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T/F: The microbial ecosystem in the colon contains 3-5 species of different bacteria False
T/F: Intestinal microflora have a symbiotic relationship with their animal host True
T/F: For the most part, bacteria digest and metabolizr fermentable, soluble dietary fiber True
T/F: Resident bacteria in the intestinal microflora do not have a protective effect against colonization by pathogenic microbes False
Which of the following microbes is know to cause foodborne illness D. All of the Following
Bacterial cultures found in yogurt are an example of: PRObiotics
T/F: Heat pasteurization uses extremely high temperatures to destroy disease-causing microorganisms. False
T/F: The presence of oxygen and water inhibit bacterial growth False
T/F: The rule of thumb for Food Safety is "if in doubt, throw it out" True
T/F: Bacteria grow most rapidly in temperatures between 40 and 140F True
Created by: cather