Penetration can be inhibited by good sanitation, by washing with warm water ( when washing is necessary) , by thermostabilization, or by storage in carbon dioxide or ozone. The natural defenses of the albumen are high pH, lysozyme, avidin, ovomucoid, and conalbumin. Iron in wash water enhances microbial growth in the albumen by saturating the chelating ability of conalbumin at the site of ... Effect of cold on food microorganisms: 1944 (480) ; 1951 (236); 1955 (40) ; 1962 (61).
|Title||:||Factors affecting the growth of psychrophilic micro-organisms in foods|
|Author||:||R. Paul Elliott, H. David Michener|