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Behaviour of selected Salmonella strains in the environment


, : Behaviour of selected Salmonella strains in the environment. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 100(7): 275-278

The epidemiological significance of Salmonella surviving in the environment is demonstrated. Mathematical models describing the kinetics of inactivation in thermal destruction of microorganisms known as DT values or T90-rates were mentioned, and the main factors influencing bacterial survival on surfaces, in liquids and in the soil were indicated.


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