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blood agar

n.
An agar medium that is enriched with whole blood and used to grow certain strains of bacteria.
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Noun1.blood agar - a culture medium containing whole blood as the nutrientblood agar - a culture medium containing whole blood as the nutrient
agar, nutrient agar - any culture medium that uses agar as the gelling agent
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7 In contrast to the classic Klebsiella pneumoniae strain, it's colonies on blood agar plate appear hypermucoviscous with a positive String test which is a semi quantitative phenotypic test done to assess the hypermucoviscosity of hv strain of KP done by stretching a bacterial colony on an agar plate with an inoculation needle and it is labeled positive when the Viscous string is >5mm in length.
The nasal swab sample were inoculated on blood agar and mannitol salt agar.
Forms non-haemolytic colonies on blood agar and pale, non-lactose fermenting colonies on MacConkey agar.
To test the possible toxicity of the PHB-producing candidates, hemolytic activity of the potent bacterial candidates was monitored by cultivation on Blood Agar medium.
The isolates produced alpha hemolytic colonies on blood agar plate after 48 hours of incubation and reduced surface growth on China blue mannitol agar (Fig.
HuBA was prepared from washed and unwashed HuB at the indicated 3-5% final HuB concentrations using blood agar base No.
Remaining vortexed sample was inoculated on Sheep Blood Agar, Chocolate, and Mac conkey agar using 0.
Bacteriological examination of sheep blood agar revealed both haemolytic and non-haemolytic colonies.
The isolates were bacilli, Gram negative which could grow on Dnase agar, MacConkey agar, blood agar, oxidation, catalase, otility, indole production, ss- haemolysis, citrate utilization and Voges-proskauer.
Key words: Fowl cholera, Layer farms, Polymerase chain reaction, Brain heart infusion blood agar, Pasteurella multocida.
After growing in a selective enrichment media such as Lim Broth, samples are plated onto blood agar.
After the organism was identified, we found that it was able to grow on blood agar at 4[degrees]C after 6 days of incubation.