an indicador of fecal pollution in water.
coli, FE, and somatic coliphage
in leachate samples after log-transformation of the raw data plus 1 were plotted against time.
perfringens and male-specific coliphage
detected suggest that the clams had been contaminated with high levels of fecal waste before harvesting.
Enumeration of Escherichia coli and somatic coliphages
from polluted sewage pipe, by filtering the water samples through 0.02 [micro]m pore-size filters, stained with SYBR Green was done by (22).
Filter-feeding shellfish have been reported to concentrate coliphage
S-13 at levels up to 1,000-fold greater than levels found in the overlying water (Canzonier 1971).
Indicator microorganisms: Geometric mean concentrations for total coliforms, fecal coliforms and coliphage
observed at monitoring sites during backwash water study are presented in Fig.
Seven wells tested positive for enterococci and Arcobacter (an emerging bacterial pathogen), and [F.sup.+]-specific coliphage
was present in four wells.
FREQUENCY IN THE WATER THAT SUPPLIES THE POULTRY FARMS OF MANIZALES, CALDAS
The resuspended individual plaques were prepared based on the instructions for coliphage
[lambda] isolation in a laboratory manual (Molecular Cloning, version 3), boiled for 10 min and used as templates in the PCR reactions by using several primer pairs that were designed from the above-mentioned DNA sequences.
Drinking water (2 L) and surface (1 L) water samples were assayed for coliphage
by the two-step enrichment method (U.S.
Human adenoviruses and coliphage
in urban runoff-impacted coastal waters of southern California.
Similarly, removal of somatic coliphage
from waters passing through the Davenport facility was used to approximate a distribution of treatment efficiency with respect to culturable viruses.