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Bacteriology of cassava (Manihot esculenta) for feeds

, : Bacteriology of cassava (Manihot esculenta) for feeds. Microbiologie, Aliments, Nutrition 11(4): 447-456

The results of pour plate counts of mesophilic aerobic micro-organisms (MAM) and of mesophilic Bacillus spores, as well as the moisture content rates, were not significantly different ( alpha = 5%) between 10 pellet samples and 29 chip samples imported from Indonesia.

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