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  • J. Roberts
  • Biology
    Journal of bacteriology
  • 1 October 1957
Continued interest in the disease enterotoxemia of sheep and of cattle, which is believed to be related to excessive multiplication and toxin production of intestinal Clostridium perfringens, has
Understanding Soil Mechanics
This book sets the standard. With an emphasis on application, this book explains simply the most frequently used soil tests and the resulting reports. Furthermore, it explains how these reports can
Counting of soil molds by microplating
Was It Really Typhus?
The author concludes that the illness that took place at Cowan Bridge Clergy Daughters' School in 1825 was probably one of the paratyphoids caused by poor kitchen hygiene.
A Microplating Method for Soil Molds and Its Use to Detect Some Effects of Certain Insecticides and Herbicides
While microplating has been used for the enumeration of bacteria in foods and other materials, there are apparently no reports on application of the procedure for estimating mold numbers in soil. The