Compendium of Methods for the Microbiological Examination of Foods
Marvin L. Speck
American Public Health Association, 1976 - Aliments - Microbiologie - 701 pages
General laboratory procedures. Indicator microorganisms and pathogens. Microorganisms and food safety. Preparation of microbiological materials.
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Sample Collection Shipment and Preparation
Equipment Media Reagents Routine Tests
Beef Heart Infusion Broth
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15 minutes aerobic Aerobic Plate Count aflatoxin anaerobic Appl aseptically aureus autoclave Bacillus bacteria botulinum botulism brine broth cells centrifuge Chapter Clostridium coagulase coli colonies concentration container culture detection dilution Dissolve ingredients distilled water Distilled water 1.0 enterotoxin Escherichia coli examination extract fecal coliform fermentation filter fish flask Food Technol foodborne frozen g Agar g Distilled g Sodium gram growth halophiles heat incubation indicate ingredients in distilled inoculated isolated juice laboratory Lactobacillus lactose liquid meat medium mesophilic methods micro microbial Microbiol Microbiological microorganisms microscopic milk minutes at 121 mycotoxins normal organisms parahaemolyticus parasites pasteurized pathogens patulin peptone perfringens phosphate pickles pipet prepared present procedure processing reagents refrigerated Salmonella salt shellfish slide Sodium chloride solution species spoilage sporeforming spores stain Staphylococcus sterile storage surface temperature thermophilic tion toxic toxin Tryptone tubes vegetables Vibrio Vibrio parahaemolyticus water 1.0 liter