nutrient agar

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Related to nutrient agar: blood agar, MacConkey agar
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Noun1.nutrient agar - any culture medium that uses agar as the gelling agentnutrient agar - any culture medium that uses agar as the gelling agent
culture medium, medium - (bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms
agar-agar, agar - a colloidal extract of algae; used especially in culture media and as a gelling agent in foods
blood agar - a culture medium containing whole blood as the nutrient
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4 Dioxane,Toluene ,Iodine Nutrient agar,IMEDIA 100 gins,Nutrient broth,HIMEDIA 100 gms,Muller Hinton Agar,Muller Hinton Broth .
Two types of agar, marine agar (Difco Marine Broth 2,216 and Bacto Agar) and nutrient agar (Peptone, 5 g; Yeast extract, 3 g; NaCl, 5 g; Agar, 15 g; Milli-Q water, 1,000 mL) were used for the recovery of aerobic bacteria.
cholerae O1 strains stored in nutrient agar during 1997-2012 were cultured on thiosulfate citrate bile salts agar and nutrient agar at the National Laboratory, Kinshasa, DRC.
One-half mL of a 1-in-100 dilution of the water in which each lettuce sample was suspended was plated out on the surface of over-dried nutrient agar plates.
Nutrient Agar (NA) was used for general microbial analysis, MacConkey Agar (MA) for coliform bacteria, Potato dextrose agar (PDA) for moulds and De Mann Rogosa and Sharpe (MRS) for lactic acid bacteria.
One ml of each of the prepared dilutions was spread on specially prepared nutrient agar and Sabouraud agar for bacterial and fungal analysis, respectively.
Petri plates containing 20 mL of Luria-Bertani nutrient agar were inoculated with 100 [micro]L of bacterial culture.
Colonies were randomly selected based on their colonial characteristics and streaked for purity on nutrient agar and sabouraud dextrose agar, respectively.
For topical application of Hirsutella spores, healthy adults were treated in three replicate assays by touching their ventral surface to either sporulating in vitro colonies of strain 3A (maintained at the UF Entomology/Insect Pathology lab, Gainesville, FL) (total n = 46 adults), to GWSS cadavers displaying spores of Hirsutella (n = 33), or to a nutrient agar plate (control, n = 35).
Nutrient agar, Sabouard Dextrose Agar, Peudomonas Isolation Agar, Psudomonas Isolation Agar, Pseudomonas isolation broth, Sabouard Dextrose Agar, Sabouard Dextrose broth, Nutrient broth.