thermoduric bacteria

thermoduric bacteria

[¦thər·mȯ′du̇r·ik bak′tir·ē·ə]
(microbiology)
Bacteria which survive pasteurization, but do not grow at temperatures used in a pasteurizing process.
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Prevalence of thermoduric bacteria and spores on 10 midwest dairy farms.
Review of potential sources and control of thermoduric bacteria in bulk-tank milk.
Then, of course, there are Thermoduric bacteria. These live and thrive in temps from 75[degrees]F up through 150[degrees]F.
On the other hand, water held in a rain barrel or anywhere above ground would serve as a breeding ground for Thermoduric bacteria. For example, cholera usually develops from standing water.
Thermoduric bacteria do not influence the total CFU count very much, but since they survive pasteurisation it can influence the count after pasteurisation and are important for the total count in milk powder.