Hobbs' Food Poisoning and Food Hygiene, 7th edition. Edited by N Kingcott

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The vast majority of micro-organisms, by definition, are very much smaller than this and can only be visualized using a Viruses differ from other types of micro-organism in that they are incapable of growth outside a host. Viruses require a living cell in which to replicate and all groups of organisms are parasitized by viruses, including bacteria. Bacterial viruses are known as bacteriophages or phages. e. bacteriophage typing) where patterns of reactions are used to identify types (see later discussion this chapter).

Typhi, S. Enteritidis and S. Typhimurium. Viruses are classified differently. They are not usually given a binomial name, although there are some exceptions, for example the virus that causes smallpox, which is called Variola major. In addition, viruses are structurally quite different from other micro-organisms. The foodborne viruses will be described later in this chapter (p. 20). Major groupings of micro-organisms Organisms can be further classified into larger groupings (kingdoms, phyla, classes, orders and families).

Prions cause a number of distinct diseases of which bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in cattle and its human equivalent (variant Creutzfeldt–Jacob disease) gained much notoriety in the UK during the 1980s. These agents are briefly discussed in Chapter 4, p. 90. 2) is a branch of biology concerned with the arrangement of organisms into groups or taxa. 2 The three components of taxonomy Classification – the arrangement of organisms into groups, usually reflecting the way in which organisms have evolved (phylogenetic classification) Nomenclature – the assignment of names to groups of organisms so that they are recognized in the same way by independent workers Identification – the recognition of new microbial isolates that determine their assignment to a preexisting group of organisms already established by the process of classification and named in the process of assigning a nomenclature.

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