pour plate method

pour plate method

a method of inoculating solid MEDIUM by mixing the ORGANISMS with melted medium (see AGAR), and pouring the mixture into a Petri PLATE to solidify.
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According to the company, the new instrument fully automates the pour plate method for performing total viable bacterial counts on liquid samples.
Lead resistant bacteria were isolated on nutrient agar supplemented with 100 mg/l concentration of lead acetate trihydrate by the standard pour plate method. Plates were incubated at 37[degrees]C for 24-48 hours.
A total 13 indigenous bacterial strains were recovered from water samples on nutrient agar supplemented with 100 mg/l concentration of lead acetate trihydrate by the standard pour plate method. Further all of these isolates were grown on 500 mg/ml concentration of lead.
Viable microorganisms were enumerated after 4 hours using pour plate method. Plates were incubated at 40 degC under aerobic conditions for 48 hours for determination of colony forming units per mL (CFU/mL).
A collection of six samples of the uterine sound instrument in three Health Centers were made, and these samples were cultured and tested for aerobic plate count through pour plate method. All samples yielded different numbers of bacterial colonies before and after sterilization.
4- Regarding pour plate method, for actual number of coloni, the figure should be multiplied by 1 x [10.sup.6] 5--For significant differences in concentration, the figures should be compared horizontally.
Using the pour plate method, the filtrate was cultured on nutrient agar.
Using the pour plate method, 1 ml each of the diluted sample was aseptically inoculated into various media.
coli K12 using the pour plate method. It appears that the hydrophobic modification by direct reaction with acid chloride was non-selective.
This easy, rapid method produces results that correlate with the International Standard IS0 6222 Yeast Extract Agar pour plate method. With automated reading and recording of results, the device eliminates any subjective result interpretations and allows labs to read more samples in a short amount of time.