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Characterizing the effect of chlorine and chloramines on the formation of biofilm in a simulated drinking water distribution system /
EPA efforts to reduce risks from microbial contaminants and disinfectants/disinfection by-products.
Factors Relating to the Release of Stachybotrys Chartarum Spores from Contaminated Sources.
Food safety : risk-based inspections and microbial monitoring needed for meat and poultry : statement of John W. Harman, Director, Food and Agriculture Issues, Resources, Community, and Economic Development Division, before the Subcommittees on Livestock and Department Operations and Nutrition, Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives /
Guía para reducir al mínimo el riesgo microbiano en los alimentos, en el caso de frutas y vegetales frescos.
ICR Update Issue Number 21, June 2000 (Final Issue)
ICR water utility database systems users' guide /
Information collection rule fact sheet.
Method 1601 : Male-specific (F+) and somatic coliphage in water by two-step enrichment procedure : April 2000 draft.
Method 1601 : male-specific (F+) and somatic coliphage in water by two-step enrichment procedure.
Method 1602 : Male-specific (F+) and somatic coliphage in water by single agar layer (SAL) procedure : April 2000 draft.
Microbial activity on filter-adsorbers /
Microbiology for the analytical chemist /
Watershed Progress: Massachusetts' Approach
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