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The influence of temperature on the rate of growth of Sporotrichum carnos, from 10 degrees C.to +30 degrees C



The influence of temperature on the rate of growth of Sporotrichum carnos, from 10 degrees C.to +30 degrees C



Journ. Exper. Biol 8(4): 379-388



Sporotrichum carnis is stated to be of frequent occurrence on lean stored meat kept for eight to ten weeks at a temperature below 0 degrees C. but above -10 degrees. Experiments were conducted at the Low Temperature Station, Cambridge, to determine the influence of temperature on the development of this mould.

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