|Title:||Novel analytical approaches in quality and safety control in production of fermented beverages : dissertation|
|Authors:||Topić, Jelena (Author)|
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|Work type:||Doctoral dissertation (mb31)|
|Tipology:||2.08 - Doctoral Dissertation|
|Organization:||FPŠ - Graduate School|
|Abstract:||The exploitation of microorganisms for fermentation goes back centuries. Two types of fermentation are usually used in the winemaking process – alcoholic fermentation and malolactic fermentation. Nowadays, inoculated fermentations with the use of starter cultures are commonly used in order to produce wine with more consistent quality. However, wines can lack in flavour complexity, so scientists and the industry are constantly looking for new and improved starters that can be adapted to different types of wine.
In this work we focused on the development and implementation of novel analytical methods for wine quality control. In the course of method development native yeasts and lactic acid bacteria isolates were characterized for wine starter properties. We focused on the determination of biologically active compounds that determine wine quality and safety. Yeasts can influence wine colour through their adsorption capacity and synthesis of stable colour pigments pyranoanthocyanins and lactic acid bacteria can produce biogenic amines which can have adverse detrimental health effects on sensitive consumers when they are present in wines.|
|Keywords:||Saccharomyces yeasts, non-Saccharomyces yeasts, pyranoanthocyanins, thermal-lens spectrometry, lactic acid bacteria, biogenic amines, thin layer chromatography, dissertations|
|Year of publishing:||2022|
|Year of performance:||2022|
|Place of performance:||Nova Gorica|
|Publisher:||J. Topić Božič|
|Number of pages:||173 str.|
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