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Explain the Indirect Methods of Microbial Estimation?

Indirect methods, i.e., methods other than those counting the microbial cells can also be used for quantitation purpose. Three commonly used methods are -

(1) Dry weight estimation or measurement of cell mass,

(2) Turbidity, and

(3) Metabolic activity.

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