bacterial count

bacterial count

See count.

bacterial count

The concentration of coliform bacteria in water, a quantity that loosely correlates with the level of bacterial contamination of drinking and recreational waters.

bacterial count

Public health The concentration of coliform bacteria in water, a quantity that loosely correlates with the level of contamination of drinking and recreational waters. See Public water.
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A sample of the milk had a bacterial count of 130 million per millilitre, exceeding the legal limit of 30,000 per millilitre.
The study found that the air bacterial count next to 'jet air' hand dryers was 4.
In 2005, TUV Produkt und Umwelt found out that using hand dryers increased bacterial count by 117 percent whereas use of paper towels reduced it by 24 percent.
In this study, we investigated the bacterial count of discounted ground beef using the Pour Plate Assay (Nutrient agar with 4% glucose).
Initially, all 10 rats were trained on all bacterial levels (AFB, 1+, 2+, and 3+) for at least 1 year, during which DOTS+ samples were presented as they arrived at APOPO's lab, that is, without regard to bacterial count.
Food and Agricultural Organization to participate in an assessment of the livestock in the south and discovered the average bacterial count in Lebanese milk was so high.
Contaminated with sewage content as it is, the high bacterial count in this water can lead to a host of diseases like typhoid, cholera, gastroenteritis and jaundice -- Delhi has already recorded 79 cases of cholera ahead of the monsoon season.
Q I have wondered for a long time what the proper way to evaluate a urine microscopic bacterial count is when the patient has many "clue" cells but there are no free bacteria in the background.
The tablets bring the bacterial count of water at nil level and provide protection against the water borne diseases.
The bacterial count in the water was too high for them to qualify.
Some paediatricians worry that antibiotics administered to the mother will reach the newborn and suppress the baby's blood bacterial count, potentially masking a serious infection in the baby unrelated to the caesarean section.
In conclusions, the results of the present study show that administration of garlic juice to the laying hens resulted in improvement of egg quality and performance characteristics and decline in bacterial count.