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Rate of destruction values for Bacillus thermoacidurans subjected to moist heat.

George Clement Youland

Rate of destruction values for Bacillus thermoacidurans subjected to moist heat.

by George Clement Youland

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food spoilage.,
  • Sporeforming bacteria.

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    Paginationviii, 52 l.
    Number of Pages52
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    Open LibraryOL16718602M

    The disadvantages for dry heat are the slow rate of heat penetration and microbial killing makes this a time-consuming method. In addition, the high temperatures are not suitable for most materials The most common time-temperature relationships for sterilization with hot air sterilizers are °C (°F) for 60 minutes, °C (°F. Heat Sterilization •The autoclave is a sealed device that uses steam under pressure (Figure ) –Allows temperature of water to get above C –Not the pressure that kills things, but the high temperature •Pasteurization is the process of using precisely controlled heat to reduce the microbial load in heat-sensitive liquids.

    () 3(9) Table.1 Biochemical characteristics of Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa from the higher concentration of . Table 1. Heat inactivation of Bacillus anthracis spores Temperature Time Inoculum size Inactivation effect Ref. Boiling °C 10 min 3 x Sample sterilized 5 min x Sample sterilized 4,5 Moist heat 90°C 20 min x Sample sterilized 90°C to 91°C 60 min 3 x Spores detected 4,5 °C 10 min x Sample sterilized.

    Heat resistance of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus coagulans: effect of sporulation temperature in foods with various acidulants. [] Palop A. Raso J. Condon S. Sala F.J. Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain. [Corporate Author] Nordisk Ministerraad, Copenhagen (Denmark). [Corporate Author]. Moist Heat Sterilization. Moist heat causes destruction of micro- organisms by denaturation of macromolecules, primarily proteins. Autoclaving (pressure cooking) is a very common method for moist sterilization. It is effective in killing fungi, bacteria, spores, and .


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Rate of destruction values for Bacillus thermoacidurans subjected to moist heat by George Clement Youland Download PDF EPUB FB2

During a thermal destruction process, such as pasteurization, the rate of destruction is logarithmic, as is their rate of growth.

Thus bacteria subjected to heat are killed at a rate that is proportional to the number of organisms present. Higher humidities increased the heat resistance of the spores. D-values ranged from min for spores conditioned at Cited by: The kinetics of media (inoculated with microbe species) sterilization describes the rate of destruction of micro organisms (by dry heat sterilization method) using a first order reaction rate model [12].

Death follows a logarithmic pattern thereby implying a monomolecular reaction [13]. The volume of ml of this initial milk suspension was pre-treated by heating to 75 °C and then, contained in thin-walled capillaries, subjected to temperatures of 95, °Cand, °C in water and glycerol baths, respectively.

Periods of exposure were selected according to the temperature by: Bacillus stearothermophilus spores, given their heat resistance, are the microorganisms chosen as biological indicators for moist heat sterilization processes (LETRARI; LIMA; VANIN, ).

These are gram-positive, facultative aerobic or anaerobic rods, and capable of growing in. Spore suspensions of Bacillus coagulans (thermoacidurans) of varied thermostability were heated in 25mM phosphate buffer at pH 7, at 95°C and both the rate of death and DPA release were established.

The D-values for B. cereus vegetative cell cocktails obtained from this study ranged between min for D 50 (the D-values for meat samples treated at 50 °C) and min for D 60 for vegetative cells ().To the best of our knowledge, there are no other reported D-values for B.

cereus vegetative () reported that the vegetative cells are generally inactivated at temperatures. The D value for bacterial spores is independent of initial numbers, but it is affected by the temperature of the heating medium. The higher the temperature, the faster the rate of thermal destruction and lower the D value.

This is why thermal sterilization of canned fishery products relies on pressure cooking at elevated temperatures (>°C. The morphology, cultural and biochemical reactions of 23 strains of Bacillus thermo-acidurans, isolated from tomato products and one strain of B.

coagulans isolated from evaporated milk were compared and found to be essentially alike. Since B. thermoacidurans did not prove to be a distinct species from B. coagulans, it is suggested the latter name be given priority.

Factors affecting sterilization by heat are: o Nature of heat: Moist heat is more effective than dry heat o Temperature and time: temperature and time are inversely proportional.

As temperature increases the time taken decreases. o Number of microorganisms: More the number of microorganisms, higher the temperature or longer the duration required. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore.

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. The chemical indicators Comply, Propper, Chemdi, Sterigage, and Thermalog S revealed sterilization failure rates of %, %, %, %, and % at 5 minutes' exposure; 0%, 0%, 0%, 92%, and.

The enormous range of material is limited to fruit and vegetable products and to the avoidance of spoilage in these products. In many cases, there is a recognizable trend toward combined processes—that is, a process using supplementary treatment in support of a treatment that does not otherwise produce the desired effect with the necessary.

Bacillus subtilis Four experiments were realized. pH Temperature (°C) pH.T Specific growth rate Doubling time Doubling time X1 X2 X1X2 µ (h-1) T d (h) T d (min) 9 4 33 1 0 0 10 -8 0, 1 0, 43 11 4 33 -1 0 0 12 0, 37 1 1, 33 Influence 2, 0, 0, Death rate cure (D value) Thermal death time (TDT) cure Some factors aftecting heat resistance Design of heat steriliation processes The F 0 alue” The lethality factor l Sa e ood ° is the provider o ood sa ety management so ware or industry leading businesses.

HTEPAPER Thermal Processing o Food. Characterization of a heat-resistant strain of Bacillus coagulans isolated from cream style corn.

Food Sci. – Google Scholar Filppi, J. Bacillus thermoamylovorans is a newly described spore forming bacterium emerging in the dairy industry. There is an increasing threat of B. thermoamylovorans contamination, not only in food ingredients and raw milk, but also in sterilised milk and dairy products.

BECKER ME, PEDERSON CS. The physiological characters of Bacillus coagulans (Bacillus thermoacidurans). J Bacteriol.

Jun; 59 (6)– [PMC free article] CHARNEY J, FISHER WP, HEGARTY CP. Managanese as an essential element for sporulation in the genus Bacillus. J Bacteriol. Aug; 62 (2)– [PMC free article]. The oldest and most recognized agent for inactivation of microorganisms is heat.

D-values (time to reduce the surviving population by 90% or 1 log 10) allow a direct comparison of the heat resistance of e a D-value can be determined at various temperatures, a subscript is used to designate the exposure temperature (i.e., D C).

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Search. Browse. List and describe four factors that affect microbial death rate. Lower temperatures can be used with dry heat than moist heat.

False: higher temperatures can be used with dry heat than moist heat. Demineralization reduced heat resistance of B. subtilis spores, but the pattern and magnitude of the reduction depended on sporulation temperature and on heating menstruum pH.

The differences in heat resistance of native spores caused by sporulation temperature almost disappeared after demineralization. Demineralized spores were still susceptible to the heat-sensitizing effect of acidic pH.Start studying Microbiology Chapter 5 Flashcards.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.23) or by combining heat treatment with other technologies, such as high pressure (5, 12, 21). For high-temperature heating, Palop et al.

(13, 14) studied heat resistance in food medium (pH 4 and 7) between and uC, using a strain isolated from canned asparagus, and Mallidis et al.

(8) obtained the z-value (z-value is defined as the.