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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1968. Department of Microbiology and Department of Food Science and Technology.
Little information is available on the effect of relative humidity on a mixture culture growth and no data are available specifically related to the dairy industry. This study was undertaken to investigate the specific effect relative humidity has on microbial growth on hard surfaces, and what role it plays in the complex system of survival and growth of microflora on diary food-contact surfaces.
Advisors: R. Burt Maxcy and C. E. Georgi