BEKICOT (ACHATINAFULICA) MICROBIOLOGY TEST BASED ON THREE WAYS TREATMENT AND STORAGE DURATION

Mery Pattipeilohy, Stevin Melay And Stenly Lessu
2020 Zenodo  
Bekicot (Achatinafulica) is a gastropod class animal consumed by TNS community. It is processed in several ways including fried, boiled, and roasted. This study aims at determining the amount of bacteria found in snails that are processed in accordance with the habits of the community and stored for 3 hours, 6 hours, and 9 hours. This type of research is a descriptive study to see the quality of bicrobiology. This research was conducted in TNS sub-district for sampling and a microbiology test
more » ... microbiology test was carried out in the Basic Laboratory of Biology Education at Pattimura University. The results showed that among the three treatments, the lowest number of colonies was 3 hours treatment. The lowest amount of bacteria was found in bekicot meat by roasting with an average of 11.3 Cfu / g. In the storage period of 6 and 9 hours the meat is not safe to be consumed because it contains more than 5x105 Cfu / g bacteria, the highest number of bacteria or cannot be counted (CNbC) is found in meat by boiling.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4275476 fatcat:qkjtcpbugzbjphlrc3yvybs3ui