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Table of Contents
1. Radiation Chemistry of Water-Soluble Food Components 2. Radiolysis of Nonaqueous Components of Foods 3. Reaction Mechanisms, Irradiation Parameters, and Product Formation 4. The Action of Radiation on Bacteria and Viruses 5. Effect of Radiation at the Cellular and Tissue Level 6. Action of Radiation on Protozoa and Helminths 7. Radiation Effects on Arthropods 8. Packaging Irradiated Food