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Synonyms for agar

any culture medium that uses agar as the gelling agent

a colloidal extract of algae


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As a result of the rift between Agar and al-Hilu, the Blue Nile state witnessed in June and August 2017 tribal clashes between the Angsana of Malik Agar and the Uduk, an ethnic group supporting self-determination led by Tika.
For regular pour plate TVCs this is where the process would normally end but the MilkyWay includes the option to add a second layer of molten agar once the initial sample/agar mixture has set.
Various antibiotics used for determination of antibiotic-sensitivity of Streptococcus pneumoniae on Mueller Hinton agar.
FMI estimates global consumption of agar powder to surpass 6,969.
Conclusion: HiCrome UTI agar was found to be more useful as primary urine culture medium in both higher rate of isolation and presumptive identification of uropathogens in comparison to conventional media.
Agar, who was coach of France at the 2013 World Cup, said: "I spoke with the board of directors a number of weeks ago outlining the reasons why I had decided to look for another job within the game at the end of the season and therefore requested a release from the remaining two years of my contract.
Amylase entrapped agar and calcium agar beads were screened through sieve numbers 16 and 22 according to Indian Pharmacopoeia.
Agar himself said that he thought it was important to remember where one came from, and who one was before a little bit of fame.
Routine laboratory protocol for HVS analysis consisted of inoculation onto blood agar and Chocolate/Thayer Martin agar, with a wet prep for Trichomonas vaginalis and a Gram stain.
But Agar, 46, admitted theft and has now been given a suspended prison sentence.
A 19-year-old kid (left) making his Test debut had just written his name into Ashes legend and Mrs Agar was still reliving the joy of it.
AUSTRALIA teenager Ashton Agar reflected back on "probably the best day of my life" following his record-breaking performance with the bat on the second day of the opening Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
Agar and Phil Hughes' all-time Test highest last-wicket stand of 163 rescued Australia from an apparently certain and significant first-innings deficit and instead put them 65 in front.
After making the highest score by any number 11 in Test history and falling only an agonising two runs short of a century at Trent Bridge ecstatic Agar told how he chose cricket over Aussie Rules football because he got fed-up of being "the little fat kid .