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Post-Harvest Predictive Microbiology & Process Risk Models

 

05/08/2001

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Post-Harvest Predictive Microbiology & Process Risk Models

Applied Research Program

Research Scientists & Program

Additional Research

Pathogen Modeling Program 5.1

Pathogen Modeling Program 

USDA Pathogen Modeling Program Parameter Ranges

Pathogen Modeling Program

Advancing the Pathogen Modeling Program

Enhanced Pathogen Modeling Program

Extended Menu Choices - By Model Type - By Bacterial Species

L. monocytogenes Heat Inactivation - E. coli Heat Inactivation

C. perfringens Cooling-growth/C. botulinum Cooling Growth

Online Documentation and Reference Database

Input Options - Output Options

ComBase - Combined Database on Microbial Kinetics

Browsing MicroBase - Search Features

Browsing MicroBase - Search Features

Post-Harvest Predictive Microbiology & Process Risk Models - For more information

Author: Dr. Marc Tamplin
              Agricultural Research Service

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