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Aerobic
requiring the presence of air or free oxygen for life
Anaerobic
living in the absence of air or free oxygen
Bacilli
any rod-shaped or cylindrical bacterium of the genus Bacillus, comprising spore-producing bacteria
Bacteria
Single celled, living microorganisims that can spoil food and cause food borne illnessess
Biological hazard
Bacteria, virus, Parasites, and toxins found in foods
Botulisim
An acute parasite disease caused by toxins in the food
Clean
Free of visible soil on surface
Chemical Hazard
Pesticides, Food Additives, preservitives, cleaning supplies as well as toxic metals are all forms of chemical hazards
Cocci
a spherical Bacterium
Contamination
The presence of extraneous, especially infectious, material that renders a substance or preparation impure or harmful.
Cross-contamination
Cross contamination can be transferred to food by hands, food-contact surfaces, sponges, cloth towels and utensils that touch raw food, are not cleaned, and then touch ready-to-eat foods.
Danger Zone
The Temp Between 41 degree F and 135 degree F
Food Borne Illness
A disease transmitted to people by people
Food Poisioning
An acute Gastrointesinal disorder, caused bu bacteria in food
Hepatitis
Disease causing an inflamation in the liver