Simmons citrate medium

Sim·mons cit·rate me·di·um

(sim'ŏnz),
a diagnostic medium used in the differentiation of species of Enterobacteriaceae, based on their ability to use sodium citrate as the sole source of carbon.

Sim·mons cit·rate me·di·um

(sim'ŏnz sī'trāt mē'dē-ŭm)
A diagnostic medium used in the differentiation of species of Enterobacteriaceae, based on the species' ability to use sodium citrate as the sole source of carbon.

Simmons,

James S., U.S. bacteriologist, 1890-1954.
Simmons citrate medium - a diagnostic medium used in the differentiation of species of Enterobacteriaceae, based on their ability to utilize sodium citrate as the sole source of carbon.