MadSci Search Results for coliform bacteria

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1. Microbiology: Re: How can I count the number of microorganisms in a drop of river water?, Lynn Bry, MD/PhD, Dept. Pathology, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School Wed Nov 5 10:25:26 2003
2. Microbiology: Re: I am curious about a method of creating extractions from meat? , Edward Richter, Faculty, Food Microbiology Tue Dec 2 17:54:44 2008
3. Medicine : Re: Should I eat yoghurts when on anti-biotics?, June Wingert, Staff,Laboratory Corporation of America Fri Apr 11 18:30:14 1997
4. Environment/Ecology: Re: What are the constituents of pig slurry (dung) ?, Bob Peeples, Chemical Engineer, Environmental Program Management, U S Postal Service Mon Mar 30 15:01:35 1998
5. Microbiology: Re: What kinds of bacteria are found in water?, Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Tue Nov 4 19:47:12 2003
6. Earth Sciences: How is drinking water still contaminated after purification?, Terrence, 7-9 Tue Nov 22 22:41:39 2005
7. Microbiology: Re: What do Colony Forming units of aerobic bacteria in water mean?, Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Wed Feb 18 15:49:48 2009
8. Microbiology: Re: how rapidly do rad genes repair uv damage in coliform bacteria?, Chris Yost, PhD Microbiology Wed Jun 30 13:58:08 1999
9. Microbiology: how rapidly do rad genes repair uv damage in coliform bacteria?, jeannette mock, teacher/prof Mon Jun 21 13:34:49 1999
10. Chemistry: Re: How is the concentration of ozone in fresh water determined? I'm looking fo, Bob Peeples, Chemical Engineer, Environmental Program Management, U S Postal Service Mon Jul 20 17:35:57 1998
11. Microbiology: Re: What protist are commonly found in drinking water that are harmless?, Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Fri Oct 17 14:34:54 2003
12. Earth Sciences: Re: How is drinking water still contaminated after purification?, Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Sun Nov 27 13:51:42 2005
13. Chemistry : water quality testing, Carol L. Fletcher, grad Thu Jul 11 18:06:57 1996
14. Microbiology: What do Colony Forming units of aerobic bacteria in water mean?, Shawn, 7-9 Thu Feb 5 17:48:32 2009
15. Microbiology: Is there more than one coliform bacteria? if so what are some of them? , No name entered., 7-9 Thu Jan 7 12:01:51 1999
16. Zoology: Re: How much defacation does a Canada Goose produce,& Ecoli, Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Tue Sep 18 13:58:49 2001
17. Environment & Ecology: Re: What organismslive in our drinking water? How do you identify them?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Tue Dec 19 16:51:55 2000
18. Microbiology: Re: Is there more than one coliform bacteria? if so what are some of them? , Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Thu Jan 14 10:24:34 1999
19. Microbiology: Re: How can I test for E-coli in local water resouces?, Dean Cliver, Faculty, Food Safety Unit, Uiversity of California, Davis Fri Dec 21 12:46:09 2001
20. Environment & Ecology : Re: does ultraviolet light cleanse drinking water, is equipment available?, Bob Peeples, MadSci Admin Wed Dec 30 14:11:49 1998
21. Earth Sciences: Re: whats in our drinking water?, Luis E. Castro-Solís, Faculty, Environmental Engineering Station, Water Quality Station at University of Coahuila Tue May 22 22:00:35 2001
22. Earth Sciences: Re: What kind of bacteria due to pollution can be found in the Monterey Bay?, Bettye Smith, Staff, Biophysics, Univeristy of California Wed Feb 9 14:39:13 2000
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