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|title: ||Thermal inactivation of Byssochlamys nivea in pineapple nectar combined with preliminary high pressure treatments|
|authors: ||Ferreira, E. H. R.|
Massaguer, P. R.
|keywords: ||Thermal inactivation|
|issue date: ||2010|
|publisher: ||CIGR, CSBE, SCGAB|
|abstract: ||Byssochlamys nivea is a thermal resistant filamentous fungi and potential micotoxin producer. Recent studies have verified the presence of ascospores of such microorganism in samples of pineapple nectars. Although the majority of filamentous fungi have limited heat resistance and are easily destroyed by heat, Byssochlamys nivea ascospores have shown high thermal resistance. The aim of this work was to evaluate the application of linear and Weibull models on thermal inactivation (70, 80 and 90ºC) of Byssochlamys nivea ascospores in pineapple nectar after pretreatment with high pressure (550MPa or 650MPa during 15min). Following the treatments, survival curves were built up for each processing temperature and adjusted for both models. It was observed that survival curves at 90°C after high pressure pretreatment at 550 MPa/15 min did not fit well to linear and Weibull models. For all the other treatments, the Weibull model presented a better fit. At 90ºC without pressure treatment, the Weibull model also showed a better adjustment, having a larger R2 and a smaller RMSE. Regarding the process effectiveness, a 5-log reduction (t5), as recommended for pasteurization, was only achieved for Byssochlamys nivea ascospores presented in pineapple nectar at 90ºC/10.7 min with previous high pressure treatment of 650 MPa for 15 min. Considering the high intensity and energy demanding process with possibly product damage, other preventive and alternative treatments are being investigated.|
|publisher version/DOI: ||http://www.bioeng.ca/cigr2010/|
|source: ||XVIIth World Congress of the International Commission of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (CIGR)|
|appears in collections||QOPNA - Comunicações|
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