The effects of enrichment on pasta composition and various quality and microbiological parameters during 6 months storage such as color, cooking properties, sensory attributes, mold and yeast and aerobic plate count were evaluated and compared with pasta produced from wheat flour.
What does APC stand for?
APC stands for Aerobic Plate Count (microbiology)
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Enumeration of total plate counts and Coliform Only total aerobic plate counts (TPC) and Coliform counts were determined in each brand of local and imported full cream milk.
P" alkalinity, COD, total aerobic plate count soluble iron & copper, corrosion inhibitor level and make-up water addition.
Bacteriological Analysis Using the spread-plate technique and 100 [micro]L from the serial dilution, the authors prepared duplicate plates for the determination of aerobic plate counts (APC), Enterobactericiceae, fecal coliforms, total colilorms, Staphylococcus, and Streptococcus.
1 mL aliquots were spread plated onto nonselective aerobic plate count agar (APC, Difco) in petri plates and incubated at 25[degrees]C for 48-72 h.
The treatment with the combined chitosan-thyme material under MAP conditions significantly affected aerobic plate counts and counts of lactic acid bacteria, Pseudomonas spp.
Aerobic Plate Count (APC) APCs were determined using plate count agar.
Sanova and the combination of ACS and Tsunami significantly reduced the aerobic plate count on the surface of whole cantaloupe compared to water wash.