Advances in Meat Research: Meat and Poultry Microbiology by A. M. Pearson, T. R. Dutson

By A. M. Pearson, T. R. Dutson

The Advances in Meat learn sequence has arisen from a perceived want for a entire insurance of sure themes which are pertinent to meat and meat items. We, the editors, have made the choice to pay attention to a chain of comparable themes which are deemed to be impor tant to an realizing of meat, either clean and processed. it really is our honest wish that by means of focusing upon parts with regards to meat technology that researchers who give a contribution to this quantity cannot basically replace these fascinated by academia and but additionally promulgate evidence that can bring about strategies of meat difficulties and relief in bettering the potency of varied linked commercial approaches. we've got selected to dedicate quantity 1 to electric stimulation in view of the common curiosity in its meat functions. even if the classical research via A. Harsham and Fred Deatherage was once released in 1951, it was once now not authorized via the beef due to a couple of components which are mentioned within the textual content. those investigators did, notwithstanding, lay the foundation for contemporary electric stimulation of carcasses via their special reviews at the results of various present, voltage, fre quency, wave varieties, and time. the elemental details supplied through those employees kept a large amount of experimentation via those that subse quently "rediscovered" electric stimulation."

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There are significant differences in the counts of psychrotrophs and Enterobacteriaceae between abattoirs (Roberts et al. 1980). Contamination with psychrotrophic organisms can vary between 1 and 10% of the mesophilic count and can range from less than 100 to almost 104 per cm2 (Ingram and Roberts 1976; Scholefield et al. 1981). Clostridium perfringens were found on 66% of swabs from pork carcasses with counts of up to 200/100 cm2 (Smart et al. 1979). Salmonellae have been detected on carcasses at varying rates: 4050% (Galton et al.

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