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- Michalac, S.; Alvarez, V.; Ji, T.; Zhang, Q.H.
- Journal of food processing and preservation 2003 v.27 no.2 pp. 137-151
- electrical treatment, etc ; skim milk; raw milk; Pseudomonas fluorescens; Lactococcus lactis; Bacillus cereus; food pathogens; food contamination; electric current; dosage; flow; temperature; pasteurization; protein content; total solids; color; pH; particle size; density; electrical conductivity; viability; specific energy; viscosity; scanning electron microscopy; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Raw skim milk and ultra-high-temperature (UHT) skim milk inoculated with Pseudomonas fluorescens, Lactococcus lactis and Bacillus cereus were processed by pulsed electric field (PEF) treatment. A continuous PEF bench scale system was set to deliver 35 kV/cm field strength with 64 pulses of bipolar square wave for 188 microsecond. The flow rate of milk was 1 mL/s. Milk temperature was raised to 52C ...
- Bruce, H.L.; Stark, J.L.; Beilken, S.L.
- Meat science 2004 v.67 no.2 pp. 261-268
- electrical treatment, etc ; water content; Brahman; steers; finishing; grazing; sown pastures; Cenchrus ciliaris; feedlots; feed grains; animal growth; liveweight gain; age at slaughter; slaughter; carcass composition; carcass weight; beef carcasses; rigor mortis; meat aging; pH; chemical analysis; lipid content; sarcomeres; beef quality; cooking quality; sensory evaluation; meat tenderness; juiciness; flavor; off flavors; texture; color; food acceptability; Show all 33 Subjects
- ... Beef from cattle finished on grass will be of similar quality to that from cattle finished on grain when their carcasses are processed using best practice protocols. To test this hypothesis, carcasses of twenty Brahman steers, finished to 400 kg live weight on either Buffel grass pasture (n=10) or grain (n=10), were electrically stimulated with 400 V for 50 s 45 min postmortem, and their beef qual ...