From field barley to malt: detection and specification of microbial activity for quality aspects.

@article{Noots1999FromFB,
  title={From field barley to malt: detection and specification of microbial activity for quality aspects.},
  author={I. Noots and Jan A Delcour and Chris W Michiels},
  journal={Critical reviews in microbiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={121-53}
}
Barley grain carries a numerous, variable, and complex microbial population that mainly consists of bacteria, yeasts, and filamentous fungi and that can partly be detected and quantified using plating methods and microscopic and molecular techniques. The extent and the activity of this microflora are determined by the altering state of the grain and the environmental conditions in the malt production chain. Three ecological systems can be distinguished: the growing cereal in the field, the dry… CONTINUE READING
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