The book contains over laboratory methods for the analysis of: The 22nd edition advances the science of water analysis with input and consensus of hundreds of water and wastewater experts from around the world.
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Sewage, 8th ed. A study of the Eijkman test and modifications as given by coliform organisms isolated from human faeces.
The rate of multiplication of Bacillus coli at different temperatures. A comparison of two methods of assessing the number of different types of colfiorm organisms in water. The detection of acetyl-methyl-carbinol in bacterial cultures. Fermentation of cellobiose by the coli-aerogenes group of bacteria.
Preliminary report on the bacteriology of the waters of the Columbia Division. Boston, 18th Report, p. Is the Eijkman test an aid in the detection of faecal pollution of water?
The classification of the colon-aerogenes group of bacteria in relation to their habitat and its application to the sanitary examination of water supplies in the tropics and in temperate climates.
The differentiation of bacteria, of the colon-aerogenes family by the use of indicators. Shellfish and the public health. Pasteur, 10, 64 Abstr. Wilson method for the bacteriological examination of water. Experiences with a new method for the sanitary examination of water.
De gistingsproef van C. Eykman ter opsporing van faecale verontreinlging van water. A comparison of the Eijkman test with other tests for determining Escherichia coli in sewage. A modified Eijkman medium for the isolation of Escherichia coli from sewage. Optimum temperature for differentiation of Escherichia coli from other conform bacteria.
The quantitative determination of indole in bacterial cultures. Metropolitan Water Board, 30th Annual Report.
Metropolitan Water Board, 31st Annual Report. Metropolitan Water Board, 32nd Annual Report. Is Escherichia coli a derivative of Aerobacter aerogenes in the human body?
Technique of the methyl-red and Voges-Proskauer tests used in the bacteriological analysis of water. Zur Bewertung des Bacterium coli im Wasser. The Eijkman fermentation test as an aid in the detection of faecal organisms in water.
Differential reactions in the colon group of bacteria. Metropolitan Water Board, 33rd Annual Report. The coliform bacilli and water supplies Part II.
A simple, delicate and rapid method of detecting the formation of aeetyl-methyl-carbinol by bacteria fermenting carbohydrate. The significance of aerobic non-sporulating bacteria producing gas from lactose in oysters and water.
A summary of studies of pollution in shellfish. Escherichia coli versus the coliform group as an index of fecal pollution and the value of a modified Eijkman test. A modified Eijkman medium. Routine use of a modified Eijkman medium in the examination of oysters, crabmeat and other substances.
The coli-aerogenes index of pollution used in the bacteriological analysis of water. The occurrence of the aerogenes group of coliform organisms in faeces and its significance in water analysis.
The bacteriological examination of water supplies. Coli-aerogenes differentiation in water analysis. The biochemical differential tests and their interpretation. The utilisation of citrates and the fermentation of cellobiose by strains of Bacterium coli isolated from human faeces.“Methods for the Examination of Waters and Associated Materials” The Microbiology of Drinking Water () – Part 4 – Methods for the isolation and enumeration of coliform bacteria and Escherichia coli (including E.
coli OH7). Bacteria Monitoring in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Summary of Results for STAFF REPORT March 27, highest concentrations of fecal coliform bacteria typically occurred at sites where Samples were analyzed at the laboratory following Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater ().
Most . Therefore this sample is bacteriologically unsatisfactory andit is contaminated by faecal bacteria (E-Coli) Discussion 5 The test methods described in this Practical provide guidelines for detection and enumeration of bacteria of food and water origin.
Introduction Microbial communities represent a fundamen-tal part of aquatic ecosystems and are of great importance for the matter and energy flux (Kavka et al. ). Heterotrophic bacteria play a decisive role in river ecosystems in degrading organic matter that is derived rather from allochthonous than from autochthonous sources (Findlay ).
Evaluation of the methods for enumerating coliform bacteria from water samples using precise reference standards Introduction. Coliform bacteria have been used for many years to determine the quality and safety of water for human consumption.
A.D. () Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 20th . The total count of coliform bacteria in the spring waters. San itary Method for t he Examinatio n. chemical and biological quality characteristics using various standard methods.