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1 Chapter 7 Topics –Microbial Growth –Factors that affect microbial growth –Microbial Nutrition Microbial Growth • Binary fission • Generation time • Growth curve • Enumeration of bacteria Definition of growth
Chapter 6 Lecture Notes: Microbial Growth I. The Growth Curve in batch culture A. Growth is an increase in cell constituents B. For most microbes, growth in indicated by an increase in cell # because cell division accompanies growth C. Batch culture = cultivation of organisms in 1 batch of liquid medium D. Growth curve (Fig. 6-1) 1 ...
Page 1 of 2 Environmental Affects on Microbial Growth Submitted by Lisa Janke Objective: Develop background information on environmental conditions for microbial growth and relate to food preservation. Outline: Environmental Growth Conditions for Microbial Growth
MMG 301 Dr. Frank Dazzo Control of Microbial Growth: Chemical Antimicrobials • Previously described physical factors (e.g., temperature) affecting microbial growth. Here focus on chemical antimicrobials affecting microbial growth.
Requirements for Growth Physical Requirements 2. pH: Most bacteria prefer neutral pH (6.5-7.5). Molds and yeast grow in wider pH range, but prefer pH between 5 and 6. Acidity inhibits most microbial growth and is used frequently for food preservation (e.g.: pickling). Alkalinity inhibits microbial growth, but not commonly used for food preservation.
Dr. Clem Kuek ZIP/Lect+Prac/IndusMicrobiol/Lectures/GrowthKinetics.doc 1 Kinetics of Microbial Growth Unlimited growth Assuming t d = 0.33 h, in 48 h, one cell would ...
Chapter 3. Factors that Influence Microbial Growth ... depending on a number of factors. Microbial growth, and, in some cases, the production of microbial metabolites, may be particularly ...
Bacterial Growth Raina M. Maier Bacterial growth is a complex process involving numerous anabolic (synthesis of cell constituents and metabolites) and ... slow growth is the result of a combination of factors including the fact that most subsurface environments are ... stand microbial growth in natural environments. Such an
2 Control of Microbial Growth: Rate of Microbial Death When bacterial populations are heated or treated antimicrobialchemicals, they usually die at a
Predictive microbiology: Modeling microbial responses in food ... factors (affecting microbial growth and survival most), it is possible from past observation to ... knowledge of microbial growth responses to environmental factors summarized as equations or …
•Capable of controlling microbial growth while being harmless to humans, animals, and objects ... •Factors Affecting the Efficacy of Antimicrobial Methods •Site to Be Treated •Harsh chemicals and extreme heat cannot be used on humans, animals, and fragile objects •Method of microbial control based on site of medical procedure 10/1 ...
“Extrinsic Factors Affecting The Growth of Microbes” ... Nutrients 6. Growth inhibitors. Factors Influencing Growth of Microorganisms in Food •Understanding factors that influence microbial growth essential to maintaining food quality –In production and preservation •Conditions naturally present in …
Various factors affecting microbial protein synthesis in the rumen A. K. Pathak ... Various factors affecting microbial protein synthesis in the rumen 187. Veterinary World, Vol.1, No.6, June 2008 ... increase in microbial growth may have resulted from
CHAPTER 5 Environmental Influences and Control of Microbial Growth Summary In this chapter we learn about environmental limits on microbial growth and how
Microbial Growth and Food Spoilage • Microbial growth is controlled by – intrinsic factors • factors related to the food itself – extrinsic factors
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS & BACTERIA GROWTH Many environmental conditions can affect microbial growth---temperature, pH, osmotic pressure, radiation, and barometric pressure. PH is the value determined by the concentration of hydrogen ions in a liquid, represented by the formula:
The use of multiple environmental factors (i.e., pH, salt concentration, tem-perature, etc.) to inhibit microbial growth is called hurdle technology. Hurdle technology is becoming an increasingly popular preservation strategy. The kinetics of microbial growth are covered in the third part of the
• Factors That Affect Microbial Growth, cont. • Osmotic Pressure and Salinity Osmotic pressure is the pressure that is exerted on a cell membrane by solutions both inside and outside the cell. – Osmosis is the movement of a solvent, membrane, from a
aureus, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The degree to which temperature affects the growth of these microbes shall be Figure 1. Growth rates of microbes as a function of temperature. Microbes can be differentiated based upon their ranges of temperature tolerance.
Nutrient content • The concentration of key nutrients can, to some extent, determine the rate of microbial growth. • The relationship between the two, known as
Review paper Factors limiting bioremediation technologies R. Boopathy ... Other factors that control microbial populations are moisture content, dissolved oxygen, and temperature. ... as the use of the substrate as a source of carbon and energy. This substrate serves as an electron donor resulting in microbial growth. Application of co-
Microbial aspects #1 •The chemical verification of cleaning validation is relatively well described. What is often less clear is the microbiological aspect. •Divided into: •The microorganisms themselves (a direct hazard) •The presence of residues that potentially provide a microbial growth source (an indirect hazard).
from sweat resist microbial growth ... Relevant Chapter Questions rvw: 1-5, 7-9, 12, 13, 15, 16 MC: 1-6, 10. Title: PowerPoint Presentation Author: …
Controlling Contamination: Air Quality • Filtration – Pre-filtered in air handling units – HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filtered prior to entering cleanroom. Removes 99.99% of particles (typically 0.3um). – Air is not recycled • Temperature – Maintained to reduce microbial growth (viruses, spores, fungi, bacteria) • Humidity
Microbial Growth nRefers to the number of cells, not the size of the cells nRequirements for growth *Two general types: ... nDue to the limiting factors in the environment Bacterial Growth Curve Direct Measurement of Microbial Growth 1) Plate counts -most used method/require serial dilutions
Microbial Growth BIO162 Microbiology for Allied Health Binary Fission Mesosome ... The Requirements for Growth: Chemical Requirements Growth factors – Organic compounds that cannot be ... freezing stops all microbial activity without killing the bacteria. They can be recovered after long period of
2 Food Spoilage Temperatures Requirements for Growth Physical Requirements 2.pH: 4Most bacteria prefer neutral pH (6.5 -7.5). 4Molds and yeastgrow in wider pH range, but prefer pH between 5 and 6. 4Acidity inhibits most microbial growth and is used frequently for food preservation (e.g.: pickling).
Other Elements: Potassium, magnesium, and calcium are often required as enzyme cofactors. Calcium is required for cell wall synthesis in Gram positive bacteria. 4.Trace Elements:. Many are used as enzyme cofactors. Commonly found in tap water. u Iron u Copper u Molybdenum u Zinc Chemical Requirements 5. Oxygen: Organisms that use molecular ...
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