Heterotrophic plate count vs. in situ bacterial 16S rRNA gene amplicon profiles from drinking water reveal completely different communities with distinct spatial and temporal allocations in a distribution net

M. M. Burtscher, F. Zibuschka, R. L. Mach, G. Lindner, A. H. Farnleitner

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