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Food Chemistry Exam1

Food Safety and the Egg

TermDefinition
Foodborne Infection Occurs when one consumes a food that has been contaminated with infectious microbes or pathogens.
Pathogen A disease causing microorganism.
Foodborne Intoxication Caused by eating foods that contain toxins.
Food Biotechnology Opportunities to enhance the quality and variety of foods; uses genetic engineering and selective breeding; highly controversial.
Food Biotechnology Opportunities to enhance the quality and variety of foods; uses genetic engineering and selective breeding; highly controversial.
Selective Breeding combines many genes from 2 varieties of the same species to produce one with the desired characteristics.
Genetic Engineering A single gene ( or several) are transferred from the same or different species to produce one with the desired characteristics.
Candling(eggs) Detects cracks in shells, blood spots,and large air cells
Outcome of Foodborne intoxication Botulinum, Staph
Outcome of Foodborne infection Listeria,salmonella, hepatitis, E. coli
Created by: jazzyg