Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores
September 1994, Wiley-Blackwell
This volume will be of value to research microbiologists, geneticists, biochemists and physicists who are interested in the fundamentals of the biochemical and physical basis of resistance and dormancy, and in spore science more generally. It will also be of value to those scientists who are concerned with the thoroughly practical problems of spore destruction and control in the food and pharmaceutical industries and in public health.
The Genetic Analysis of Bacterial Spore Germination.
The Trigger Mechanism of Spore Germination: Current Concepts.
The Role And Regulation of Cell Wall Structural Dynamics During Differentiation Of Endospore-Forming Bacteria.
Molecular Mechanisms of Resistance To Heat And Oxidative Damage.
Mechanisms Which Contribute To The Long-Term Survival Of Spores Of Bacillus Species.
Bacillus Cereus And Its Toxins.
Spore Resistance and Ultra Heat Treatment Processes.
Tolerance of Spores To Ionizing Radiation: Mechanisms Of Inactivation, Injury And Repair.
Mechanisms of Inactivation and Resistance Of Spores To Chemical Biocides.
Effects of Water Activity and Ph On Growth of Clostridium Botulinum.
Heat Resistance and Recovery Of Spores of Non-Proteolytic Clostridium Botulinum In Relation To Refrigerated, Processed Foods With An Extended Shelf-Life.
Bioluminescence and Spores as Biological Indicators of Inimical Processes