How to pour agar plates

High School

Nutrient agar—a non-selective media—is an excellent choice for growing a wide range of non-fastidious microorganisms. It’s frequently used to isolate individual colonies from mixed cultures. With a nutrient agar bottle and Petri dish, you can just melt and pour! Whether it’s bacteria or fungi (or even something new), we’re sure you’ll discover a new world of life to explore.

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