Study on the application of an interspecific competition model for the prediction of microflora behaviour during the fermentation process of S. Angelo PGI salami

Davide Valenti, Antonio Panebianco, Graziella Ziino, Alessandro Giuffrida

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Abstract

The use of predictive microbiology models able to evaluate bacterial behaviour as a function of environmental conditions and, at the same time, of natural microflora competition was considered by several authors with different approaches. Some authors modelled bacterial competition as a function of metabolic product with particular regard to lactic acid and modelled interspecific bacterial competition introducing a term into a conventional primary predictive model, which gives account for the interaction between two populations, so that they inhibit each other to the same extent that they inhibit their own growth.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S229-S232
Number of pages4
JournalVeterinary Research Communications
Volume33
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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interspecific competition
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Study on the application of an interspecific competition model for the prediction of microflora behaviour during the fermentation process of S. Angelo PGI salami. / Valenti, Davide; Panebianco, Antonio; Ziino, Graziella; Giuffrida, Alessandro.

In: Veterinary Research Communications, Vol. 33, 2009, p. S229-S232.

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