typical microbial fare of sloughed epithelial cells and glycoproteins from the intestinal mucus, Lee 1966); and (3) perhaps also a shift in the competitive balance with psychrophilic
bacteria for those diminished resources.
of the Foodborne and Diarrheal Disease Branch of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Sara Lee company records of routine environmental monitoring revealed that for four months between 67% and 92% of the samples tested from equipment and surfaces were positive for psychrophilic
microorganisms are regarded as the major causes of milk spoilage and some even survive in pasteurization temperature by producing heat resistant enzymes ; therefore, this research tested the isolation and identification of two groups of these microorganisms, through routine experimental tests and mediums, including Listeria and Pseudomonas that cause undesired milk color and taste and reduced temperature stability as well as digestive and other acute diseases to study the effect of dioxide titanium nanoparticles [13-14].
The products were evaluated for 15 days at an interval of 5 days for the sensory attributes, physico-chemical parameters (pH and Thiobarbituric Acid Reacting Substances (TBARS) and microbiological parameters (Total Plate Count (TPC), Psychrophilic
Count (PC) and Coliform count).
destructans's preference for psychrophilic
The predominant spoilage microorganisms found in pasteurized and chilled milk are gram negative psychrotrophic or psychrophilic
In the biogas energy, temperature is normally divided into three groups: psychrophilic
(10-25 [degrees]C), mesophilic (25-40 [degrees]C), thermophilic (50-65 [degrees]C).
The gill symbiont of the hydrothermal vent mussel Bathymodiolus thermophilus is a psychrophilic
, chemoautotrophic, sulfur bacterium.
This result indicates the possibility that as the temperature of the water increased, the number of psychrotrophic or psychrophilic
bacteria (biofilm organisms more likely to grow on R2A media) decreased.
bacteria were tested using APC agar at 4[degrees]C for 10 d.
To the Editor: Bat geomycosis (white nose syndrome) is caused by the psychrophilic
fungus Geomyces destructans, which has rapidly spread in the United States and Canada since it was first reported from Albany, New York (1,2).
Fish from warm waters mostly harbor mesophilic Gram-negative bacteria while cold waters harbour mostly psychrophilic
, Gram-positive bacteria.