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Adobe Illustrator CS4 saved converted Factors that affect the growth of microorganisms. 2008-05-15T23:07:07-07:00 Different microorganisms (microbes) need different factors in order to grow and survive. 2008-05-16T11:26:55-07:00 Yeast, mould and coliform estimations are useful for evaluating sanitary practices. / from application/postscript to application/vnd.adobe.illustrator 2013-10-31T15:11:51+01:00 converted Food. converted xmp.iid:6E3AC4F3B620681195FEEB4062FDEC58 Adobe Illustrator CS4 / Vv8A8mlzR5vrPvLmDk8d/wCcZP8AjoeeP+Y+L/iU+bbtflj936nH0/OXvRP5yAf8rg/LQ03N2AT8 RG1ZHWkbciz1b4gWNaFv2s1WLs3Pouz/AANLLjywiRA5Ll/VB9QqhQ22HMR/hbjljPJxSFDycdc0 saved Factors affecting microbial growth in food • Intrinsic Factors • Environmental Factors • Implicit Factors • Processing Factors . }�Kz��|�>�ɐ�ԟ�{�^M{)h��}���}��[�fC���P��L����#�j�k�KD����C�D�ޫ2_菲�G�d?�'��W�^�Z'��`~�j&��Y��*� D}�2?�!��?��ڼ��R�?�����Q4��̇�W�#졑���I�G���ײ�������ډ��Vd> Milking equipment should be washed thoroughly before and after use rinsing is not enough. 2008-05-16T11:31:22-07:00 2008-05-15T22:53:33-07:00 yoghurt, sour cream, ripened buttermilk and cheese. The pH can interact with factors such as a w, salt, temperature, redox potential, and preservatives to inhibit growth of pathogens and other Some of the important factors affecting bacterial growth are: Nutrition concentration; Temperature; Gaseous concentration; pH; Ions and salt concentration ; Available water; 1. Once microorganisms get into the milk their numbers increase rapidly. Suitable arrangements for disinfecting hands should be provided, and clean working garments should not have contact with other clothes. Naturally soured milk is used to make many products, e.g. ��e���jO�=��&���O�>���>�M-�!�U���(d&C�R�y5쥢i����ioU����G�C#�2ړ��}�ɯe-�O�? Adobe Illustrator CS4 xV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV/9k= 2008-05-16T11:30:54-07:00 �� [ !1AQ"56Vaqst������ 27BTUru�����#4Rb���C����$3SWc����%���� ? 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Adobe Illustrator CS4 / 6xrCzPavMluBborvzdWYbMyClEPfL9Pp5ZpcMebCcxEWWAf9DT/lr/vjU/8AkRF/1WzO/kfN/R+f In addition to bacteria present in the milk other sources of bacteria in butter are: a) equipment, b) wash water, c) air contamination, d) packing materials, and e) personnel. saved 2008-05-15T16:23:06-07:00 They are produced by the action of fermentative bacteria on lactose and are more readily digested than fresh milk. pz/8moc5btj++/zR+l2Wl+hJv+cpbiO2m8mXMtfSgu55HpueKGBjT7su7HF8Y8v1sdSar3sh/wCh In general, yeast and molds are more acid tolerant than bacteria. diacetylactis, Leuconostoc cremoris and L. dextranicum. atqrKq2VzLzkjtwHUueEsrM5ZF4/aUCvQ7ZkjtYRPogIx6+bX+Wsbm2UeYPyXtNY8maB5e/TFxZ3 This inhibits clustering of the fat globules and consequently reduces the extent of creaming. High counts (more than 105/ml) are evidence of poor production hygiene. All butter contains some micro-organisms. xmp.iid:F97F117407206811ACAFB8DA80854E76 Factors Affecting Resistance to Heat and Recovery of Heat-Injured Bacteria 1 ROGER DABBAH and W. A. MOATS Market Quality Research Division, USDA, Beltsville, Maryland 20705 and J. F. MATTICK University of Maryland, Department of Dairy Science, College Park 20740 Abstract An unidentified Pseudomonas sp. 7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXEhQSTQDck9AMVWRTQzIJIXWSM9HQhht7jCRSr8CuxV2KvHv+ kaPXHCDEjigejDLhEt+RYzcf8466lrNo6+bPOmoaxcqhFlzDGGCRti/CSV+e3gV98yB2oIH93AR7 5zKrcqO0kzioIBHIPQ5eO0scTcMYEvx5MDgkdjLZ6x5e0DS/L2i2mjaVF6NhZJ6cMdanclmZj3Zm 2008-06-09T14:58:36-07:00 The factors can be generally classified as intrinsic and extrinsic factors. from application/pdf to Atab0rTMKcuIk97aGI/lr+WMPki41uaPUGvv0zOs7BohF6fAueIoz8v7z2zK1erOYR2rhDXjx8N+ 1CHWLDXKLb3ESqeLSEpGyOI4XqJFAdWFKGoyGTBgy4TkxjhMWUZzjMCW9skn8+eZk/P+38nrcqNB Because this book does not assume a back- ground in biochemistry, the biochemistry associated with foodborne mi-crobes is introduced. Food associated microorganisms are affected by 2 types of factors: Intrinsic factors :Includes physicochemical properties of food such as, Nutrients. / / Water activity / moisture content . 256 The presence of mastitis (an infection of the mammary gland) in the cow will increase the somatic cell count. 2008-05-16T13:46:13-07:00 Pasteurisation is used to reduce the microbial counts in milk for cheesemaking, and cream is pasteurised prior to tempering for buttermaking in some factories. Genigeorgis CA. 0+PzhJSktMTU5PRldYWVpbXF1eX1RlZmdoaWprbG1ub2R1dnd4eXp7fH1+f3OEhYaHiImKi4yNjo 8tzbwPI6yzceZMrlzXiFHfLdTqDlnxFhCAiKDIcoZuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2K It is carried out as a continuous process using a plate heat-exchanger to heat the milk and a holding section to ensure that the milk is completely pasteurised. k1Nm17H/AL7/ADT+hx9V9D5KzqXWuxVlGsaf5e0nSdE1PQ9akn1phzvIFRY2t5R+8R+ayMQwDKBx The salt must be evenly dispersed and worked in well. 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Factors that affect water activity requirements of microorganisms include the following- kind of solute added, nutritive value of culture medium, temperature, oxygen supply, pH, … Clove:- Essential oil, Eugenol Garlic:-Allicin Mustard oil:-Allyl isothiocyanate. 2008-04-17T14:19:15+05:30 Milk is a good source of all principal nutrients, including carbon, nitrogen and macro-minerals. The initial bacterial count of milk may range from less than 1000 cells/ml to 106/ml. The temperature of freshly drawn milk is about 38°C. proof:pdf Wash water can be a source of contamination with both coliform bacteria and bacteria associated with defects in butter. �� Y There were several factors that affect the rate of bacterial growth. uxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2Ku FACTORS AFFECTING GROWTH OF MICROORGANISMS BY: ARUSHI CHHABRA In most cases, micro-organism utilizes food supply as a source of nutrient for their growth. Molds can grow over wide range of pH from highly acidic to slightly alkalines, but optimum pH of growth is acidic. The organism not only deteriorates the food but may also pose risks of disease to the human being on consumption of such contaminated food. / 76 Y/y4f5v2/sX8mO93/Qotj/1M8v8A0hr/ANVsf5cP837f2L+THe7/AKFFsf8AqZ5f+kNf+q2P8uH+ /NgdPf1G2Rat+S1lqXkLRfKratcW82hMJbPU4EVW9QBhyZKn+fs4PvlENeY5ZToerozOG4gXyY9N Milk is normally pasteurised prior to sale as liquid milk. saved ktDM1t6cfLn9WeSvqU5/aXxzGGmh+VOSvVf6WZmfE4elMj/OHzHq/lv8udX1rSJRBqNp9X9CVkWQ Temperature 2. The factors are: 1. Xl1FFlqUChSWCBCzJWvbbi4p45j4teYZJT4QRPmGyWK4gXyY7N+RHnbVIP0b5h/MO+v9E5L6tqI3 When microorganisms grow in food they cause varying degrees of change in the food's characteristics as a result of metabolic activity. Adobe Illustrator CS4 Thus, pasteurised milk will putrefy rather than develop acidity. However, milk is unique with respect to its sugar. Adobe Illustrator CS6 (Macintosh) Hydrogen Ion Concentration 4. J Am Vet Med Assoc. from application/vnd.adobe.illustrator to Yeasts, moulds and a broad spectrum of bacteria can grow in milk, particularly at temperatures above 16°C. / Microorganisms that survive pasteurisation are putrefactive. Hq8epxRy4zcJiwaIsfGmmcDE0eaEzJYuxV9a/wDOLH/ktZ/+2nP/AMmoc5btj++/zR+l2Wl+h7Dm The legal standard, as defined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), requires that milk contain no detectable antibiotics when analysed using approved test methods. Adobe Illustrator CS4 uuid:5D20892493BFDB11914A8590D31508C8 Adobe Illustrator CS4 converted Factors affecting microbial growth in foods. It is more effective to exclude microorganisms than to try to control microbial growth … Adobe Illustrator CS6 (Macintosh) Biological Structure / iyhm7FWI/mf+X0Xnvy4miyXzWCpcpc+usYlJMauvHiWTrz8cytHqvBnxVezXkx8Yp5T/ANCi2P8A Personnel pass organisms to butter via the hands, mouth, nasal passage and clothing. �j�ZC�χ���~�uƃ��ĝ_���[!1�Ƶ�cGPdek��#�]ɳ%�۽}n}�����i_��.݋��d���٤�/v�zw����@ O�[�V�/����Pn�~�����>r�j���/ooɡ,1R 8 &���2K���>�(_^�~�uw�����=��K� |�H�d^ mo�G���Yr�Ui|���V�ؘ�1�k���¾�j-����sioDrN3u_DĹK~2��ڭ$M�!���������!���. GOUoDikASB3nu+LKABIB5Jl5wtvLltr9xH5cuWu9Ibi9vM4KkBwGKUb4vgrx+LfbMHsXLqsmmidX 2008-05-16T15:51:06-07:00 Adobe Illustrator CS4 Adobe Illustrator CS4 xmp.iid:6B6AE2A5723EDD11A6F1BABF7C5A7A51 Adobe Illustrator CS4 Factors affecting microbial growth in food (a) Intrinsic factors: These are inherent in the food. The use of multiple environmental factors (i.e., pH, salt concentration, tem- ... as in the case of cheddaring cheese made from unpasteurized milk. Washing and smoking the churn reduces bacterial numbers. saved saved Redox potential. saved Bacterial types commonly associated with milk are given in Table 3. Written on: July 14, 2020. from application/vnd.adobe.illustrator to application/vnd.adobe.illustrator Antibiotics are used to treat mastitis infections. riLI6D/F8vu/QVzfXFC3rrH/AM5X2PM8fUsSErtU/U5On3ZKP+In3/pQf74e5l3/ADkTNEn5Q64j A high standard of personal hygiene is required from people engaged in buttermaking. Adobe Illustrator CS4 The low pH retards growth of lipolytic and proteolytic bacteria and therefore protects the fat and protein in the milk. from application/pdf to xmp.iid:F97F1174072068118D4ED246B3ADB1C6 �� C �� C�� �; �� from application/vnd.adobe.illustrator to application/vnd.adobe.illustrator Bacteria, coliform and somatic cell counts are frequently used. xmp.iid:F97F11740720681197C1BF14D1759E83 +DlJWWl5iZmpucnZ6fkqOkpaanqKmqq6ytrq+v/aAAwDAQACEQMRAD8A9U4q7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7 / Solutes and Water Acidity 2. Factors Affecting Microbial Growth Food. saved Microbial growth in food is dependent on Intrinsic Factors: physical and chemical properties of the food Extrinsic Factors: Storage conditions Implicit Factors: Physiological properties of microorganisms Process Factors: heating, cutting,.. 3. The composition of human breast milk is dynamic and variable, unlike infant formulas, which are standardized within a narrow range of composition. saved 2008-06-26T06:07:42-07:00 / DBAMDAwMDAwQDA4PEA8ODBMTFBQTExwbGxscHx8fHx8fHx8fHwEHBwcNDA0YEBAYGhURFRofHx8f In rural milk processing, many processes depend on the development of acidity, and hence pasteurisation may not be appropriate. In addition to being a nutritious food for humans, milk provides a favorable environment for the growth of microorganisms. Proteolysis degrades the casein to peptides which may be further degraded to amino acids which are responsible for alkaline reaction and bitter taste of milk. 1. 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Adobe Illustrator CS4 Adobe Illustrator CS4 Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The presence of defect producing types can be indicated by estimating the presence of lipolytic organisms. Rapid tests are available for estimating the bacterial quality of milk. 2013-10-31T15:11:51+01:00 xmp.iid:F77F117407206811BDDDFD38D0CF24DD 1OT0ZXWFlaW1xdXl9WZ2hpamtsbW5vY3R1dnd4eXp7fH1+f3OEhYaHiImKi4yNjo+Ck5SVlpeYmZ Bacteria multiply very rapidly in warm milk and milk sours rapidly if held at these temperatures. AQACAwQFBgcICQoLEAACAQMDAgQCBgcDBAIGAnMBAgMRBAAFIRIxQVEGE2EicYEUMpGhBxWxQiPB pDX/AKrY/wAuH+b9v7F/Jjvd/wBCi2P/AFM8v/SGv/VbH+XD/N+39i/kx3u/6FFsf+pnl/6Q1/6r 3tbLUbD4NZ8wThVXkSQlIyjqjEKeQVG33HHLM2j02A8UySDyixhlyTFD5o/QPOP5qeTfzM0ryn53 Factor affecting bacterial growth. Getty Images . Preterm milk or milk of the mothers who give birth prematurely may differ than milk produced by women after full-term delivery. xmp.iid:01E540664A3DDD11BD33D3EB8D3A1068 In batch pasteurisation, fixed quantities of milk are heated to 63°C and held at this temperature for 30 minutes. It may be desirable not to wash butter, since washing reduces yield. The total bacteria count is the number of bacteria in a sample that can grow and form countable colonies on Standard Methods Agar after being held at 32°C for 48 hours. saved xmp.iid:B233668C16206811BDDDFD38D0CF24DD saved There is some loss of vitamin C and B group vitamins, but this is insignificant. }�Kz��|�>�ɐ�ԟ�{�^M{)h��}���}��[�fC���P��L����#�j�k�KD����C�D�ޫ2_菲�G�d?�'��W�^�Z'��`~�j&��Y��*� D}�2?�!��?��ڼ��R�?�����Q4��̇�W�#졑���I�G���ײ�������ډ��Vd> It is more effective to exclude microorganisms than to try to control microbial growth once they have entered the milk. An adjustment of the fat content of cream is required, or if the fat content of whole milk must be reduced to a given level, skim milk must be added. xmp.iid:FA7F117407206811BDDDFD38D0CF24DD At this temperature bacterial growth will be reduced and enzyme activity retarded. The lower temperature used for batch pasteurisation means that a longer time is required to complete the process 30 minutes at 63°C, compared with 15 seconds a 72°C. Microbial growth can be controlled by cooling the milk. This article throws light upon the four important physical factors that affect the growth of micro-organisms. Many micronutrients such as vitamins and micro-minerals are also available. Packaging materials, cups and leaves are also sources of contaminants. Pasteurisation has little effect on the nutritive value of milk. Every food, milk, meat, eggs, seafoods, and their products are more prone to microbial attack of several groups of microorganisms. 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