Sensors for Food Safety and Quality

Sensors for Food Safety and Quality

Hardcover | May 19, 2016

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This Special Issue is dedicated to publishing articles that describe the novel sensors or high-throughput screening technologies that are involved in detecting multiple pathogens, spoilage microorganisms, microbial communnities, indicator microorganisms, microbial or non-microbial toxins, and non-microbial parameters (water activity, pH, metabolic by-products) relevant to improving the safety, quality, and security of foods.

Title:Sensors for Food Safety and QualityFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:334 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 1.06 inShipping dimensions:334 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 1.06 inPublished:May 19, 2016Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3038421995

ISBN - 13:9783038421993

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Table of Contents

Electronic-Nose Applications for Fruit Identification, Ripeness and Quality Grading Assessment of Taste Attributes of Peanut Meal Enzymatic-Hydrolysis Hydrolysates Using an Electronic Tongue Fruit Quality Evaluation Using Spectroscopy Technology: A Review Fruit and Vegetable Quality Assessment via Dielectric Sensing Distributed Wireless Monitoring System for Ullage and Temperature in Wine Barrels Unmasking of Olive Oil Adulteration Via a Multi-Sensor Platform Analysis of a Lipid/Polymer Membrane for Bitterness Sensing with a Preconditioning Process Novel PCR Assays Complement Laser Biosensor-Based Method and Facilitate Listeria Species Detection from Food Fluorescence-Based Bioassays for the Detection and Evaluation of Food Materials Antibody Microarray for E. coli O157:H7 and Shiga Toxin in Microtiter Plates Portable Nanoparticle-Based Sensors for Food Safety Assessment Theoretical Basis and Application for Measuring Pork Loin Drip Loss Using Microwave Spectroscopy