Czapek solution agar

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Cza·pek so·lu·tion a·gar

(shah'pek),
a culture medium used for the cultivation of fungus species and for identification of Aspergillus and Penicillium species.
Synonym(s): Czapek-Dox medium
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Cza·pek so·lu·tion a·gar

(chah'pek sŏ-lū'shŭn ā'gahr)
A culture medium used for the cultivation of fungus species and for identification of Aspergillus and Penicillium species.
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Czapek,

Friedrich J.F., Czech botanist, 1868-1921.
Czapek solution agar - a culture medium used for the cultivation of fungus species and for identification of Aspergillus and Penicillium species. Synonym(s): Czapek-Dox medium
Czapek-Dox medium - Synonym(s): Czapek solution agar
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From there, 10 samples of 100 ml (in triplicates) were applied to a solid Czapek-Dox medium in Petri dishes, which were incubated for 5 days at 30[degrees]C.
Control container was filled by sterile Czapek-Dox medium without inoculation.
These pretreated polymers were then applied to microbial treatment for 1 month using all the three fungal isolates in a Czapek-Dox medium containing treated HDPE as a sole source of carbon.