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agar plate

medium on which micro-organisms are cultured, and their sensitivity to antibiotics tested
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Tenders are invited for supply of sterility kit (each box contain 20 kits), plate count agar plate (each box contain 50 plates) specification as per annexure enclosed
After incubation for another 24 hours at 37[degrees]C, surviving cells were visualized by development of a red color from the growth of bacteria on the surface of the agar plate (figure 7).
Urine was cultured on a cystine-lactose-electrolyte-deficient agar plate and incubated at 37[degrees]C in an atmosphere containing 6% C[O.
We had previously identified two mixtures that, based on rapid initial laboratory screening with the agar plate test and subsequent verification employing the soil block test, were found to be highly synergistic; Cu(II) and sodium pyrithione (Cu:P), and Cu(II) and copper-8-quinolinolate/oxine copper/Cu-8 (Cu:Cu-8).
by placing a disk of ceftazidime (30 [micro]g) alone and ceflazidime (30 [micro]g) in combination with clavualanic acid (10 [micro]g) on a Muller-Hinton (M-H) agar plate (5).
Traditional investigations can take from 24 to 48 hours, where a sample of seawater is filtered and the filter placed into an agar plate, in order to culture any bacteria that may be present.
Any colonies with typical morphology of avian respiratory pathogens were streaked on a new blood agar plate and identification was carried out using standard laboratory methods (Carter et al.
Comparison of the MPN method with agar plate counts of known wax-degrading bacteria
1 ml urine concentrate and 2 ml top agar containing histidine and biotin and poured on minimal glucose agar plate.
Only when there is no growth on the agar plate can the product be released.
To detect low numbers of organisms, swabs should be pre-enriched in either Todd-Hewitt broth or LIM broth, before agar plate culture (5).