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Comparative study of the results and of the cost of bacteriological analysis of water by the tube dilution method and by the membrane filtration method


, : Comparative study of the results and of the cost of bacteriological analysis of water by the tube dilution method and by the membrane filtration method. Archives 53 (3) 249-259


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