2 edition of bacteriology of spray-dried egg found in the catalog.
bacteriology of spray-dried egg
Medical Research Council (Great Britain)
|Statement||by various authors.|
|LC Classifications||QR129 .M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||med47002280|
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pp pp. Abstract: This report, consisting of a comprehensive collection of papers on the bacteriology of spray-dried egg, covers the general bacteriology of the egg powder, but the bulk of the report is concerned with the importance of contamination.
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Bacteriology of spray-dried egg. London, H.M. Stationery Off., This important report contains an account of four sets of investigations by various investigators, with a general summary of the problem of the use of dried eggs as part of the food supply. The four investigations deal respectively with: the Bacteriology of Dried Egg; Human Salmonella Infections associated with the Consumption of Dried Egg; Outbreaks of Food Poisoning of the Toxin Type.
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The Bacteriology of Spray-Dried Egg with Particular Reference to Food Poisoning. They defined incubation period as “the time from the laying of an egg to its hatching” and concluded that parental behavior explained why the incubation period of second eggs was shorter than that of first eggs and controlled [Show full abstract] asynchronous hatching.
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This book focuses mainly on biologically active substances derived from egg components and their potential use. These include substances with anti-microbial, anti-adhesive. Improving the safety and quality of eggs and egg products reviews recent research in these areas Volume 2 focuses on egg safety and nutritional quality.
Part one provides an overview of egg contaminants, covering both microbial pathogens and chemical residues. Salmonella control in laying hens is the focus of part two. Browse book content. About the book.
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