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Poultry safety & quality collection

Code: 91698
This is the Poultry safety & quality collection. This collection includes 33 chapters that review advances in understanding and preventing pathogenic, contaminant and other human health hazards in poultry production.

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A selection of chapters in this collection:
Composition and properties of egg white: Kaustav Majumder, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA and Yoshinori Mine, University of Guelph, Canada
Mechanisms for transmissions of pathogens into eggs: Sophie Jan and Florence Baron, Agrocampus Ouest-INRA, France
Pathogens affecting table eggs: Kapil Chousalker, University of Adelaide, Australia and Kylie Hewson, Australian Chicken Meat Federation, Australia
The effects of housing systems for laying hens on egg safety and quality: Deana R. Jones, US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, USA
Understanding the natural antibacterial defences of egg white and their regulation: Nicolas Guyot, Sophie Réhault-Godbert, Yves Nys, INRA, France; and Florence Baron, INRA – Agrocampus Ouest, France
Determinants of egg appearance and colour: C. Hamelin, CCPA, France and F. Cisneros, DSM, Switzerland
Sampling and detection of Salmonella in eggs: Richard K. Gast, USDA-ARS, USA
Nutraceutical benefits of eggs: Hoon H. Sunwoo and Naiyana Gujral, University of Alberta, Canada
Composition and properties of eggshell: Maureen Bain, University of Glasgow, UK
Nutritional and physiological functions of egg yolk components: Yasumi Horimoto, University of Guelph, Canada and Hajime Hatta, Kyoto Women’s University, Japan
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