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Bacteriological, mycological and parasitological survey of the contamination of abattoir waste water

, : Bacteriological, mycological and parasitological survey of the contamination of abattoir waste water. Veterinarni Medicina 39(3): 345-351

Waste water samples were examined from an abattoir between March and May, 1993. The bacteria isolated were Escherichia coli, Proteus, spore forming aerobes, gram-negative non-fermenting rods, Pseudomonas and Alcaligenes but not Salmonella. The fungi were Mucor, Paecilomyces, Fusarium and Calenularia fuliginea. The protozoa were Eimeria and Isospora.

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