Milk bacteria and GI tract

the chapter includes the following topics:
introduction
Sources of milk microorganisms
The microbial composition of different milk types:
Cows’ milk
Goats’ milk
Sheep milk
Buffalo milk
Milk from other animal sources
Natural flora relevant to raw milk from different sources

Micrococcus
bifidobacterium lactobacillus
Lactobacillus
Streptococcus
Propionibacterium
Leuconostoc
Enterococcus
Gram-positive subpopulations
Gram-negative subpopulations
Fungal populations
Psycrorophic (psedomonas…
Impact of storage conditions and downstream treatments on the microbiology of raw milk
Cold storage
Pasteurisation
Bacteriophage
Biopreservative potential of raw milk microorganisms
Human health associations
Pathogenic bacteria associated with raw milk
Health-promoting microorganisms
Conclusion
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