The authors conclude with an overview of molecular subtyping and its value with regard to in-plant investigations. Numerous nationally recognized authors in the field have contributed to the book. The editor, Dr. Jeffery L. Kornacki, is President and Senior Technical Director of the consulting firm, Kornacki Microbiology Solutions in Madison, Wisconsin. He is also Adjunct Faculty with the Department of Food Science at the University of Georgia and also with the National Food Safety a Toxicology Center at Michigan State University.These factors can be broken down into intrinsic and extrinsic factors associated with the food or the environment. Intrinsic factors that impact microbial growth or survival are those properties within the food itself. ... biologically available (not chemically bound) water (i.e., water activity), the oxidation/reduction potential ( ORP) of the food, its pH, and the type of acid present. ... Affecting. the. Growth. and. Survival. of. Microbes. 5.2.1. Water. Activity. (aw). Bacteria and fungi have an absoluteanbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles of Microbiological Troubleshooting in the Industrial Food Processing Environment|
|Author||:||Jeffrey Kornacki, Michael P. Doyle|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-05-19|