Outlines of Dairy Bacteriology
by E. G. Hastings and H. L. Russell
Number of pages: 223
The aim of this volume is not to furnish an exhaustive treatise of the subject, but an outline and sufficient detail to enable the general student of dairying to obtain as comprehensive an idea of the bacteria and their effects on milk and other dairy products as may be possible without the aid of laboratory practice.
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