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Past Exam for FST 2014 - Introduction to Food Science with Eigel at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Professor:Eigel
Class:FST 2014 - Introduction to Food Science
Subject:Food Science and Technology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2007
Keywords:
  • Disease Control
  • Unauthorized
  • Convenience
  • Market Testing
  • Provided That
  • Pasteurization
  • Pleated Sheet
  • Identification
  • Great Britain
  • Market Test
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NAME: (Print): ___________________________ I have neither provided nor have I received unauthorized assistance on this exam. NAME (Signature): _________________________ INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SCIENCE FST 2014 December 7-12, 2006 (A) TRUE OR FALSE 1. In determining the success of a new food product, the novelty of a new food idea is more important than meeting consumer demand. 1) TRUE 2) FALSE 2. The toxin produced by Clostridium botulinum can be destroyed by heating at 80C for 10 minutes. 1) TRUE 2) FALSE 3. Rogue prions differ from normal prions found in brain and spinal chord in that they have a ?-pleated sheet secondary structure. 1) TRUE 2) FALSE 4. In the commercial food industry, good frozen storage means the food is held at -18C or below. 1) TRUE 2) FALSE 5. Some spoilage microorganisms have the ability to grow slowly at temperatures less than 0C. 1) TRUE 2) FALSE 6. Short-term storage under froz...

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