When statistically analyzed, the results of comparative, examinations of raw milk samples revealed that bacterial counts by oval tube and microplate methods were essentially equivalent to standard plate counts. The oval tube provides an economical and accurate method for determining the count of producers' milk and may be used in the laboratory or on the platform. The microplate provides an equally accurate but more rapid method than either the oval tube or standard plate since counts be obtained in 20 hours.
AN EVALUATION OF SIMPLIFIED METHODS FOR DETERMINING VIABLE COUNTS OF RAW MILK
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C. B. Donnelly, L. A. Black, K. H. Lewis; AN EVALUATION OF SIMPLIFIED METHODS FOR DETERMINING VIABLE COUNTS OF RAW MILK. Journal of Milk and Food Technology 1 September 1960; 23 (9): 275–277. doi: https://doi.org/10.4315/0022-2747-23.9.275
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