By MICHAEL P; SANTO DOMINGO, JORGE W; SADOWSKY, MICHAEL J DOYLE
Microbial resource monitoring offers a cutting-edge overview of the present know-how and purposes being applied to spot assets of fecal illness in waterways. This detailed reference can be priceless for environmental microbiologists and researchers within the foodstuff undefined, particularly scientists investigating etiological brokers liable for foodstuff contamination.
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