Published: Jan 1979
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The most-probable-number (MPN) method of bacteria enumeration dates back to the earliest days of bacteriology. Despite drawbacks of the method, it offers a relatively simple and useful means of estimating microbial populations, especially for determining the physiological potential of microbial biomass.
aquatic bacteria, enumeration, most-probable-number (MPN) method, bacterial count
Professor of microbiology, University of Maryland, Md.