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On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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The fact that the total bacterial count and coliform bacteria exceeded the legal limits indicated that the hygienic conditions were unsatisfactory, but did not mean that consumption would lead to food poisoning.
In healthy milk, the total bacterial count was observed to be in the range of 2x
For medical instrument surfaces and allocated area surface swabs, a total bacterial count [greater than or equal to] 5cfu/[cm.
Although drinking-water, SRP0, traditional foods, and SRP4 all had the mean aerobic bacteria counts higher than the acceptable cutoff, the total bacterial count in drinking-water was not significantly (p=0.
TBA stands for total bacterial count, N for average number of bacteria counted per field, DF for dilution factor and MF for microscopic factor.
The total bacterial count in Nadler King Prawns in Vegetable Oil was thought to be too high.
Total bacterial count (Log 10 CFU/g) in intestine of 21 and 42-day-old chickens fed CFE supplemented diet.
Logarithmic transformation of total bacterial count, total enterobacteriaceae count and total coliform count among different groups in different weeks.