323Example_of_fill_in_for_final_exam

323Example_of_fill_in_for_final_exam - probably some death...

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Example of fill in for final exam. to rads is the most common pasteurization dosage of ionizing radiations. is the rads or radiation treatment needed to kill spores. is the rads of radiation treatment equivalent to 12 "D" level. and are two occurrences that take place in the drying process, making drying inherently more complex than refrigeration. Cool preservation or refrigerated storage uses a temperature range of to . The rationale for this temperature range includes facts such as: above F there is rapid microbial growth, above F some pathogens grow slowly, between F and F psychrophiles may grow and below F there is no growth and
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Unformatted text preview: probably some death of microorganisms. The effect of refrigeration on food quality may be described as . The length of time food is typically stored with cool storage is -_____________ Frozen storage uses a temperature range of to F . The rationale for using this temperature is that above F there may be some oxidative deterioration. Indeed, there may be some enzyme activity as low as F . Above F there may be microbial spoilage. The effect of freezing on food quality may be described as . The length of time food is typically stored with frozen storage is . A proper method for thawing frozen foods is ____________________...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course RRES 323 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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