Information sheet ECTS Syllabus
Course syllabus N425T9_4I - Theory of Food Preservation (FCFT - SS 2019/2020)
|University:||Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology|
|Course unit code:||N425T9_4I|
|Course unit title:||Theory of Food Preservation|
|Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:|
|Recommended semester/trimester:||Nutrition and Food Quality Assessment - master (semi-compulsory), 2. semester|
|Level of study:||2.|
|Prerequisites for registration:||none|
|During the semester there will be two written verification of 50 points; for the oral examination is necessary to obtain at least 25 points from each review.|
|Learning outcomes of the course unit:|
|The student shall be informed of the reasons for preserving food in terms of their quality and safety. The student will acquire an overview of biochemical, microbiological and physico-chemical processes occurring in food matrices. The student will acquire an overview of abiotic and anabiotic processes for extending the shelf life of perishable foods.
|Rationale and specific aspects of food preservation; the importance of preserving of food in terms of food quality and safety.
Characteristics of biochemical, microbiological and physicochemical processes, which occur in food matrices; assimilation and dissimilation; intra-molecular respiration; characteristics of saprophytic microorganisms, distribution, behavior and its impact on food matrix.
Distribution of preservation methods according to the character of their effect and to their effect on the food matrix.
Direct inactivation of microorganisms - factors influencing the direct inactivation of microorganisms during the thermal sterilization.
Direct sterilization by heat, high-frequency heating and resistance heating.
Direct sterilization using ionizing radiation and chemical sterilization.
Direct sterilization by ultrasound, UV radiation and light impulses.
Indirect preservation by osmotic pressure, and ultra-high pressure and inert gas.
Indirect preservation by rejection of heat and water.
Indirect preservation by additives.
Indirect preservation by antibiotics and phytoncides.
Indirect preservation by smoke and products of lactic acid fermentation.
Theory of hurdle barriers and its use in the preservation of food.
|Recommended or required reading:|
|Language of instruction:||-- item not defined --|
|Assessed students in total: 56|
|Name of lecturer(s):||doc. Ing. Jolana Karovičová, PhD. (person responsible for course) - slovak|
|Last modification:||29. 1. 2019|
|Supervisor:||doc. Ing. Jolana Karovičová, PhD. and programme supervisor|
Last modification made by Ing. Tomáš Molnár on 01/29/2019.