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Recommended Procedures for Wine BIB Shelf-life studies

Recommended Procedures for Wine BIB Shelf-life studies

Recommended Procedures for Wine BIB Shelf-life studies Performance BIB meetings in Bristol, England 24 & 25 October 2012. vitop qqq. Patrick Shea Jean-Claude Vidal Sophie Vialis. By: . Recommended Procedures for Wine BIB Shelf-life studies Summary 1 st Part: Wine Shelf-life

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Content of presentation

Content of presentation

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration Control Systems Tina Lundsgaard Falk Veterinary Officer, Control Coordination Division. Content of presentation. Organisation Mission, Vision and principles for Official Food Control Food and feed control Veterinary inspections

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Food Safety: A Challenge for the Food Science and Technology Community

Food Safety: A Challenge for the Food Science and Technology Community

Food Safety: A Challenge for the Food Science and Technology Community. Dr Gerald Moy GEMS/Food Manager Programme of Food Safety. World Health Organization. Food. ‘…access to nutritionally adequate and safe food is a basic individual right.’ FAO/WHO World Declaration on Nutrition 1992.

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Unit 3 :

Unit 3 :

Unit 3 :. KEY STAGES IN THE PROCESS OF RISK ASSESSMENT Christine CEZARD* Anabel VITAS** Kofi AIDOO*** Coordinated by : Christine CEZARD* IUT A USTL Lille France ** University of Navarra Pamplona Spain ***Glasgow Caledonian University. I. INTRODUCTION.

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Food Consumption Data in Microbiological Risk Assessment

Food Consumption Data in Microbiological Risk Assessment

Food Consumption Data in Microbiological Risk Assessment. Barbara J. Petersen and Leila M. Barraj E x ponent  Food and Chemicals Practice (formerly Novigen Sciences, Inc.). Acknowledgement:. S. Kathleen Egan, US Food and Drug Administration. Risk Assessment Paradigm.

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Microbiological Media

Microbiological Media

Microbiological Media. Terms and Concepts. All examples here allow air to enter without dust getting in (“tortuous path”) Agar is the solidifying agent (often used interchangeably with the name of the medium) It’s not a culture until it is inoculated. Forms of culture media.

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Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods. Why grow organisms in the lab when they are present in nature?. Large quantity needed for detailed studies To generate strains of interest Recombinant protein expression Industrial applications. Culturing Microorganisms.

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Microbiological ecology

Microbiological ecology

Microbiological ecology. FS0103 1. 2000. Microbiological ecology. Microbes are everywhere. air. ‹. ‹ water ‹ food ‹ soil. ‹ humans (e.g. gut, nose, skin) ‹ surfaces. FS0103 2. 2000. The Salmonella (non typhi) cycle. Effluent, slurry and. sludge.

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Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods. Scientific Research and Medical Diagnostics. Overview Of Microbiological Methods. Phenotypic tests Microscopy Culture techniques Immunological techniques Genotypic tests. Methods for Studying Microbes. By phenotype (expressions of genes, physiology)

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Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods. Making Media Pouring Culture Plates Sterile Technique Inoculating Plates and Culture Tubes Use of a Plate Counter to Estimate Microbial Population Densities. Culturing Microorganisms. There are two basic culture techniques used in microbiology:

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MICROBIOLOGICAL ADI

MICROBIOLOGICAL ADI

MICROBIOLOGICAL ADI. Chairperson name: Hayd é e Fernandez Rapporteur name: Peter Silley 13 attendees. VICH GL 36 has been implemented in all regions participating in VICH After ±4 years of experience Different approaches to address the guideline

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Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods

Microbiological Methods. Making Media Pouring Culture Plates Sterile Technique Inoculating Plates and Culture Tubes Use of a Plate Counter to Estimate Microbial Population Densities. Culturing Microorganisms. There are two basic culture techniques used in microbiology:

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