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Figure S1. Inactivation kinetics of Bacillus coagulans spores in TDT tube at temperatures of 95 °C (9), 97 °C (_), 100 °C (_), 103 °C (+) and 105 °C (■).

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Figure S2. Inactivation kinetics of Bacillus coagulans spores in capillary tube at temperatures of 95 °C (9), 97 °C (_), 100 °C (_), 103 °C (+), 105 °C (■), 110 °C (●) and 120 °C (▲).

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Figure S3. Relation of the temperature and parameters of primary Weibull model of B.

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Figure S4. Relation of the temperature and parameters of primary Gompertz-inspired model of Bacillus coagulans spores inactivation.

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Table S1. Estimated primary model parameters of the inactivation of Bacillus coagulans spores in thermal death time (TDT) tube for all temperatures studied

Table S2. Estimated primary model parameter of the inactivation of Bacillus coagulans spores in capillary tube for all temperatures studied

Table S3. Comparison of the estimated 4DR of Bacillus coagulans spores in thermal death time (TDT) and capillary tubes for all temperatures studied, and the statistical indices r2 and mean square error (MSE) of the Weibull and Gompertz-inspired models fitting to the experimental data

Table S4. Secondary model equations representing the relation of the parameters of Weibull and Gompertz-inspired models and temperature on the thermal inactivation of Bacillus coagulans spores in thermal death time (TDT) and capillary tubes

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