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Anomalies in the Enumeration of Starved Bacteria on Culture Media Containing Nalidixic Acid and Tetracycline.
Biased DNA Integration in 'Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f. sp. aeschynomene' Transformants with Benomyl Resistance.
Biodegradation of Diphenyl Ethers by a Copper-Resistant Mutant of 'Erwinia' sp.
Conjugal Gene Transfer to Aquatic Bacteria Detected by the Generation of a New Phenotype.
Effect of Aggregation on 'Vibrio cholerae' Inactivation.
Effect of Ampicillin-Induced Alterations in Murine Intestinal Microbiota on the Survival and Competition of Environmentally Released Pseudomonads.
Influence of Antibiotics on Intestinal Tract Survival and Translocation of Environmental 'Pseudomonas' Species.
Influence of Solid Surface, Adhesive Ability, and Inoculum Size on Bacterial Colonization in Microcosm Studies.
Long-Term Starvation-Induced Loss of Antibiotic Resistance in Bacteria.
Long-Term Starvation-Induced Loss of Apparent Antibiotic Resistance in Cells Containing the Plasmid pSa(1+).
Novel Methods for Tracking 'Agrobacterium Radiobacter' k84 and Plasmid-Borne Genes in Agricultural Ecosystems.
Phylogenetically Based Studies of Microbial Ecosystem Perturbation.
Role of sublethal injury in decline of bacterial populations in lake water /
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