Yıl 2018, Cilt 7, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 256 - 276 2018-08-17

BİTKİSEL KAYNAKLI BAZI DOĞAL ANTİMİKROBİYALLER
SOME NATURAL ANTIMICROBIALS OF PLANT ORIGIN

İlkin Yücel Şengün [1] , Berna Öztürk [2]

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Fresh or dried forms of various plants are commonly used in foods for improving quality attributes of the foods. Many researchers have found that phenolic compounds, organic acids and essential oils in the structure of plant sources show antimicrobial properties against microorganisms. Therefore, plant sources provide important potential for ensuring food safety. In recent years, as consumers have also increased their tendency to consume natural products, plant products have become more important in food industry as alternative antimicrobial agents. In this work, studies on antimicrobial active ingredients in plant products and their mechanisms of action as well as studies on inhibitor activity of these products in food systems have been compiled.

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Yazar: İlkin Yücel Şengün (Sorumlu Yazar)
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APA Yücel Şengün, İ , Öztürk, B . (2018). BİTKİSEL KAYNAKLI BAZI DOĞAL ANTİMİKROBİYALLER. Anadolu Üniversitesi Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi - C Yaşam Bilimleri Ve Biyoteknoloji, 7 (2), 256-276. DOI: 10.18036/aubtdc.407806
MLA Yücel Şengün, İ , Öztürk, B . "BİTKİSEL KAYNAKLI BAZI DOĞAL ANTİMİKROBİYALLER". Anadolu Üniversitesi Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi - C Yaşam Bilimleri Ve Biyoteknoloji 7 (2018): 256-276 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/aubtdc/issue/36940/407806>
Chicago Yücel Şengün, İ , Öztürk, B . "BİTKİSEL KAYNAKLI BAZI DOĞAL ANTİMİKROBİYALLER". Anadolu Üniversitesi Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi - C Yaşam Bilimleri Ve Biyoteknoloji 7 (2018): 256-276
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