BACTERIA AND FUNGI INVOLVED IN YOGURT PRODUCTION

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  • Name: AN ANALYSIS OF CAPITAL RESTRUCTURING AS A SOLUTION TO CORPORATE FAILURES
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page                                                               i

Certification                                                       ii

Dedication                                                             iii

Acknowledgements                                               iv

Table of contents                                               v

List of tables                                                       vi

List of figures                                                     vii

Abstract                                                              viii

CHAPTER ONE

1.0   Introduction and literature review

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 Materials and method

2.1 Sterilization of apparatus

2.2 Collection of samples

2.3 Preparation of culture media

2.3.1 Nutrient agar (NA)

2.3.2 Potato dextrose agar (PDA)

2.4 Preparation serial dilution

2.4.1 Serial dilution for nutrient agar

2.4.2 Serial dilution for potato dextrose agar

2.5 Bacteria examination and isolation

2.6 Fungi examination and isolation

2.7 gram staining

2.8 Catalyses test

CHAPTER THREE

3.0 Results

3.1Colonial morphology and biochemical characteristics       of bacteria isolate

3.2 Colonial morphology of fungal isolates

3.3 Description and identification of fungi isolates

 

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0 Discussion

4.1 Conclusion

4.2 Recommendation

References

 

 

LIST OF TABLE

Table 1:   Colonial morphology of bacterial Isolates

Table 2:   Colonial morphology of fungal Isolates

Table 3:   Total colony count of bacteria lml (CFU)

Table 3B: Total colony count of fungi lml (CFU)

Table 4A: Distributions of bacterial isolates among sample

Table 4B: Distributions of fungi isolates among sample

Table 5A: Characterizations of bacterial Isolates

Table 5B: Characterizations of fungi Isolates

 

 

LIST OF FIGURE

Figure 1:       Rhizopus

Figure 2:       Aspergillus niger

Figure 3:       Saccharonyces

 

 

ABSTRACT

Yogurt sold at different manufacturer, in Ilorin Kwara State was taken to the laboratory and examined, different bacteria and fungi were found in all the yoghurt tested using conventional methods. The implications of these micro organisms were discussed.