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Keeping Listeria at Bay: The battle that ready-to-eat processors can’t afford to lose

Keeping Listeria at Bay: The battle that ready-to-eat processors can’t afford to lose

Keeping Listeria at Bay: The battle that ready-to-eat processors can’t afford to lose. Host: Bill Kinross, Publisher, Meatingplace Moderator: Lisa Keefe, Editor, Meatinglace. Presenter. Harshavardhan Thippareddi,

By Donna
(560 views)

You are What You Eat

You are What You Eat

You are What You Eat. Autotroph/producer : An organism that makes its own food. . Plants and some other organisms make food from sunlight energy (photosynthesis). Heterotrophs/consumers: Organisms that get energy directly or indirectly from plants. Types of heterotrophs:.

By Donna
(398 views)

Water

Water

Water.

By Pat_Xavi
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Utilizing Late Season Cover Crops In A No-Till Environment

Utilizing Late Season Cover Crops In A No-Till Environment

Utilizing Late Season Cover Crops In A No-Till Environment. Dan Forgey Gettysburg, SD. A Special Thanks To. USDA-ARS (Dr. Shannon Osborne) Dakota Lakes ( Dr. Dwayne Beck) SDSU Extension (Ruth Beck - Terry Hall) NRCS (Jason Miller). Incorporating cover crops to increase soil quality.

By Rita
(267 views)

Pedogenic Processes

Pedogenic Processes

Pedogenic Processes. Soil Morphology, Genesis & Classification (SPS 350). Introduction.

By paul2
(2005 views)

1. Disinfection By-Products: A Historical Perspective

1. Disinfection By-Products: A Historical Perspective

1. Disinfection By-Products: A Historical Perspective. Effect of Early Analytical Methodology for Analyzing Trihalomethanes (THMs) Concentrating processes? Carbon adsorption method (CAM) – granular activated carbon (GAC) – solvent (chloroform or heating) Liquid-liquid extraction (LLE)

By benjamin
(259 views)

Geology: Soils

Geology: Soils

Geology: Soils. Earth Science Prairie School Chapter 14.3 and 14.4. Erosion and Weathering: REVIEW. Erosion: process by which material is dissolved, loosened or worn away from one part of the earth’s surface and deposited in other places.

By Leo
(831 views)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Between the Tides. Location. Narrow fringe along the shoreline that lies between the highest high tide and the lowest low tide. Easy to study. A unique environment. Organisms are regularly exposed to air Emersion – being out of water and exposed to air

By benjamin
(282 views)

Soil Tests

Soil Tests

Soil Tests. - Basis for Soil Testing - Result Interpretation. Why Carry Out a Soil Test?. Aid in providing the optimum availability of nutrients for turf growth Identifies nutrient deficiencies and problems which can be addressed before a maintenance program is initiated

By Jims
(365 views)

Physical Environment

Physical Environment

Soft Substrate Communities soft sediment = substrate of sedimentary particles; uncemented, unconsolidated or loosely consolidated epifauna – on the surface infauna – in the sediment. Physical Environment. Grain size - particle size high energy = large grain size; sand

By benjamin
(311 views)

BIOL 3340

BIOL 3340

BIOL 3340 . Chapter 8. Chapter 8. Control of Microorganisms by Physical and Chemical Agents. Figure 8.1-Microbial Control Methods. Definition of Frequently Used Terms in Microbial control methods. Sterilization destruction or removal of all viable organisms from an object or habitat.

By ganit
(351 views)

Chapter 20 Water Pollution and its Prevention

Chapter 20 Water Pollution and its Prevention

Chapter 20 Water Pollution and its Prevention. Types of Pollution. Point sources: comes straight from a specific source (ex: specific factory) Nonpoint sources: scattered over broad areas (ex: agricultural runoff). Wastes and Pollutants.

By stevie
(162 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Ecology, ecosystems and food webs. Ecology. Groupings Organism – single living thing Species – several of same type of organism Population – several of same species interacting Community – several populations interacting in a certain area

By talisha
(170 views)

Natural Organic Matter in Water

Natural Organic Matter in Water

Natural Organic Matter in Water. Formation in Watersheds and Removal in Water Treatment. David A. Reckhow University of Massachusetts. Exposure to Environmental Contaminants?. You are what you drink. Exposure to Environmental Contaminants?. Or. You are what you drink?.

By ike
(290 views)

Introduction to Primary Production, Respiration and Nutrient Cycling

Introduction to Primary Production, Respiration and Nutrient Cycling

Introduction to Primary Production, Respiration and Nutrient Cycling. Why we care? Coupling of atmosphere and ocean Ocean carbonate system & importance to chemistry in the of sea water Processes in controlling distribution of oxygen & dioxide in the ocean.

By benjamin
(270 views)

What is Ecology?

What is Ecology?

What is Ecology?. Origin of the word…”ecology”. Greek origin OIKOS = household LOGOS = study of… Study of the “house/environment” in which we live. Ecology is study of interactions between. non-living components in the environment … light water wind nutrients in soil heat

By sheila
(110 views)

Properties of Soil

Properties of Soil

Plant and Soil Science Standard 4 Objective 2. Properties of Soil. Objectives. Explain Soil Components Describe the physical characteristics of soil and soilless media Describe the biological activity within soil and soilless media

By daisy
(191 views)

What is Ecology?

What is Ecology?

What is Ecology?. Origin of the word…”ecology”. Greek origin OIKOS = household LOGOS = study of… Study of the “house/environment” in which we live. Ecology is study of interactions between. non-living components in the environment … light water wind nutrients in soil heat

By lourdes
(101 views)

MIC 303 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY

MIC 303 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY

MIC 303 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. CHAPTER 10-SEWAGE (WASTEWATER) TREATMENT. Composition of Domestic Wastewater. Combination of human and animal excreta (feces and urine) and gray water resulting from washing, bathing and cooking. Mainly composed of: Proteins (40-60%)

By calvine
(893 views)

4.6 Physical, biological and chemical treatment processes

4.6 Physical, biological and chemical treatment processes

4.6 Physical, biological and chemical treatment processes. Biological ~ microbial decomposition , predation, uptake in plants. Physical ~ screening and filtration, sedimentation, flotation.

By wheatley
(667 views)

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