Predictive Mycology

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Philippe Dantigny (Editor)
Laboratoire de Génie des Procédés Microbiologiques et Alimentaires, Dijon, France

Series: Advances in Food Safety and Food Microbiology
BISAC: TEC012000

This book is the first state-of-the-art review that focuses on modeling fungal development in foods, an emerging field in the last decade. The objective of this book is to understand and to predict the development of fungi in food and raw materials and also the production and accumulation of secondary metabolites throughout the food chain. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

 

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Preface

1. Introduction to predictive mycology
(P. Dantigny and M. Bensoussan)

2. Experimental designs
(M. Sergent, Roberto Parra and P. Dantigny)

3. Primary models for germination of fungal spores
(P. Dantigny, Safaa Kaila and Sidjè Paule-Marina Nanguy)

4. Primary models for fungal growth
(M. Gougouli and K. Koutsoumanis)

5. Primary models for inactivation and activation of fungal spores (J. Dijksterhuis, Pilar Rodriguez de Massaguar, Alessandra Regina Da Silva, and P. Dantigny)

6. Secondary models for fungi
(N. Deschuyffeleer, S. Samapundo and F. Devlieghere)

7. Application of expert systems in food mycology
(E. Panagou and V. Kodogiannis)

8. Model fitting and probabilistic models
(P.N. Skandamis, M. Mataragas and R. Lambert)

9. Physiological state of fungal spores and survival dynamics (N. Magan, D. Aldred and J. Dijksterhuis)

10. Integrated molecular and ecophysiological data for modeling mycotoxin production
(N. Magan, R. Geisen, M. Schmidt-Heydt and R. Parra)

11. Models for fungal metabolites accumulation
(S. Marín and P. Dantigny)

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