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Micro Biological Aspects Of Biofilms And Drinking Waters

Books from same Author: Steven Lane Percival and James Taggari Walker and Paul Raymond Hunter

Books from same Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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    Author(s)Steven Lane Percival and James Taggari Walker and Paul Raymond Hunter
    PublisherTaylor & Francis
    ISBN9780849305900
    Pages240
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearMay 2000

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    Taylor & Francis Micro Biological Aspects Of Biofilms And Drinking Waters by Steven Lane Percival and James Taggari Walker and Paul Raymond Hunter

    The development of biofilms and their role in public health - particularly drinking water - is often overlooked. Ideal for anyone interested in water related issues, Microbiological Aspects of Biofilms and Drinking Water presents an overview of the public health effects associated with drinking water. It highlights the microbiological aspects relating to the development of biofilms. The first four chapters focus on the state of the water supply. The authors review methods for studying the epidemiological spread of waterborne infections and those used in surveillance and control of pathogenic microbes. He includes the methods used for the detection of pathogens of public health importance in drinking water. In the subsequent chapters the authors pay close attention to biofilm development within drinking water systems, underlining the public health threat. They cover the microbes important to public health and include the methods used to detect biofilms. In conclusion they review the methods involved in biofilm control - both conventional and biocidal treatments.