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Introductory Dairy Microbiology PDF Book

Book Detail: Introductory Dairy Microbiology

Language: English

Pages: 166

Author: I. Sankara Reddy, A. K. Puniya

Price: Free

 

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Course Outlines: Introductory Dairy Microbiology

Module 1. Hygienic milk
Lesson 1. Introduction and Significance of dairy microbiology
Lesson 2. Sources of contamination of milk
Lesson 3. Hygienic milk production

Module 2. Classification of dairy microorganisms
Lesson 4. Morphology and classification of dairy bacteria
Lesson 5. Characteristics of important microorganisms – I
Lesson 6. Characteristics of important microorganisms – II
Lesson 7. Characteristics of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms – I
Lesson 8. Characteristics of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms – II
Lesson 9. Characteristics of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms – III
Lesson 10. Characteristics of dairy associated fungi and bacteriophages

Module 3. Microorganisms associated with milk
Lesson 11. Microorganisms associated with raw milk and their significance – I
Lesson 12. Microorganisms associated with raw milk and their significance – II
Lesson 13. Role of psychrotrophs in milk
Lesson 14. Effect of processing on microorganisms in milk

Module 4. Microbiological methods of milk testing
Lesson15. Qualitative and quantitative methods of milk testing
Lesson 16. Dye reduction test
Lesson 17. Direct microscopic count (DMC)
Lesson 18. Standard plate count (SPC)
Lesson 19. Coliform counts in Milk
Lesson 20. Methods of Enumeration of other groups of bacteria
Lesson 21. Enumeration of yeast and moulds in Milk

Module 5. Microbial spoilage of milk 
Lesson 22. Role of microbes in spoilage of milk – Microbial interactions
Lesson 23. Milk fermentations
Lesson 24. Abnormal milk fermentations

Module 6. Mastitic milk

Lesson 25. Mastitic milk – Suitability for processing and public health significance
Lesson 26. Detection of mastitic milk

Module 7. Milk borne diseases
Lesson 27. Food infection, intoxication and toxi-infection 
Lesson 28. Milk borne Diseases

Module 8. Antimicrobial substances in milk
Lesson 29. Antimicrobial Substances in milk

 

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