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    • Microbial flora of Gulf of Mexico and pond shrimp. 

      Vanderzant, C.; Mroz, E.; Nickelson, R. (, 1970)
      Bacteria counts of shrimp delivered by fishing vessels at Galveston, Texas varied greatly. Aerobic plate counts at 28 C ranged from 870-1,300,000 per gram. Either natural seawater or distilled water could be used in media ...
    • Microbial flora of pond-reared brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus). 

      Vanderzant, C.; Nickelson, R.; Judkins, P.W. (, 1971)
      Agar plate counts and microbial types are reported for brown shrimp reared along West Galveston Bay in 2-acre natural marshland and in 0.5-acre artificial ponds during June to October 1970. Bacterial counts of pond-reared ...
    • Petroleum hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria in the Galveston Bay system. 

      Schropp, S.J. (Texas A&M University., 1979)
      A seasonal survey of aerobic heterotrophic and petroleum hydrocarbon- degrading bacterial populations of the Galveston Bay system was conducted. Aerobic heterotrophic bacteria ranged from 1.82 x 10exp2 to 3.32 x 10exp5 ...