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Potential pathogenicity of heterotrophic plate count bacteria isolated from untreated drinking water
Water is considered the most vital resource on earth and its quality is deteriorating. Not all residents living in South Africa‘s rural areas have access to treated drinking water, and use water from rivers, dams, and ...
Determination of the quality of environmental water using GC-MS based faecal sterol analysis
(North-West University, 2014)
Faecal indicator bacteria have traditionally been used in the detection of faecal pollution in water, but due to concerns about the lack of reliability of these indicators, alternative methods have been developed. One of ...
Diversity and antifungal susceptibility yeast in the selected rivers in the North West Province
Several yeast species had previously been isolated from water systems in the North West Province, South Africa. Some of the identified species had, in other studies, been associated with superficial mucosal infections to ...