2 edition of effects of time-temperature relationships of nitrogenous constituents of stored irradiated beef found in the catalog.
effects of time-temperature relationships of nitrogenous constituents of stored irradiated beef
Carolyn Jane Blair
Written in English
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THE EFFECTS OF TIME-TEMPERATURE RELATIONSHIPS OM NITROGENOUS CONSTITUENTS OF STORED IRRADIATED BEEF INTRODUCTION The use of Ionizing radiations as a means of food preservation has been under intensive investigation in the last few years. Because of such desirable factors as the penetrating ability of gamma rays, the.
The total yield of odor isolate from stored beef was approximately mg per lb (about 10 ppm), or about one-third of the yield obtained from freshly irradiated beef or from unirradiated beef. All-beef and soy-extended patties were frozen to - 18°C in eit 48, 72 or 96 hr and stored ator -7°C for 0, 6, 9, 12, 18 or 24 months prior to evaluating various quality factors.
These were stored for 4 days in one of two temperature-controlled chambers, one cooled to 5°C (refrigeration temperature) and the other set at 25°C (room temperature).
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Representative growth curves of the spoilage microflora on ground meat: ground beef with pH (a and b) and ground pork with pH ) (c and d) stored aerobically at 0°C (a and c) or 10°C (b and d). Media: PCA, plate count agar (total Cited by: Full text of "Journal Of Dairy Science Vol 31" See other formats.
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