Request:Curry spices & microbes

Michael Kolotila x3644 mkolotila at necc.mass.edu
Mon Sep 8 09:10:21 EST 1997


Hi Ian;
  Two places to try that I can think of off the top of my head.
Carolina Biological Supply Co in the US has a spice lab and their sheet
with it has references.  One of the references is the History of Spices,
unfornately, that is all of the information that I can give you.  If you
find some good references I would appreciate it if you forward them to me.
I use spices as microbiolgical control agents in my nutrition lab.
  Happy hunting.
 Michael

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On Sat, 6 Sep 1997, Ian wrote:

> One of my sixth formers wants to do a project on the anti-microbial
> properties of curries & eastern spices, but is stumped for references. Any
> suggestions as to where to start her off would be gratefully received.
> Thanks.
> 
> 




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