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Volume 3, Number 4—December 1997
THEME ISSUE
Foodborne

Controlling Emerging Foodborne Microbial Hazards

Maximizing the Usefulness of Food Microbiology Research

Terry A. Roberts
Author affiliation: Food Safety Consultant; Chairman, International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Foods

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Specific growth rate of Listeria monocytogenes predicted by different models and independent observers (provided by J. Baranyi, Institute of Food Research, Reading Laboratory). Estimates of specific growth rate from published papers are shown vertically. The response surfaces were generated from predictive models and are not a surface fitted to the values.

Figure. Specific growth rate of Listeria monocytogenes predicted by different models and independent observers (provided by J. Baranyi, Institute of Food Research, Reading Laboratory). Estimates of specific growth rate from published papers are shown vertically. The response surfaces were generated from predictive models and are not a surface fitted to the values.

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