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Meat and Poultry. Metabolic Pathways. Microbiological Media--Future Developments. Microbiology of Sous-Vide Products. Microflora of the Intestine. Milk and Milk Products. Minimal Methods of Processing. Molecular Biology--In Microbiological Analysis.
Natural Anti-Microbial Systems. Neurospora and Rhizopus. Nucleic Acid-Based Assays.
Packaging of Foods. Petrifilm--An Enhanced Cultural Technique. Physical Removal of Microfloras. Probiotic Bacteria. Process Hygiene. Quantitative Risk Analysis. Reference Materials. Shellfish Molluscs and Crustacea. Single Cell Protein. Spoilage of Plant Products. Spoilage Problems. Starter Cultures. Total Counts. Dont Distill Your Body. Apurva Chitte. Detection and Typing Strategies for Pathogenic Escherichia coli.
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Food Safety for Farmers Markets: Judy A. Manure Pathogens: Dwight D. Jyoti Prakash Tamang.
Advances in Meat, Poultry and Seafood Packaging. Joseph P. Hal King. Shiga toxins. Christopher J.
Allergy and Cross-Reactivity. Sue C. Killian M. Functional Properties of Traditional Foods. Kristberg Kristbergsson.
Pesticide Residue in Foods. Mohidus Samad Khan. Biophysical Therapy of Allergies. Peter Schumacher. Bacterial Fish Pathogens. Brian Austin. Diana Di Gioia. A Guide to Microorganisms and their control. Dr Greg Jones. Advances in Food Protection.
Magdy Hefnawy. Poultry Nutrition and Management. Naresh Mahajan. Food Safety Hazard Guidebook. Richard Lawley.
Viruses in Foods. Sagar M. Encyclopedia of Meat Sciences. Carrick Devine. Quantitative Microbiology in Food Processing. Anderson de Souza Sant'Ana. Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui. Handbook of Poultry Farming and Feed Formulation.
Ramesh Nandan. Microorganisms in Foods 8. Food Bioactives. Munish Puri. Biology of Breeding Poultry. Divyesh Pandey. Gabriella Caruso. Patch Testing. Laboratory Techniques in Plant Bacteriology. Suresh G. Staphylococcus aureus.
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