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Start by marking Food consumption and disease risk: Consumer-pathogen interactions as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It presents a broad picture of aspects that increase or decrease exposure to foodborne pathogens, such as globalization of the food supply and trends in food processing.
Consumer-Pathogen Interactions . Part 1 Factors that influence interactions between foodborne pathogenic agents and consumers: Introduction to foodborne illness: Public health impact, pathogens and consumers; Populations at elevated risk of foodborne disease; Globalisation of the food supply and the influence of economic factors on the contamination of food with pathogens; Trends in agricultural management and land use and the risk of foodborne disease; Influence of food. Dr Morris Potter is the Lead Scientist for Epidemiology in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition of the United States Food and Drug Administration.
Consumer–Pathogen Interactions. Potter (Ed. The public health impact of foodborne disease in both the developed and developing world is high. Foodborne illness is a major cause of disease and some infections can be fatal. Considers factors that increase the risk of exposure to foodborne hazards. Examines the human factors that influence disease.
Food Consumption and Disease Risk covers important issues in the relationship between consumers and foodborne bacteria, viruses and parasites. The book addresses host factors that influence foodborne disease (age, genetics and underlying illness) and characteristics of pathogenic agents that influence interaction with human hosts. Features: Thoroughly addresses the issues of pathogens and their control in food. Focuses on contamination risks at various stages in the processing of foods.
Автор: M. A. Potter Название: Food Consumption and Disease Risk . by. series Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition.
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