The most important function of nitrites in processed

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The most important function of nitrites in processed foods is to inhibit the germination of Clostridium botulinum endospores. prevent browning. prevent carcinogen formation. make the food more acidic. destroy cell membranes of potential pathogens. Phenolics such as triclosan have very limited commercial use. become ineffective in the presence of detergents or organic material. reliably inactivate all groups of viruses. denature proteins and destroy cytoplasmic membranes. are ineffective against Mycobacterium species.
The more bacteria one starts with, the longer it will take to kill them all.
Hand washing with plain soap is very effective in controlling spread of microorganisms because it is very effective at the mechanical removal of microorganisms.
Jasmine's boyfriend Paul has a large boil on his back. The boil is very painful to touch, and is surrounded by an area of redness that is warm to the touch. Jasmine tells you that she and Paul have decided that Jasmine will "pop" the boil later that evening when they are both home from school. You ask Jasmine what she plans to use to open the boil and she tells you she has a knife with a sharp point that she will use, and that she will wash it well with dishwashing detergent before she uses it. At the end of your conversation with Jasmine, you tell her that the best course of action for her and Paul is to go to the clinic and have the boil treated there. A boil is a serious infection and the risks of trying to treat it at home are just too great.
Heat treatment is an effective method for sterilization or disinfection of all materials. True False
Pasteurization is the use of heat to sterilize food products. is a process used to preserve only milk and milk products. is a process that uses short bursts of radiation to kill microorganisms on foods. is a process that uses intense cold to kill microorganisms on foods. is the use of heat to reduce numbers of pathogenic/spoilage bacteria in a food item to a safe level. Which is true of iodine?

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