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Food-borne illnesses

Author: H A Modi
Publisher: Jaipur, India : Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, 2008.
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The aim of this book is to review food-borne hazards and illnesses to protect the people from the victimization by the food-borne pathogens. The first chapter elaborates interactions between microorganisms and foods leading to the development of Food Microbiology. The Second chapter describes all the nutrients that we must obtain from food. The basic principles of food-borne disease are elaborately explained in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Modi, H.A.
Food Borne Illnesses.
New Delhi : Aavishkar Publishers, ©2008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: H A Modi
ISBN: 9789350436196 9350436191
OCLC Number: 698586367
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 191 pages) : illustrations
Contents: COVER; PREFACE; CONTENTS; FOOD MICROBIOLOGY: ITS DEVELOPMENT AND SCOPES; FOOD AND NUTRITION; FOOD-BORNE DISEASES AND FOOD POISONING; BACTERIAL FOOD-BORNE DISEASES; MYCOTOXINS AND MYCOTOXICOSES; OTHER FOOD-BORNE HAZARDS; PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIAL CONTROL; CLEANING AND SANITATION: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE; MICROBIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF FOOD; SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Responsibility: H.A. Modi.

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The aim of this book is to review food-borne hazards and illnesses to protect the people from the victimization by the food-borne pathogens. The first chapter elaborates interactions between microorganisms and foods leading to the development of Food Microbiology. The Second chapter describes all the nutrients that we must obtain from food. The basic principles of food-borne disease are elaborately explained in the chapter-3, which also helps the readers in understanding the control of food-borne illnesses. The various features of major bacterial food-borne infections and intoxications are sum.

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