04 - Food Science December 7, 2009 Salmonella Incubation...

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Food Science December 7, 2009 Salmonella Incubation period 12-24 hours duration 2-3 days the number of salmonella was raising in the late 80s and early 90s. .the salmonella got into the egg before it was laid…transovarian transmission…numbers are coming back down in the Northeast the hollandaise sauce cannot be refrigerated because of the butter in it number one carrier or salmonella is reptiles…includes pet turtles snakes and lizards federal law on size of turtle sold because of salmonella…must sell at least 3 inches family put son in terrarium while moving…pythons had been in it…kid gets salmonella incidence was the same in organic chickens Typhoid Mary was a woman who was a carrier of typhoid fever Salmonella typhi = typhoid fever- not around in us because of sanitation, sewage treatment Was a long term carrier, which is rare, it usually just goes away Mary was a worker in the household…household where he worked 3 kids got typhoid… one died…made to go to a quarantine island off new york city…forced to go there for a
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2010 for the course FOOD-SCI 150 taught by Professor Levin during the Spring '09 term at UMass (Amherst).

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