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Date entered:20031014
Last modified:20031028
Team:kg
ARN:PL2003001901
Record status:C
Bibl. level:AS
Type of publication:J
Literary ind.:K, E
English title:A comparison of milk microflora originating from two areas within the province of Warmia and Mazury
Other lang. title:Porownanie skladu mikroflory mleka pochodzacego z dwoch rejonow wojewodztwa warminsko-mazurskiego
Languages:(Pl)
Authors:Wiszniewska, A. Szteyn, J. Fus, M.M. (Uniwersytet Warminsko-Mazurski, Olsztyn (Poland). Katedra Higieny Produktow Zwierzecych) Cichosz, W. (Laboratorium Analiz Mleka Lab-Mlek Sp.z o.o., Olsztyn (Poland))
Conference:10. Scientific-Promotion Conference on Better Food
Conf.place:Olsztyn (Poland)
Conf.date:27 Jun 2003
Collation:p. 143-147
Summary:Summaries (En, Pl)
Notes:2 fig.; 6 ref.
Serial title:Biuletyn Naukowy. Uniwersytet Warminsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie (Poland)
ISSN:1640-1395
Date od publ.-S:(2003)
Collation-S:(no.22)
Prim.subj.categ.:Q04-Food composition
Descriptors - En:MILK; DAIRY HYGIENE; QUALITY CONTROLS; BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION; CELL COUNTING; SOMATIC CELL COUNT; POLAND;
Descriptors - Fr:LAIT; HYGIENE DU LAIT; CONTROLE DE QUALITE; CONTAMINATION BIOLOGIQUE; NUMERATION CELLULAIRE; NUMERATION CELLULAIRE SOMATIQUE; POLOGNE;
Descriptors - Sp:LECHE; HIGIENE DE LA LECHE; CONTROL DE CALIDAD; CONTAMINACION BIOLOGICA; CONTEO DE CELULAS; CONTEO DE CELULAS SOMATICAS; POLONIA;
Abstract:The quality of raw material obtained by daires is a key factor determining the quality of dairy products. From a technological point of view, in addition to the total microoganisms count, the amount of psychrophylic, thermophylic and spore-forming microorganisms in milk is vital. The study included an examination of raw milk samples originating from individual producers from two areas of the region of Warmia and Mazury. The samples were analysed for amounts of particular bacterial groups. The obtained results indicate the high percentage of psychrophylic bacteria in the total milk microflora. Certain differences in the count of particular bacterial groups were found for different milk origin areas. Thermophilic bacteria were found in the raw milk in small amounts
MFN:000301