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EMB

Abbreviation for eosin-methylene blue. See: eosin-methylene blue agar.
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Total coliform (including other forms of coliform) level in waters of the village of Tawala in the second quarter of 2017 peaked at 841.69 MPN per 100 ml, still below but near the safe level of 1,000 MPN per 100 ml for water for swimming and other activities, according to the EMB report.
"They were able to refill their clean and reusable bottles, containers and eco bags with condiments, toiletries, and other household essentials for half of their actual retail prices in supermarkets," EMB Regional Director Lormelyn E.
The regional directors of the EMB and MGB have beem placed under the director of the EMB and MGB Central Office based in Quezon City.
The EMB Central Luzon issued notices of violations and cease and desist orders on Melters and Wan Chiong in June.
The EMB encourages Mindanao MSMEs to bring product samples during the seminar for a product showcase with participants, including Air Asia.
'EMB has commissioned a cost-benefit study for the Philippines' ratification of the Basel Ban Amendment.
In a candid TV interview, Bahati called out the two artistes who have been pointing fingers at him after their exit from EMB Records, saying they owe him more the Sh6 million.
He urged the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), through the EMB, to look into the plight of the residents in Binaliw.
Although roughly half of the EMB universe is rated investment grade, an EMB allocation should be viewed as a "risky asset" that is likely most closely comparable to the risk and return characteristics of U.S.
With the exception of the Jun 107 puts, the activity appears to be defensive flow (buying put spreads and long puts) and likely replacing 68K open interest in EMB puts that expire tomorrow - 82.5% of the volume in EMB options today are July contracts that expire in five weeks.
coli is a prerequisite which is often complicated in practice, due to the co-occurence of other interfering enteric bacteria such as Citrobacter, Klebsiella and Enterobacter, which also ferment lactose and exhibit similar colony morphology on Levine's Eosin Methylene Blue (EMB) agar selective for E.