Advantages and disadvantage of using turbidity measurement, Biology

Advantages and Disadvantage of using Turbidity Measurement?

Advantages

1. It is an easy, rapid and sensitive technique.

2. Turbidity measurement can be done without destroying the sample.

Disadvantage

1.High amount of microbial cells about million to 100 million cells per milliliter is needed for estimation.

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