Harada-Mori filter paper strip culture

Harada-Mori filter paper strip culture

(hah-rah'dă mōr'ē),
a combination of filter paper, fecal specimen, and tap water placed in a centrifuge tube; provides an environment for nematode eggs to hatch and larvae to develop.
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Ha·ra·da-Mo·ri fil·ter pa·per strip cul·ture

(hah-rah'dah-mōr'ē fil'tĕr pā'pĕr strip kŭl'chŭr)
A combination of filter paper, fecal specimen, and tap water placed in a centrifuge tube; provides an environment for nematode eggs to hatch and larvae to develop.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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