology.
It will be useful to students, microbiologists, food technologists, and any producer, distributor, or retailer of poultry meat products. Show less. The Microbiolology of Poultry Meat Products presents scientific knowledge on poultry meat and its products and covers various disciplines required in the determination Microbiology of meats.
book poultry meat. Microbiology of Meat and Poultry. This book provides an up-to-date review of the subject, with coverage including the physiology of bacteria, yeasts and molds associated with meat and poultry products; the microbiology of industrial slaughtering, processing, packaging and storage technologies; food safety and quality control.
The book is divided into 12 chapters dealing with the history of meat operations; the effects of sodium nitrate "on bacteria in meat; gaseous fermentation in meat products by the genus Bacillus; the bacteriology of green discolorations on meats; the action of microorganisms on fats; the bacteriology of normal tissues of swine ante- and post-mortem; the microbiology of beef; the bacteriology of Cited by: The book deals with the industrial microbiology of meat Microbiology of meats.
book While it contains numerous original observations, for the main part it is a summary of the various papers and reports dealing with this subject The field is vast and in many cases the problems have been but superficially surveyed or not at all The author is well aware of this and states that no pretence to completeness on any subject Cited by: Microbiology of Meats.
Reviewed by F. Blanck. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.
Author: F. Blanck. Introduction to the Microbiology of Food Processing Small Plant News Guidebook Series Bacteria can be placed into two groups based on their ability to form spores: spore formers and non-spore formers.
As you may have guessed, spore formers can form spores, and non-spore formers cannot form spores. he four major spore-forming bacteria are C.
botulinum,File Size: 2MB. Heat applied during the smoking of meat and meat products helps in reducing microbes. The cooking of meats for direct consumption greatly reduces the microbial content and hence lengthen the keeping time. Precooked frozen meat should contain few viable microbes. More meat is preserved by the use of low temperature either by chilling or freezing.
Changes in colour of meat pigments: The red colour of meat, called its “bloom,” may be changed to shades of green, brown, or is due to the production of oxidizing compounds like peroxides, or hydrogen sulfide, by bacteria.
Species of Lactobacillus (mostly heterofermentative) and Leuconostoc are reported to cause the greening of sausage. The microbiology of meat and poultry | R.J. Board, A.R. Davies | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. This book provides an up-to-date review of the subject, with coverage including the physiology of bacteria, yeasts and molds associated with meat and poultry products; the microbiology of industrial slaughtering, processing, packaging and storage technologies; food safety and quality control.
Microbiology Handbook Meat Products provides readers with an easy-to-use reference to microorganisms found in various categories of meat products, including chilled and frozen meats, cooked meats. This book provides an up-to-date review of the subject, with coverage including the physiology of bacteria, yeasts and molds associated with meat and poultry products; the microbiology of industrial slaughtering, processing, packaging and storage technologies; food safety and quality : $ microbiology course, but also as a valuable reference book to graduate students in the food science area, to individuals associated with the science, application, pro- duction, and regulation of foods as related to microorganisms in academic institu-File Size: 3MB.
Microbiology of Meats The simple practical manner in which the authors present the epidemiological aspect is of particular interest to all public health workers.
Too frequently control programs exclude practical application of all the information available from the epidemiological viewpoint. Microbiology of meats. Champaign, Ill., Garrard Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L B Jensen; Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of.
The purpose of this book is to present a collection of chapters written by specialists on particular aspects of meat microbiology. I hope the structure will present the reader with chapters which, read singly, present a clear account of one aspect, but taken together present a practical and coherent survey of meat microbiology.
Introduction Microbiology of Meat. A large diversity of meat products exist on the market that are dedicated to human consumption. Meat can originate from various birds (mainly chicken, turkey, ducks, etc.) or mammals (mainly pork, beef, lamb), and after slaughtering, carcasses and primary cuts are processed to a large variety of raw or processed food by: 3.
MICROBIOLOGY AND PRESERVATION OF MEATS hoisted, stuckandbled, washed, dehaired, butchered, anddressed. Beforethey were chilled andtanked, the control tissues andexpressed blood were examined (40minuteslater). Exceptforoneanimal(whichappearednormal,butharbored Hemophilus sp. in all tissues examined while alive and after dressing as well), noneofthehogs,whilealive Cited by: 5.
The author has done extensive research in the field of bacteriology of meats, and this book contains the results of much of his own research. The introduction and history in chapter 1 covers in a scholarly manner much interesting material from ancient times.INTRODUCTION.
Poultry, including broilers, turkey, duck, and quail, rank in third place among products. incriminated in foodhorne illness. For the United States, annual per capita poultry.
consumption ( lb) is highest among the meat groups, exceeding beef ( lb) and pork .The Microbiology Laboratory Guidebook (MLG) contains test methods used by the FSIS Field Service Laboratories to support FSIS regulatory activities.
The MLG contains methods for the sample preparation, isolation and identification of the major foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and their toxins, meat tissue species identification, and the.