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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Levine, Max, 1889-1967.
Bacteria fermenting lactose and their significance in water analysis.
Ames, Ia., Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 
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|Notes:||At head of title: Iowa state college of agriculture and mechanic arts. Official publication. vol. xx, no. 31. Dec. 28, 1921.|
|Description:||127,  pages illustrations.|
|Contents:||Characteristics of the colon group of bacteria --
Evidence of two subdivisions in the colon group and tests for their differentiation --
Classifications of the colon group of bacteria --
The detection of the colon group in water --
The colon group as an index of pollution --
The spore forming lactose fermenters, and their significance in water analysis.
|Series Title:||Iowa.; State college of agriculture and mechanic arts.; Engineering experiment station.; Bulletin|
|Responsibility:||by Max Levine ...|