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bioconservation


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The preservation of food by use of micro-organisms (as in traditional fermented foods), as opposed to chemical preservatives. May be achieved by adding bacteria that produce antagonistic compounds or by adding the purified antagonistic substances. Some lactic acid bacteria produce a variety of inhibitory substances, including diacetyl, CO2, hydrogen peroxide, and bacteriocins.

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