鶏肉小売店の屋内空中浮遊細菌について
Air Borne Bacteria in Raw Chicken Retail Shops

Shigeko UEDA, Yoshihiro KUWABARA
1984 NIPPON SHOKUHIN KOGYO GAKKAISHI  
Air borne bacteria were surveyed in three raw chicken retail shops from May to December, 1982. For collecting the bacteria, a RCS-air sampler was used. The average counts in those shops The bacterial counts in the spring and the summer were relatively lower than those in the fall and the winter. The bacteria were composed mainly of gram positive cocci, and gram positive sporeforming and nonforming rods. Gram positive cocci were the most predominant and consisted of 65 to 70% Staphylococcus and
more » ... Staphylococcus and 30% of Micrococcus strains. Particularly, staphylococci were detected at a higher frequency in the summer.
doi:10.3136/nskkk1962.31.7_462 fatcat:dzswrzohrjagdhn4uxvidbi3wi