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LFRA microbiology handbook
|Statement||Julie Milner. 1, Dairy products.|
|Contributions||Milner, Julie., Leatherhead Food RA.|
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Book: LFRA microbiology handbook: dairy products 2 pp pp. Abstract: This second edition of the Leatherhead Food Research Association Dairy Products Handbook is the result of a complete revision and updating of the by: 1.
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Author(s): Fernandes,Rhea; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain) Title(s): Microbiology handbook/ edited by Rhea Fernandes. Edition: 2nd ed. Country of. Lawley R () Liquid milk products, LFRA Microbiology Handbook of dairy products.
2nd edn. Leatherhead Food Research Association, Surrey, UK, pp: Handbook on milk microbiology. Microbiology of cream, butter, ice cream and related products. LFRA Microbiology Handbook. Leatherhead Food RA, Micr obiology of ice cream and related products. – In. This handbook contains chapters on the general and physiological properties, applications and analytical aspects of prebiotics and probiotics.
The prebiotics covered include fructooligosaccharides, galactooligosaccharides, lactulose, and emerging prebiotics while the probiotics discussed include bifidobacteria, lactobacilli and other probiotics.
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A cross sectional study was conducted from November to April in selected dairy farms in and around Mekelle, Ethiopia with the objective of isolating and identifying Escherichia coli from raw cow’s milk and determing its antimicrobial susceptibility pattern.
From a total of raw milk samples collected, 75 (25%) were found to be positive for E. coli organisms by culture method.
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Abstract. Margarines and spreads looks at the historical perspective of how margarine rose to compete with butter, and explores the technical terminology of the field as well as examining and explaining the structural building blocks and crystallisation of fat based systems.
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