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Proceedings From The 32nd Marschall Italian And Specialty Cheese Seminar, Various Authors Sep 1995

Proceedings From The 32nd Marschall Italian And Specialty Cheese Seminar, Various Authors

Cheese Industry Conference

No abstract provided.


Fatty Acid Composition Of Oil From Adapted Elite Corn Breeding Materials, Francie G. Dunlap, Pamela J. White, Linda M. Pollak, Thomas J. Brumm Sep 1995

Fatty Acid Composition Of Oil From Adapted Elite Corn Breeding Materials, Francie G. Dunlap, Pamela J. White, Linda M. Pollak, Thomas J. Brumm

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

The fatty acid composition of corn oil can be altered to meet consumer demands for “healthful” fats (i.e., lower saturates and higher monounsaturates). To this end, a survey of 418 corn hybrids and 98 corn inbreds grown in Iowa was done to determine the fatty acid composition of readily-available, adapted, elite corn breeding materials. These materials are those used in commercial hybrid production. Eighty-seven hybrids grown in France (18 of which also were grown in lowa) were analyzed to determine environmental influence on fatty acid content. The parents of the hybrids and the inbreds were classified in one of ...


A Three-Year Level Study Of The Profitability Of Corn And Soybean Production, Todd D. Davis, William M. Edwards Aug 1995

A Three-Year Level Study Of The Profitability Of Corn And Soybean Production, Todd D. Davis, William M. Edwards

Economic Staff Paper Series

Crop producers face many decisions each year about the quantity and quality of inputs to use, the purchasing of these inputs, and the timing of production operations. Because their time for gathering and analyzing information on which to base management decisions is limited, they need to know which decision, areas have the greatest impact on profitability. A set of detailed and accurate records of production, costs, and returns from a group of producers growing corn and soybeans in Iowa over a three-year period was.available from Iowa State University Extension. This information was used to assess the relative importance of ...


Properties Of Sugary-2 Maize Starch: Influence Of Exotic Background., M. R. Campbell, Pamela J. White, Linda M. Pollak Jul 1995

Properties Of Sugary-2 Maize Starch: Influence Of Exotic Background., M. R. Campbell, Pamela J. White, Linda M. Pollak

Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications

Genetic modifiers of maize (Zea mays L.) starch thermal properties were examined by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). Sugary- 2 (su2) kernels from segregating ears were identified based on textural appearance of starches following crosses between an exotic maize accession with the inbred OH43 homozygous for the su2 allele (OH43 su2). Two exotic maize accessions, PI213768 and PI451692, were used. Germs retained from su2 kernels were used to produce an F2 population of su2 plants containing 50% exotic germ plasm. With few exceptions, F2 ears from the populations were homozygous for the su2 allele. Significant (P less than or equal to ...


Evaluation Of A Liquid Chromatographic Method For The Determination Of Fumonisins In Corn, Poultry Feed, And Fusarium Culture Material., Larry G. Rice, P. Frank Ross, Jan Dejong, Ronald D. Plattner, Joel R. Coats Jul 1995

Evaluation Of A Liquid Chromatographic Method For The Determination Of Fumonisins In Corn, Poultry Feed, And Fusarium Culture Material., Larry G. Rice, P. Frank Ross, Jan Dejong, Ronald D. Plattner, Joel R. Coats

Entomology Publications

The performance of a liquid chromatographic method for determining fumonisins in corn, animal feeds, and culture material was evaluated. Efficiencies of extractions with the following solvent systems were determined: acetonitrile-water (50 + 50, v/v), methanol-water (75 + 25, v/v), and 100% water. The acetonitrile solvent gave both higher extraction efficiencies and faster extraction times than the other 2 solvents. Extraction was followed by C18 solid-phase extraction column cleanup. Fumonisin B1 (FB1), fumonisin B2 (FB2), and fumonisin B3 (FB3) were measured by precolumn derivatization with o-phthalaldehyde followed by isocratic separation on a C18 reversed-phase column with a mobile phase of 50 ...


Home Storage Of Wheat, Ralph E. Whitesides Jun 1995

Home Storage Of Wheat, Ralph E. Whitesides

Archived Food and Health Publications

Publication gives information and tips on how to properly and safely store wheat.


The Effect Of Iron Fortification On The Chemical, Physical, And Sensory Properties Of Mozzarella Cheese, Wendy Haws Rice May 1995

The Effect Of Iron Fortification On The Chemical, Physical, And Sensory Properties Of Mozzarella Cheese, Wendy Haws Rice

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Mozzarella cheese was made from milk fortified with iron so that the cheese contained 25 and 50 ppm iron. Iron was added to the milk in three ways: (1) complexed to casein (ferric-casein), (2) complexed to whey protein (ferric-whey protein), and (3) ferric chloride (FeCl3·6H20) added directly to milk. Cheese quality was determined by chemical, physical, and sensory characteristics and compared with a control cheese.

Chemical oxidation, during 28 days storage, was determined by absorbance of malondialdehyde at 535 nm using the thiobarbituric acid assay (TBA). Physical properties were assessed by the Arnott test for melt, helical viscometer for ...


Muscle Fiber Types, Dna:Rna:Protein Ratios, And Measures Of Tenderness In Various Muscles Of Normal And Callipyge Lambs, Owen D. Rice May 1995

Muscle Fiber Types, Dna:Rna:Protein Ratios, And Measures Of Tenderness In Various Muscles Of Normal And Callipyge Lambs, Owen D. Rice

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

An inherited muscle hypertrophy in sheep is caused by the callipyge gene (CLPG) located on ovine chromosome 18. It has been suggested that this gene is a single autosomal dominant gene. Animals expressing the callipyge gene show increased muscling in the pelvic and torso regions of the body and, thus, have been given the phenotype- descriptive name callipyge (from Greek calli-beautiful; pyge-buttocks). In this study 21 wether lambs, the offspring of callipyge rams (genotype CLPG /clpg) and normal Rambouillet ewes (genotype clpg/clpg), were used to determine the difference s in muscle fiber type percentages, composition, and tenderness between normal ...


Effects Of Iron Fortification On Microbiological, Physical, Chemical, And Organoleptic Properties Of Yogurt, Sharareh Hekmat May 1995

Effects Of Iron Fortification On Microbiological, Physical, Chemical, And Organoleptic Properties Of Yogurt, Sharareh Hekmat

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

It has been shown that iron binds strongly to the proteins in milk, and our aim was to determine whether or not this binding was affected by lowering pH in the manufacture of yogurt. Iron-protein complexing was studied using two different techniques. 1) Skim milk was fortified with 10 mg iron/100 ml and the pH of the milk was adjusted to 6.7, 6.2, 5.8, 5.3, 4.5, and 4.0. The milk was fractionated by ultracentrifugation at 52,000 x g for 60 minutes. The pellets and serum were then analyzed for iron, calcium, and ...


Effects Of Homogenization And Ultra-High Temperature Processing On The Properties Of Whole Milk Concentrated By A Multiple-Membrane Separation System, Chien-Ti Chang May 1995

Effects Of Homogenization And Ultra-High Temperature Processing On The Properties Of Whole Milk Concentrated By A Multiple-Membrane Separation System, Chien-Ti Chang

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Three different concentrated whole milks (2.5x, 2.75x, and 3.0x) were produced by mixing equal parts of ultrafiltration retentate of whole milk and reverse osmosis retentate of the UF milk permeate. The concentrated whole milks were ultra-high temperature processed by direct steam injection (140.6°C) followed by flash cooling and two-stage homogenization pressures (2500/500 psi, 3500/700 psi, or 4500/900 psi). The milk concentrates were packaged aseptically and stored at room temperature. On the other hand, the milk concentrates produced by the RO single membrane system with the same concentration levels served as the control ...


Improved Control Of Cheese Manufacture Through Continuous Vat Monitoring Of Coagulation Parameters Using The Hot Wire Method, Michael John Lefevre May 1995

Improved Control Of Cheese Manufacture Through Continuous Vat Monitoring Of Coagulation Parameters Using The Hot Wire Method, Michael John Lefevre

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The hot wire method, with pH and temperature sensors, was evaluated to determine its usefulness and application for cheese production automation. Coagulation of milk substrate was measured with the hot wire instrument and by four other methods: Formagraph, Brookfield®, vixcometer, Omnispec™ bioactivity monitor, and Sommer and Matsen rolling bottle method. The hot wire, using the time at maximum slope, detected coagulation before methods that measure resistance to shear, and after methods that measure light reflectance. Coagulation time was not significantly different from the industry standard rolling bottle method used by Sommer and Matsen. the hot wire instrument was also used ...


Canola : Golden Oil For Farmers And Consumers, Paul Carmody Mar 1995

Canola : Golden Oil For Farmers And Consumers, Paul Carmody

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

It is feasible that canola could become Western Australia's fourth largest crop after wheat, barley and lupins by the turn of the century.

Without the stigma attached to its parent crop, rapeseed, canola has also become one of the most successful international agricultural product launches, proving itself not only a useful cropping alternative but a healthy oil for consumers. State Oilseeds Adviser PAUL CARMODY sets the scene.


Cutting And Preserving Whole Turkey, Charlotte P. Brennand Ph.D Mar 1995

Cutting And Preserving Whole Turkey, Charlotte P. Brennand Ph.D

Archived Food and Health Publications

There are more uses for a turkey than roasting it whole for holiday occasions. The least expensive way to have turkey pieces, especially if the turkey is purchased on sale, is to cut it up yourself. The following is to serve as a butchering and processing guide.


Cloning And Characterization Of The Galactokinase Gene From Streptococcus Thermophilus, Azlin Mustapha, Robert W. Hutkins, Gerald W. Hirnstein Jan 1995

Cloning And Characterization Of The Galactokinase Gene From Streptococcus Thermophilus, Azlin Mustapha, Robert W. Hutkins, Gerald W. Hirnstein

Faculty Publications in Food Science and Technology

The objective of this research was to clone and characterize the galactokinase gene (gal0 from Streptococcus therrnophilus F4 10. Partially digested genomic DNA was cloned into pBR322 and transformed into galK Escherichia coli, and a galactose-fermenting transformant was isolated. Restriction analysis revealed that the transformant resulted from a Sau3A-HindIIl 4.0-kb fragment. Galactokinase activity in the recombinant was 10 times that of the parent strain. Analysis of the DNA squence showed the presence of a 1.3-kb open reading frame that had high homology with the galK gene from other organisms. A putative ribosome-binding site, start and stop codons, and ...


Placement For Profit: Menu Item Arrangement On Customer-Activated Computer Screens, Ken Smith, Susan Gregory, Susan Gould Jan 1995

Placement For Profit: Menu Item Arrangement On Customer-Activated Computer Screens, Ken Smith, Susan Gregory, Susan Gould

Hospitality Review

Can profitable menu items be placed on a computer screen where they will be selected more readily than other items? The author examines whether printed menu theories and techniques can be applied, with the same results, to a computer menu screen


Menu Engineering: A Model Including Labor, Stephen M. Lebruto, William J. Quain, Robert A. Ashley Jan 1995

Menu Engineering: A Model Including Labor, Stephen M. Lebruto, William J. Quain, Robert A. Ashley

Hospitality Review

Menu engineering is a methodology to classify menu items by their contribution margin and popularity. The process discounts the importance of food cost percentage, recognizing that operators deposit cash, not percentages. The authors raise the issue that strict application of the principles of menu engineering may result in an erroneous evaluation of a menu item, and also may be of little use without considering the variable portion of labor. They describe an enhancement to the process by considering labor.


Soluble Aluminium In Acidic Soils: Principles And Practicalities, G. S.P. Ritchie Jan 1995

Soluble Aluminium In Acidic Soils: Principles And Practicalities, G. S.P. Ritchie

Food Science and Nutrition

Our ability to predict toxic quantities of aluminium (Al) in acidic soils is limited by our understanding of the interactions between different solid forms of Al in solution and our lack of knowledge of which form control soluble Al. This review briefly considers each type of solid form of Al, particularly from a kinetic point of view and discusses models that have been developed to predict release of Al from individual forms. More comprehensive models (i.e. more than one source or sink of Al) are then discussed as well as the interactions between different solid sources of Al.


Forms Of Cadmium In Sandy Soils After Amendment With Soils Of Higher Fixing Capacity, S. S. Mann, G. S. P. Ritchie Jan 1995

Forms Of Cadmium In Sandy Soils After Amendment With Soils Of Higher Fixing Capacity, S. S. Mann, G. S. P. Ritchie

Food Science and Nutrition

Most of the Cd applied through phosphatic fertilizers in sandy soils tends to stay in mobile forms (soluble or exchangeable) and hence the risk of it leaching to underground water or its uptake by plants is higher. A sequential extraction procedure was used to assess the efficacy of amending materials (soils containing inorganic or organic adsorption components) on the re-distribution of forms of Cd in a sandy soil. Amendment of the sandy soil with each of the three soils (yellow earth, lateritic podzolic and peaty sand) was generally effective in altering the more mobile or available forms of Cd to ...


Effect Of Gypsum Application Rate And Leaching Regime On Wheat Growth In A Highly Acidic Subsoil, C. D.A. Mclay, G. S. P. Ritchie Jan 1995

Effect Of Gypsum Application Rate And Leaching Regime On Wheat Growth In A Highly Acidic Subsoil, C. D.A. Mclay, G. S. P. Ritchie

Food Science and Nutrition

A glasshouse experiment "was conducted to investigate gypsum application and leaching on the amelioration of" an aluminium (Al) toxic subsoil for wheat growth. Treatments included different rates of gypsum application and amount of leaching prior to wheat being grown. Wheat shoot growth increased when gypsum was applied in both the presence and absence of leaching, but growth was higher with leaching. Gypsum application led to a decrease in toxic Al as a result of a higher ionic strength and activity of AlSO4+ion pairs in the soil solution, and increased Al leached from the soil. Root growth may not ...


Characterization And Food Applications Of High Amylose And Other Varieties Of Starch , Tunyawat Kasemsuwan Jan 1995

Characterization And Food Applications Of High Amylose And Other Varieties Of Starch , Tunyawat Kasemsuwan

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The dominant mutant amylose-extender (Ae1-5180) maize starch is a new starch variety and is derived from spontaneous mutation. Scanning electron microscopy, gel permeation chromatography (GPC), amylose content, amylopectin chain-length, and thermal properties (gelatinization and retrogradation) indicated that the doses (1-3 doses) of the dominant gene did not affect the structure or properties of the starch. GPC and real amylose content of these starches indicated that they contained a large amount of intermediate components (≈20%). The Ae1-5180 dominant mutant starch contained 33% amylose. The amylopectin branch-chain length was shorter than that of the intermediate component. Thermal analysis indicated that the dominant ...


Production Of Aldehyde Oxidase By Streptomyces Species , Byungtae Lee Jan 1995

Production Of Aldehyde Oxidase By Streptomyces Species , Byungtae Lee

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Production of aldehyde oxidase (aldehyde:O[subscript]2 oxidoreductase, EC 1.2.3.1) by Streptomyces setonii 75Vi2 and Streptomyces viridosporus T7A was characterized. For S. setonii, aldehyde oxidase was initially induced in shake-flask culture in 0.6% (w/v) yeast extract medium. Inducer (propanal) concentration was determined to be 1.6 g/L medium and two propanal additions generated the best results. Inducer addition to cells in late-log phase was essential to enzyme induction. Dissolved oxygen and pH measurements were key parameters for determination of late-log phase in 15-L and 50-L batch fermentation. Aldehyde oxidase activity was 0.02 ...


Effects Of Ear Developmental Temperature On Fine Structure Of Maize Starch , Ting-Jang Lu Jan 1995

Effects Of Ear Developmental Temperature On Fine Structure Of Maize Starch , Ting-Jang Lu

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Two genetically unrelated normal dent maize inbreds, ICI63 and ICI92, with different heterotic backgrounds were used for studying environmental temperature effects on grain yield and quality. These two maize inbreds are used in commercially available hybrids and are proprietary to ICI Seeds. The maize inbreds were grown in a greenhouse to control the growing condition of the plants. After 14 days post-pollination, the ears were wrapped in temperature control devices set at 25 or 35∘ C during the grain-filling period. Grain yield, kernel weight, and kernel density were less for ears developing at 35∘ C than for those at 25 ...


Myofibrillar Protein Degradation Patterns And Structural Changes In Skeletal Muscle From Electrically Stimulated Bos Taurus And Bos Indicus Crossbred Cattle , Chiung-Ying Ho Jan 1995

Myofibrillar Protein Degradation Patterns And Structural Changes In Skeletal Muscle From Electrically Stimulated Bos Taurus And Bos Indicus Crossbred Cattle , Chiung-Ying Ho

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Degradation of titin, nebulin, desmin and troponin-T, structural changes in nonstimulated (NS) and electrically stimulated (ES) bovine skeletal muscle and comparison of these changes in Angus x Jersey (AxJ) cattle (Bos taurus cross) with the changes in Brahman x Simmental (BxS) cattle (Bos indicus cross) were determined. Myofibrils for SDS-PAGE and Western blots and intact muscle samples for transmission electron microscopy were prepared at 0, 1, 3, 7, 14 and 28 days postmortem (PM). In SDS-PAGE, ES slightly accelerated the degradation of intact titin (T1 band), nebulin, desmin and troponin-T in AxJ samples. In Western blots of AxJ samples, ES ...


Factors Affecting The Flavor Development Of Swiss Cheese , Firth Kraft Whitehouse Jan 1995

Factors Affecting The Flavor Development Of Swiss Cheese , Firth Kraft Whitehouse

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The flavor of Swiss cheese made from various natural and synthetic fats was compared with cheese made from the natural milk emulsion. Cheeses made from recombined milk fat and skim milk with or without the addition of gum acacia gave typical flavor similar to the natural milk emulsion. Homogenization did not have an effect on flavor of the cheese. Cheese made from recombined milk fat and skim milk plus buttermilk solids had lower typical flavor than the natural milk emulsion or cheeses made with gum acacia. Cheeses made from high-oleate sunflower oil with or without the incorporation of synthetic short-chain ...


The Relationship Between The Calpain Enzyme System And The Postmortem Degradation Of Selected Myofibrillar Proteins , Elisabeth Jane Huff Lonergan Jan 1995

The Relationship Between The Calpain Enzyme System And The Postmortem Degradation Of Selected Myofibrillar Proteins , Elisabeth Jane Huff Lonergan

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The protease [mu]-calpain degrades the myofibrillar proteins titin, nebulin, filamin, desmin and troponin-T. Titin and nebulin have been reported to be affected by sample preparation. This study showed that there was little difference in the rate of degradation of the intact forms due to sample preparation (whole muscle preparations vs. purified myofibrils). The postmortem degradation of titin, nebulin, filamin, desmin, and troponin-T was monitored using SDS-PAGE and Western blotting techniques at 0, 1, 3, 7, 14, 28, and 56 days postmortem. Postmortem aged samples with lower shear force values exhibited faster degradation of the five myofibrillar proteins. Similar degradation ...


Observations On The Biosynthesis Of [Alpha]-Eleostearic And Vernolic Acids And The Accumulation Of Petroselinic Acid In Somatic Carrot Embryos , Linsen Liu Jan 1995

Observations On The Biosynthesis Of [Alpha]-Eleostearic And Vernolic Acids And The Accumulation Of Petroselinic Acid In Somatic Carrot Embryos , Linsen Liu

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Developing somatic embryos of carrots accumulated up to 24% petroselinate of total fatty acids, most of which was incorporated into triacylglycerols. Both triacylglycerol and petroselinate accumulation in the embryos were increased by addition of abscisic acid to the culture medium. The novel phenylethyl esters of the fatty acids were used to separate petroselinate from oleate both by gas chromatography and high performance liquid chromatography. This derivative offers the fastest and most efficient method for petroselinate analysis among the published procedures;The biosynthesis of vernolic acid in the developing seed of Vernonia galamensis was explored by using (1-14C) acetate in vivo ...


Oxidative And Frying Stabilities Of Soybean Oils With Altered Fatty Acid And/Or Lipoxygenase Contents , Nuo Shen Jan 1995

Oxidative And Frying Stabilities Of Soybean Oils With Altered Fatty Acid And/Or Lipoxygenase Contents , Nuo Shen

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Lipoxygenase (LOX)-null soybean lines, lacking LOX 2, LOX 2 and 3 and containing normal (>8.0%) or low (<3.0%) linolenate (18:3) contents were evaluated for their room-temperature storage stability, stability during frying, and oxidative stability in bread cubes stored after frying. Six genotypes of soybeans were extracted by both laboratory-scale and pilot plant-scale systems and were refined, bleached, and deodorized in the laboratory. Citric acid was added to oils during the cool-down stage of deodorization. For each system, two replications separated at the point of conditioning were evaluated for each genotype, including Century 84, L2-3, L2L3-2-4, A89-269043, A89-269043-L2, and A89-269043-L2L3;Peroxide values (PVs), fatty acid compositions, volatile compounds, and sensory evaluation were determined for several room-temperature storage conditions. To determine stability under frying conditions, each replicate (250 g) was heated to 180 ± 5°C in a minifryer. Bread cubes were fried at the beginning of heating and after 20 h of heating. Heating of the oils was continued for 10 h each day for 3 consecutive days. Sensory evaluation of the fried cubes, the peroxide values of oils extracted from the cubes, and the conjugated dienoic acid values and polymer values of the heated oils were measured. For both room-temperature and frying-temperature tests, soybean oils with low 18:3 contents were significantly more stable than were oils with normal 18:3 contents, regardless of the LOX contents of the beans;Additional soybean genotypes that contained different amounts of palmitate (16:0) and 18:3 were evaluated for oxidative stability. Soybean oils from Hardin 91, P9322, A91-282036, and HPLL were processed and analyzed. The fatty acid compositions, peroxide values, and cloud points were measured. The results showed that elevating 16:0 and/or lowering 18:3 increased the oxidative stability of soybean oils.


Characterization And Application Of Porcine Liver Aldehyde Oxidase In The Removal Of Off-Flavors From Soy Proteins , Peeyush Maheshwari Jan 1995

Characterization And Application Of Porcine Liver Aldehyde Oxidase In The Removal Of Off-Flavors From Soy Proteins , Peeyush Maheshwari

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Two enzyme forms (PAO-I and PAO-II) of porcine liver aldehyde oxidase (aldehyde: oxygen oxidoreductase, EC 1.2.3.1) were purified to homogeneity using affinity chromatography. The heat treatment and ammonium sulfate fractionation steps resulted only in a partial purification. Both enzyme forms, PAO-I and PAO-II, have similar pIs of 5.8 and molecular weight of 262,000 and 255,000 daltons, respectively;The two enzyme forms exhibited different substrate specificities. Compared to PAO-II, PAO-I showed higher affinity for the medium-chain aldehydes (pentanal and hexanal) which are mainly responsible for the greeny and beany off-flavor of soybean products. The PAO-I ...


Enhanced Production, Purification, And Characterization Of Propionicin Plg-1, A Bacteriocin Produced By Propionibacterium Thoenii P127 , Hyun-Dong Paik Jan 1995

Enhanced Production, Purification, And Characterization Of Propionicin Plg-1, A Bacteriocin Produced By Propionibacterium Thoenii P127 , Hyun-Dong Paik

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Propionibacterium thoenii strain P127 produces the bacteriocin propionicin PLG-1. Goals of this study were to increase the sensitivity of the standard well diffusion assay system for bacteriocin activity, to improve production of propionicin PLG-1 under controlled conditions in a fermenter, and to obtain the amino acid sequence and composition of the purified bacteriocin;For the well diffusion assay, a 5-mm deep base layer that contained 2.5% agar, 0.85% NaCl and 0.1% Tween 80 was used. Plates were incubated at 37° C for 2 h before adding bacteriocin samples to the wells. Lactobacillus delbrueckii ATCC 4797 was used ...


Effect Of Heat Treatment, Irradiation And Storage Conditions On The Survival, Growth And Virulence Of Heat-Shocked Yersinia Enterocolitica In Ground Pork , Kalpana Shenoy Jan 1995

Effect Of Heat Treatment, Irradiation And Storage Conditions On The Survival, Growth And Virulence Of Heat-Shocked Yersinia Enterocolitica In Ground Pork , Kalpana Shenoy

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The heat shock response and thermotolerance of Yersinia enterocolitica in BHI broth and ground pork was studied. Further, the survival and growth of the heat-shocked cells following heat treatment at 55° C and stored at 4 or 25° C under air, vacuum, or modified atmosphere was also examined. Lastly, the irradiation sensitivity of the heat-shocked cells when suspended in pork and packaged either under air or vacuum was determined. As part of the research, virulence of the survivors was examined following heat treatment or irradiation;Exposure of Y. enterocolitica to 45° C for 60 mins. in BHI broth resulted in ...