Modeling virus inactivation on salad crops using microbial count data.

@article{Petterson2001ModelingVI,
  title={Modeling virus inactivation on salad crops using microbial count data.},
  author={Susan R Petterson and Peter F M Teunis and Nicholas Ashbolt},
  journal={Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={1097-108}
}
Microbial counts of the persistent Bacteroides fragilis bacteriophage B40-8 from a virus decay experiment conducted under glasshouse conditions were used to model the decay of viruses on wastewater-irrigated lettuce and carrot crops. The modeling approach applied gave specific consideration to the discrete nature of microbial count data. The experimental counts were best fit by a negative binomial distribution indicating highly dispersed distribution of viruses on lettuce and carrot crops… CONTINUE READING

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