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stock cul·ture

(stok),
a culture of a microorganism maintained solely for the purpose of keeping the microorganism in a viable condition by subculture, as necessary, into fresh medium.

stock cul·ture

(stok kŭl'chŭr)
A culture of a microorganism maintained solely for the purpose of keeping the microorganism in a viable condition by subculture, as necessary, into fresh medium.

stock culture

A permanent culture from which transfers may be made.
See also: culture
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