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Modeling Microbial Responses in Food (Contemporary Food Science)

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Microbiology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - Microbiology,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Food Science,
  • Technology / Food Industry & Science,
  • Aliments,
  • Food,
  • Microbiologie,
  • Modáeles mathâematiques

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRobin C. McKellar (Editor), Xuewen Lu (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages360
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8258981M
    ISBN 10084931237X
    ISBN 109780849312373


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ISBN: 0‐‐‐X. $ That look of the deer in the headlights is usually encountered when trying to explain microbial modeling to those who are new to the subject.

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The comprehensive coverage includes basic approaches such as improvements in the development of primary and secondary Cited by: Modeling Microbial Responses in Food / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, NOOK Book. Read an excerpt of this book. Modeling Microbial Responses in Foods covers all aspects of growth and survival modeling from the primary stage of gathering data to the implementation of final models in appropriate delivery systems.

Publish your book with B&: $ Modeling microbial responses in food Kossen, ); or by the variables considered into primary, secondary and tertiary (Whiting and Buchanan, ). Kinetic and probability models Kinetic models are considered with the rates of response (Growth or death). Examples include.

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The comprehensive coverage includes basic approaches such as improvements in the development of primary and secondary models, statistical.

The first state-of-the-art review of this dynamic field in a decade, Modeling Microbial Responses in Foods provides the latest information on techniques in mathematical modeling of microbial growth and survival. The comprehensive coverage includes basic approaches such as improvements in the development of primary and secondary models, statistical.

This book contains 12 chapters covering the latest information on techniques in mathematical modelling of microbial growth and survival in foods, starting from the primary stage of gathering data to the implementation of final models in appropriate delivery systems.

Information on experimental design and use of primary and secondary models, with examples of fitting strategies, are by: Modeling microbial responses in food requires the interdisciplinary collaboration of food microbiologists and mathematicians; food technologists and computing scientists; molecular microbiologists.

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The Microbial Modeling & Bioinformatics for Food Safety & Security research team is addressing the following high priority research topics: Developing and validating new predictive models for estimating the responses of microbial pathogens in select food matrices, as a function of food formulation, competitive flora, thermal inactivation, and.

The ComBase database of bacterial responses to food environments is a major international initiative to coordinate the collection and dissemination of data on bacterial responses of food-related environments.

For academia, ComBase is an electronic repository of data and predictive models on microbial responses to food-environments. Prof. Anderson de Souza Sant'Ana, Department of Food science, Faculty of Food Engineering, University of Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Anderson de Souza Sant'Ana is an Industrial Chemist, Master and PhD in Food Science.

As an Industrial Chemist his interests are focused on the microbiological aspects involving the handling and transformation of raw materials into processed food products.

This book provides an overview of the major literature in the area of predictive microbiology, with a special focus on food. The authors tackle issues related to modeling approaches and their applications in both microbial spoilage and safety.

Food spoilage is presented through applications of best-before-date determination and commercial. Modeling Microbial Responses in Foods edited by Robin C. McKellar and Xuewen Lu. Features: Provides information on experimental design and use of primary and secondary models, with examples of fitting strategies Presents methods and approaches for relating models to food and food processing.

Modeling in Food Microbiology 1st Edition but also involves the estimation of how likely an individual or population is to be exposed to a microbial hazard. This book provides an overview of the major literature in the area of predictive microbiology, with a special focus on food.

Modeling Microbial Responses: Application to Food. Abstract. Predictive microbiology is the integration of traditional microbiology knowledge with those found in the disciplines of mathematics, statistics and information systems and technology to describe microbial behaviour in order to prevent food spoilage as well as food-borne illnesses.

Submitted to: Modelling Microbial Responses in Food Publication Type: Book / Chapter Publication Acceptance Date: 10/3/ Publication Date: 10/3/ Citation: Tamplin, M.L., Baranyi, J., Paoli, G. Software programs to increase the utility of predictive microbiology information. The first attempt to model microbial behaviour in foods was the preliminary experience almost a century ago to quantify the heat reduction in food matrices5,6,8, The concept of a sterilising value (F-value) was developed10 and is usually expressed in minutes at.

Read "Modeling in Food Microbiology From Predictive Microbiology to Exposure Assessment" by Jeanne-Marie Membré available from Rakuten Kobo. Predictive microbiology primarily deals with the quantitative assessment of microbial responses at a macroscopic or micr.

Microorganisms are essential for the production of many foods, including cheese, yoghurt, and bread, but they can also cause spoilage and diseases. Quantitative Microbiology of Food Processing: Modeling the Microbial Ecology explores the effects of food processing techniques on these microorganisms, the microbial ecology of food, and the surrounding issues concerning contemporary food safety.

This chapter introduces the basic concepts of microbial risk assessment and provides an overview of the methodology and applications to food safety. Risk analysis is used to develop an estimate of risks, to identify and implement measures to control the risks, and to communicate with stakeholders about the risks and measures applied.

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microorganisms associated with food production, and in particular, bacterial pathogens. FSIS hopes it will assist you, the small and very small plant owner and operator, with your understanding of the microorganisms responsible for foodborne illness and, thus, enhance your ability to use microbial control.

In this vein, predictive microbiology is the study of the microbial behavior in relation to certain environmental conditions, which assure food quality and safety. Microbial responses are evaluated through developed mathematical models, which must be validated for the specific case.

Schaffner, Donald./ Models-what comes after the next ng Microbial Responses in Food. CRC Press, pp. Predictive microbiology focuses on the quantitative description and prediction of the behavior (growth, survival, and inactivation) of pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms in food products.

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