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Quantity ninety includes seven well timed studies and over 50 descriptive figures. * continues the top influence issue between serial guides in Agriculture * offers well timed stories on very important agronomy matters * Enjoys a long-standing attractiveness for excellence within the box

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J. Epidemiol. 19, 359–362. Bale, J. , Jr. (2000). Cysticercosis. Curr. Treat. Options Neurol. 2, 355–360. , and Georges, P. (1990). Parasitic hazard with sewage sludge applied to land. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 56, 1420–1422. Bean, C. , and Brabants, J. J. (2001). A survey of wastewater solids to assess the prevalence of Cryptosporidium, Giardia species, and Ascaris lumbricoides: An evaluation of risks associated with land application of biosolids. Poster presented at the 101st General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 23, 2001.

Figure 2 Heterotrophic plate count bacteria (HPC) and antibiotic‐resistant bacteria from common consumables and environmental samples. Resistant Antibiotic Concentrations: ampicillin (32 mg mlÀ1), cephalothin (32 mg mlÀ1), ciprofloxacin (4 mg mlÀ1), and tetracycline (16 mg mlÀ1). From Brooks (2004). 24 I. L. PEPPER ET AL. 1 a Avg—average; EU mÀ3—endotoxin units per cubic meter; NA—not applicable. Source: Brooks, J. P. (2004). D. Dissertation, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Endotoxin concentrations in a variety of environmental samples were investigated by Brooks et al.

Hyg. 77, 377–382. Castellan, R. , Olenchock, S. , Kinsley, K. , and Hankinson, J. L. (1987). Inhaled endotoxin and decreased spirometric values: An exposure‐response relation for cotton dust. New Engl. J. Med. 317, 605–610. Chapron, C. , Ballester, N. , and Margolin, A. B. (2000). The detection of astrovirus in sludge biosolids using an integrated cell culture nested PCR technique. J. Appl. Microbiol. 89, 11–15. , and Sattar, S. (1999). Fate of Cryptosporidium oocysts, Giardia cysts, and microbial indicators during wastewater treatment and anaerobic sludge digestion.

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