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Author: Zhang, D (Ms Donglai Zhang)

Number of items: 11

Journal Article
Zhang, D and Ross, T and Bowman, JP, Physiological aspects of Listeria monocytogenes during inactivation accelerated by mild temperatures and otherwise non-growth permissive acidic and hyperosmotic conditions, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 141, (3) pp. 177-185. ISSN 0168-1605 (2010) [Refereed Article]
Zhang, D and McQuestin, O and Mellefont, LA and Ross, T, The influence of non-lethal temperature on the rate of inactivation of vegetative bacteria in inimical environments may be independent of bacterial species, Food Microbiology , 27, (4) pp. 453-459. ISSN 0740-0020 (2010) [Refereed Article] 
Ross, T and Zhang, D and McQuestin, O, Temperature governs the inactivation rate of vegetative bacteria under growth-preventing conditions, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 128, (1) pp. 129-135. ISSN 0168-1605 (2008) [Refereed Article] 
Conference Publication
Zhang, D and McQuestin, O and Mellefont, LA and Ross, T and Tamplin, ML, The Influence of Non-lethal Temperature on the Rate of Inactivation of Vegetable Bacteria in Inimical Environments may be Independent of Bacterial Species , Proceedings of the Food Protection Annual Meeting, 1-4 August 2010, Anaheim, California (2010) [Conference Extract] 
Zhang, D and Bowman, JP and Ross, T, A time-course study of genomic analysis on the responding of Listeria monocytogenes to Low pH and Low aw, Proceedings of the AIFST 41st Annual Meeting, 21-24 July 2008, Sydney, Australia (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Zhang, D and Bowman, JP and Ross, T, A time-course study of genomic analysis on the responding of listeria monocytogenes to Low pH and Low aw, Proceedings of the International Society for Microbial Ecology 12 (ISME) Conference, 17-22 August 2008, Cairns, Australia (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Zhang, D and Bowman, JP and Ross, T, A time-course study of genomic analysis on the responding of Listeria monocytogenes to Low pH and Low aw, Proceedings of the 74th World Congress of Food Science and Technology, 18-24 October 2008, Shanghai, China (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Ross, T and Zhang, D and McQuestin, O, Temperature is the main factor governing the rate of non-thermal inactivation of vegetative bacteria, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Predictive Modelling in Foods, 16-19 September 2007, Athens, Greece (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Zhang, D and McCammon, SA and Mellefont, LA and Bowman, JP and Ross, T, Elongation Factor EF-G as an Indicator of Cell Viability, Proceedings of the 94th Annual Meeting IAFP 2007, 8 July 2007, Florida, USA (2007) [Conference Extract] 
Zhang, D and Kokkoris, E and McQuestin, O and Mellefont, LA and Ross, T, Temperature is the main factor governing the rate of vegetative bacteria inactivation, Proceedings of the 40th Anniversary AIFST Convention, 24-27 June 2007, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne Australia (2007) [Conference Extract] 
Zhang, D and Kokkoris, E and McQuestin, O and Mellefont, LA and Ross, T, Temperature is the main factor governing the rate of vegetative bacteria inactivation, Proceedings of the Australian Society for Microbiology Annual General Meeting, 2-6 July 2006, Gold Coast, Queensland (2006) [Conference Extract] 

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