Cold and Chilled Storage Technology

The first edition of Cold and Chilled Storage Technology was prepared at a time when great changes were taking place in the industry that were hard to put into clear perspective.

Author: C.V.J. Dellino

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461311270

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The first edition of Cold and Chilled Storage Technology was prepared at a time when great changes were taking place in the industry that were hard to put into clear perspective. For example, the CFClozone layer problem was identified, the Montreal Protocol was signed and experts from many disci plines were already proposing 'solutions' to the problems seen at the time. Not only were there the usual differences in approach to the problems, there were different understandings of the problems themselves. For in stance, some authoritative voices were saying HCFC 22 was 'part of the solution, not part of the problem' and recommending it as the main refrig erant for the future, others said the opposite. As editor, I have taken the view that this should be a 'reference book' and, as such, it should contain information that points in the direction of tried and proven good practice. To avoid the risk of misdirecting readers, I decided that the CFC issue was too unclear to be usefully discussed in the first edition and left it out altogether. This was the main criticism of the first edition at the time of its publication but, in view of the developments since then, I stand by my decision to avoid premature comment in that instance. The matter is discussed in this edition in Chapters 4 and 7, which include summaries of other related factors, in a way that was certainly not possible in 1989.
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Cold and Chilled Storage Technology

The first edition of Cold and Chilled Storage Technology was prepared at a time when great changes were taking place in the industry that were hard to put into clear perspective.

Author: Clive Dellino

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1461284309

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 334

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The first edition of Cold and Chilled Storage Technology was prepared at a time when great changes were taking place in the industry that were hard to put into clear perspective. For example, the CFClozone layer problem was identified, the Montreal Protocol was signed and experts from many disci plines were already proposing 'solutions' to the problems seen at the time. Not only were there the usual differences in approach to the problems, there were different understandings of the problems themselves. For in stance, some authoritative voices were saying HCFC 22 was 'part of the solution, not part of the problem' and recommending it as the main refrig erant for the future, others said the opposite. As editor, I have taken the view that this should be a 'reference book' and, as such, it should contain information that points in the direction of tried and proven good practice. To avoid the risk of misdirecting readers, I decided that the CFC issue was too unclear to be usefully discussed in the first edition and left it out altogether. This was the main criticism of the first edition at the time of its publication but, in view of the developments since then, I stand by my decision to avoid premature comment in that instance. The matter is discussed in this edition in Chapters 4 and 7, which include summaries of other related factors, in a way that was certainly not possible in 1989.
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Principles of Food Processing

Several areas or aspects of refrigerated storage will see development over the next few years. These include: 1. Increased use of combined technologies for enhancement of shelf-life. ... Cold and Chilled Storage Technology.

Author: Richard W Hartel

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461560937

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The approach to teaching the concepts of food processing to the undergrad uate food science major has evolved over the past 40 years. In most under graduate food science curricula, food processing has been taught on a commodity basis. In many programs, several courses dealt with processing with emphasis on a different commodity, such as fruits and vegetables, dairy products, meat products, and eggs. In most situations, the emphasis was on the unique characteristics of the commodity and very little empha sis on the common elements associated with processing of the different commodities. Quite often the undergraduate student was allowed to select one or two courses from those offered in order to satisfy the minimum standards suggested by the Institute of Food Technologists. The current 1FT minimum standards suggest that the undergradu ate food science major be required to complete at least one food processing course. The description of this course is as follows: One course with lecture and laboratory which covers general characteristics of raw food materials, principles offood preserva tion, processing factors that influence quality, packaging, water and waste management, and sanitation. Prerequisites: general chemistry, physics, and general microbiology.
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Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Fruits and Vegetables

Controlled atmosphere storage. In Dellino, C.J.V. Editor. Cold and Chilled Storage Technology. Blackie, London, 53–92. Blank, H.G. 1973. The possibility of simple CO2 absorption in CA storage. Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des ...

Author: A. Keith Thompson

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781845936471

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 288

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This book covers the history and current technology reported and used in controlled atmosphere (CA) storage and modified atmosphere (MA) packaging, and its applicability and restrictions for use in a variety of crops in different situations. An introduction to the history of CA storage (chapter 1) is provided. Other subjects discussed are presented under the following headings: effects and interactions of CA storage (chapter 2); CA technology (chapter 3); harvest and preharvest factors (chapter 4); pre-storage treatments (chapter 5); flavour, quality and physiology (chapter 6); pests and diseases (chapter 7); modified atmosphere packaging (chapter 8); recommended CA storage conditions for selected crops (chapter 9); and CA transport technology (chapter 10). This book provides an easily accessible reference source for those studying agriculture, horticulture, food science and technology, and food marketing. It will also be useful to researchers in this area, giving an overview of our present knowledge of CA storage, which will indicate areas where there is a need for further research.
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Encyclopedia of 20th Century Technology

The Cold War motivated the U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration to include frozen food in an atomic bomb test called Operation Cue, ... Dellino, C.V.J., Ed. Cold and Chilled Storage Technology. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, ...

Author: Colin Hempstead

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135455514

Category: Reference

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Comprised of 395 essays arranged alphabetically, most on individual objects, artifacts, techniques, and products, this is an up-to-date reference work for all those involved in teaching or researching the history of twentieth-century technology, as well as the serious general reader. The core of each of the main entries is a technical description, within a historical narrative, of about 1,000 words plus illustrations and further reading. There are also about 30 longer survey entries that that address broad questions of technological systems, such as the context in which the various technologies were developed, discussions of any controversies and schools of thought, comparisons between different political and economics systems, and the various ways in which different nations have attempted to make and apply science and technology policies.
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Postharvest Physiological Disorders in Fruits and Vegetables

Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 125, 707–713. Bishop, D. 1997. Controlled atmosphere storage, pp. 53–92. In: C.V.J. Dellino (ed.), Cold and Chilled Storage Technology, second edition. Chapman & Hall, London.

Author: Sergio Tonetto de Freitas

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351973168

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book, chock full of color illustrations, addresses the main postharvest physiological disorders studied in fruits and vegetables. For a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, Postharvest Physiological Disorders in Fruits and Vegetables describes visual symptoms, triggering and inhibiting mechanisms, and approaches to predict and control these disorders after harvest. Color photographs illustrate the disorders, important factors, physiology, and management. The book includes a detailed description of the visual symptoms, triggering and inhibiting mechanisms, and possible approaches to predict and control physiological disorders. The mechanisms triggering and inhibiting the disorders are discussed in detail in each chapter, based on recent studies, which can help readers better understand the factors regulating each disorder. The description of possible approaches to predict and control each disorder can help growers, shippers, wholesalers, and retailers to determine the best management practices to reduce disorder incidence and crop losses. Features: Presents visual symptoms of postharvest physiological disorders that will help readers to precisely identify the disorders in fruits and vegetables Details mechanisms triggering and inhibiting the postharvest disorders Explains possible approaches to predict and control these disorders Suggests the best postharvest management approaches for each crop Although there are many scientific publications on postharvest physiological disorders, there are no recent reviews or books putting together the most recent information about the mechanisms regulating, as well as about the possible approaches to predict and control these disorders.
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Production Technology of Stone Fruits

Controlled atmosphere storage. In C. J. V. Dellino (Ed.), Cold and chilled storage technology. London: Blackie. Bleinroth, E. W., Garcia, J. L. M., & Yokomizo, Y. (1977). Conseracao de quatro variedades de manga pelo frio e em atmosfera ...

Author: Mohammad Maqbool Mir

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811589201

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 436

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Globally stone fruits are emerging in the market due to the increased consumer’s desire for health-promoting foods. Stone fruits attract research attention, mainly due to the cultural and commercial aspects of the array of varieties that are grown. Being grown in wide range of environments, it is very important to understand what factors influence the production and quality attributes of stone fruits. There is a lack of systematic scientific information on strategic approach for production technologies of such fruits. This book will be first of its kind focusing on technological aspects of stone fruits especially on latest developments in present day horticulture. It will be an essential reference for professionals including academicians, scholars, researchers and industries working in the said area. We hope that readers will find this book a useful resource for their research or studies, and it will be helpful in the development of high quality stone fruits in future which will improve the economic and social life of people. Besides, this book fulfills the needs of a number of horticultural courses of Universities and will serving as a pomological manual for all occasions.
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Postharvest Biology and Technology of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits

Cold and Chilled Storage Technology, London: Blackie. Blackbourn H. D., Jeger M. J., John P. and Thompson A. K. (1990), 'Inhibition of degreening in the peel of bananas ripened at tropical temperatures, III changes in plastid ...

Author: Elhadi M Yahia

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780857092762

Category: Business & Economics

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While products such as bananas, pineapples, kiwifruit and citrus have long been available to consumers in temperate zones, new fruits such as lychee, longan, carambola, and mangosteen are now also entering the market. Confirmation of the health benefits of tropical and subtropical fruit may also promote consumption further. Tropical and subtropical fruits are particularly vulnerable to postharvest losses, and are also transported long distances for sale. Therefore maximising their quality postharvest is essential and there have been many recent advances in this area. Many tropical fruits are processed further into purees, juices and other value-added products, so quality optimization of processed products is also important. The books cover current state-of-the-art and emerging post-harvest and processing technologies. Volume 1 contains chapters on particular production stages and issues, whereas Volumes 2, 3 and 4 contain chapters focused on particular fruit. Chapters in Volume 2 review the factors affecting the quality of different tropical and subtropical fruits from açai to citrus fruits. Important issues relevant to each product are discussed, including means of maintaining quality and minimizing losses postharvest, recommended storage and transport conditions and processing methods, among other topics. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, Volume 2 of Postharvest biology and technology of tropical and subtropical fruits, along with the other volumes in the collection, will be an essential reference both for professionals involved in the postharvest handling and processing of tropical and subtropical fruits and for academics and researchers working in the area. Along with the other volumes in the collection, Volume 2 is an essential reference for professionals involved in the postharvest handling and processing of tropical and subtropical fruits and for academics and researchers working in the area Reviews the factors affecting the quality of different tropical and subtropical fruits from açai to citrus fruits Important issues relevant to each particular fruit are discussed, including means of maintaining quality and minimising losses postharvest, recommended storage and transport conditions
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Strawberry

Cold and Chilled Storage Technology. Boston, MA: Springer; 1997 [39] Floros JD, Matsos KI. Introduction to modified atmosphere packaging. In: Han JH, editor. Innovations in Food Packaging. Vol. 91. New York: Elsevier Academic Press; ...

Author: Toshiki Asao

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9781839622533

Category: Gardening

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This book mainly deals with pre- and postharvest management practices of the strawberry to ensure that high-quality fruits are delivered to the consumer. The influence of climatic variables, cultural practices, harvesting techniques, and use of chemicals and other natural compounds on fruit quality are discussed. Factors affecting fruit growth and development and processes regarding maturation and biochemical changes during fruit ripening are also presented in one of the chapters of this book. Some chapters provide information regarding harvesting, storing, packaging, transporting, and also selling that affect strawberry quality greatly. Enhancement of yield and antioxidant contents in the strawberry by various natural products, including chitosan and probiotic bacterial, are also included in this book. The final chapter states that antioxidants present in strawberry fruit play a dietary role in alleviating oxidative stress in experimental liver models. This book focuses on the postharvest quality management of the strawberry and provides a useful resource to educationists, traders, and commercial strawberry growers.
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Tecnolog a postcosecha de cultivos hortofrut colas

Cold and chilled storage technology. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Dewey, D. H. 1983. Controlled atmosphere storage of fruits and vegetables. In S. Thorne, ed., Developments in food preservation. London: Applied Science.

Author: Adel A Kader

Publisher: UCANR Publications

ISBN: 9781601077431

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 584

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Redactada por Adel Kader y escrita por 22 autores, incluyendo investigadores, especialistas y profesores de la Universidad de California, junto con los expertos principales de la industria, la tercera edición alcanza 535 páginas. Esta es una fuente invaluable para profesionales de investigación, personal de control de calidad y estudiantes de la biología postcosecha — cualquier persona relacionada con la tecnología del manejo y almacenamiento de frutas y verduras frescas y plantas ornamentales.

La información en el manual es aplicable en todo el mundo.

Tecnolología postcosecha de cultivos hortofrutícolas es ilustrado con 154 fotos en color, 184 fotos de blanco y negro y 111 gráficas e ilustraciones.

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Planning Seafood Cold Storage

Russell , B.A. 1990. Store insulation . In : Cold and Chilled Storage Technology , C.V. ) . Dellino ( ed . ) . Blackie & Son , Glasgow . Sbrana , F. and M. Rossi . 1988. Low energy consumption , cold stores for frozen foods , optimum of ...

Author: Edward Kolbe

Publisher: University of Alaska Sea Grant

ISBN: UCSD:31822020653473

Category: Cold storage

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Bibliography of Agriculture

023716 Malt conditioning using cold water spray . ... 023264 Studies on chilled storage of fresh water fish 023544 apparent viscosity of acidulated four - water 023896 Estimate of water flow ... Remote soil - water sampling technique .

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Controlled and Modified Atmospheres for Fresh and Fresh Cut Produce

likely that some potential for new, somewhat unanticipated technologies relating to food safety, traceability, and value-added activities contribute to both CA and MAP. ... In:Dellino, C.V.J. (Ed.), Cold and Chilled Storage Technology.

Author: Maria Isabel Gil

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128046210

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Controlled and Modified Atmospheres for Fresh and Fresh-Cut Produce is the ultimate reference book of CA/MA recommendations for selected commodities. It includes the basic knowledge of physiology and technologies to the current application of recommended CA/MAP conditions for fresh and fresh-cut fruits and vegetables. For each commodity, a summary with requirements and recommendations is presented. The book is divided into three parts, with each focusing on different aspects of CA/MA, including fundamental topics on the physiological and quality effects of CA and MAP for fresh and fresh-cut fruits and vegetables, optimal CA/MAP conditions and recommendations, and optimal conditions for fresh-cut fruits and vegetables. Provides guidelines and recommendations of CA/MAP for the fresh produce industry Illustrates the benefits and defects caused by CA/MA in full color Brings more than 54 fruits and vegetables and their respective summary with the requirements and recommendations of CA/MA conditions Includes the optimal CA/MAP conditions and recommendations for selected fresh fruits and vegetables
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Fruit and Vegetables

Harvesting, Handling and Storage Anthony Keith Thompson ... In Dellino, C.J.V. (Editor), Cold and Chilled Storage Technology. Blackie, London. ... Intermittent warming during low temperature storage reduces tomato chilling injury.

Author: Anthony Keith Thompson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118654019

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Completely revised, updated and enlarged, now encompassing two volumes, this third edition of Fruit and Vegetables reviews and evaluates, in comprehensive detail, postharvest aspects of a very wide international range of fresh fruit and vegetables as it applies to their physiology, quality, technology, harvest maturity determination, harvesting methods, packaging, postharvest treatments, controlled atmosphere storage, ripening and transportation. The new edition of this definitive work, which contains many full colour photographs, and details of species not covered in the previous editions, provides key practical and commercially-oriented information of great use in helping to ensure that fresh fruit and vegetables reach the retailer in optimum condition, with the minimum of deterioration and spoilage. With the constantly increasing experimental work throughout the world the book incorporates salient advances in the context of current work, as well as that dating back over a century, to give options to the reader to choose what is most relevant to their situation and needs. This is important because recommendations in the literature are often conflicting; part of the evaluation of the published results and reviews is to guide the reader to make suitable choices through discussion of the reasons for diverse recommendations. Also included is much more on the nutritional values of fruit and vegetables, and how these may vary and change postharvest. There is also additional information on the origin, domestication and taxonomy of fruit and vegetables, putting recommendations in context. Fruits and Vegetables 3e is essential reading for fruit and vegetable technologists, food scientists and food technologists, agricultural scientists, commercial growers, shippers, packhouse operatives and personnel within packaging companies. Researchers and upper level students in food science, food technology, plant and agricultural sciences will find a great deal of use within this popular book. All libraries in research establishments and universities where these subjects are studied and taught should have copies readily available for users.
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Handbook of Research on Smart Computing for Renewable Energy and Agro Engineering

Controlled atmosphere storage. In C. J. V. Dellino (Ed.), Cold and Chilled Storage Technology (pp. 66–98). London, UK: Blackie. Bishop, D. J. (1994). Application of new techniques to CA storage. Proceedings of the International ...

Author: Kharchenko, Valeriy

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799812173

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 537

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The rise in population and the concurrently growing consumption rate necessitates the evolution of agriculture to adopt current computational technologies to increase production at a faster and smoother scale. While existing technologies may help in crop processing, there is a need for studies that seek to understand how modern approaches like artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, and hybrid algorithms can aid the agricultural process while utilizing energy sources efficiently. The Handbook of Research on Smart Computing for Renewable Energy and Agro-Engineering is an essential publication that examines the benefits and barriers of implementing computational models to agricultural production and energy sources as well as how these models can produce more cost-effective and sustainable solutions. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics such as bacterial foraging, swarm intelligence, and combinatorial optimization, this book is ideally designed for agricultural engineers, farmers, municipal union leaders, computer scientists, information technologists, sustainable developers, managers, environmentalists, industry professionals, academicians, researchers, and students.
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Micro Organisms in Foods

Bishop, D. (1990) Controlled atmosphere storage, in Cold and Chilled Storage Technology (ed C.V.J. Dellino), Van Nostrand Reinhold Publisher, New York, NY, pp. 66–98. Bolin, H.R. and Huxsoll, C.C. (1991) Effect of preparation procedures ...

Author: International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Foods Staff

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461553076

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 615

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Microbiology of Foods 6: Microbial Ecology of Food Commodities was written by the ICMSF, compris ing 19 scientists from II countries, plus 12 consultants and 12 chapter contributors. This book brings up to date Microbial Ecology of Foods, Volume 2: Food Commodities (1980, Academic Press), taking account of developments in food processing and packaging, new ranges of products, and foodborne pathogens that have emerged since 1980. The overall structure of each of the chapters has been retained, viz. they cover: (i) the important properties of the food commodity that affect its microbial content; (ii) the initial microbial flora at slaughter or harvest; (iii) the effect of harvesting, transportation, processing and storage on the microbial content; and (iv) the means of controlling processes and the microbial content. The section on Choice of Case has not been included in this 2nd edition, reflecting the changed emphasis in ensuring the microbi ological safety of foods. At the time of publication of Microbial Ecology of Foods, Volume 2: Food Commodities, control of food safety was largely by inspection and compliance with hygiene regulations, coupled with end-product testing. Such testing was put on a sound statistical basis through sampling plans introduced in Microorganisms in Foods 2: Sampling for Microbiological Analysis: Principles and Specific Applications (2nd edition 1986, University of Toronto Press).
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Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops

Cold and chilled storage technology. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Dewey, D. H. 1983. Controlled atmosphere storage of fruits and vegetables. In S. Thorne, ed., Developments in food preservation. London: Applied Science. 1–24.

Author: Adel A. Kader

Publisher: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

ISBN: 9781879906518

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 535

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The Third Edition of the University of California's definitive manual on postharvest technology has been completely updated and expanded. Five new chapters cover consumer issues in quality and safety, preharvest factors affecting fruit and vegetable quality, waste management and cull utilization, safety factors, and processing methods. A new appendix presents a summary of optimal conditions and the potential storage life of 200 fruits and vegetables.
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The Seafood Industry

In: Cold and Chilled Storage Technology, ed. C.V.J. Dellino, 2nd edn. Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordretch. Craven, C., E. Kolbe, M. Morrissey, and G. Silvia. 1997. Onboard factors affecting chilling and freezing rates, and quality of ...

Author: Linda Ankenman Granata

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780813802589

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The Seafood Industry: Species, Products, Processing, and Safety, Second Edition is a completely updated and contemporary revision of Flick and Martin’s classic publication, The Seafood Industry. Covering all aspects of the commercial fish and shellfish industries – from harvest through consumption – the book thoroughly describes the commercial fishery of the western hemisphere. The international audience will also find the coverage accessible because, although species and regulations may differ, the techniques described are similar worldwide,. The second edition contains a significant expansion of the material included in the first edition. Examples include: high pressure processing; inclusion of additional major crustacean species of commerce; fishery centers and development programs; handling methods on fishing vessels; and new chapters on Toxins, Allergies, and Sensitivities; Composition and Quality; and Risk Management and HACCP; and Processing Fin Fish. The Seafood Industry: Species, Products, Processing, and Safety, comprehensive in scope and current with today’s issues, will prove to be a great asset to any industry professional or seafood technologist working in the field.
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Commercial Chicken Meat and Egg Production

Cold and Chilled Storage Technology by C. V. J. Dellino, 1997, 334 pages. Blackie Academic and Professional, Chapman and Hall, London, England, UK. Color Atlas of Diseases and Disorders of Domestic Fowl and Turkeys by C. J. Randall ...

Author: Donald D. Bell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461508113

Category: Science

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Commercial Chicken Meat and Egg Production is the 5th edition of a highly successful book first authored by Dr. Mack O. North in 1972, updated in 1978 and 1984. The 4th edition was co-authored with Donald D. Bell in 1990. The book has achieved international success as a reference for students and commercial poultry and egg producers in every major poultry producing country in the world. The 5th edition is essential reading for students preparing to enter the poultry industry, for owners and managers of existing poultry companies and for scientists who need a major source of scientifically based material on poultry management. In earlier editions, the authors emphasized the chicken and its management. The 5th edition, with the emphasis shifted to the commercial business of managing poultry, contains over 75% new material. The contributions of 14 new authors make this new edition the most comprehensive such book available. Since extensive references are made to the international aspects of poultry management, all data are presented in both the Imperial and Metric form. Over 300 tables and 250 photos and figures support 62 chapters of text. New areas include processing of poultry and eggs with thorough discussions of food safety and further processing. The business of maintaining poultry is discussed in chapters on economics, model production firms, the use of computers, and record keeping. Updated topics include: breeders and hatchery operations; broiler and layer flock management; replacement programs and management of replacements; nutrition; and flock health. New chapters address flock behavior, ventilation, waste management, egg quality and egg breakage. Other new features include a list of more than 400 references and a Master List of the tables, figures, manufacturers of equipment and supplies, research institutions, books and periodicals, breeders, and trade associations. Commercial growers will find the tables of data of particular interest; scientists will be able to utilize the extensive references and to relate their areas of interest to the commercial industry's applications; and students will find that the division of the book into 11 distinct sections, with multiple chapters in each, will make the text especially useful.
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