nutrient agar


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Synonyms for nutrient agar

any culture medium that uses agar as the gelling agent

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Nutrient agar medium (peptone 5 g/L meat extract 1 g/L yeast extract 2 g/L sodium chloride 5 g/L agar 15 g/L pH 7.
The washing time for each variety was 1, 2, 3 and 4 minutes and microbial count was determined by inoculating the samples on nutrient agar at 370C for 24 hours.
2ml was taken into the prepared sterile nutrient agar cooled to about 40-45[degrees]C, then poured into sterile Petri dishes and allowed to solidify for about 4560mins.
The isolates were identified macroscopically by examining colony morphology; Surface pigment, Shape, Size, Margin surface on nutrient agar plates and microscopic examination including Grams staining to study the staining behaviour and cell arrangement and granulation.
Key Words: Carp fishes spoilage bacteria Nutrient agar medium EMB (Eosin Methylene Blue) medium.
For checking compatibility of microbial cultures with phyto-extract the cultures were grown in Nutrient broth media for 24 h and spreaded on the surface of sterile nutrient agar plates.
From recalcitrant plants the bacterial endophytes were isolated on nutrient agar media after incubation at 37[degrees]C for 24 hours.
Nutrient agar and 1 % Potassium tellurite agar were used as primary culture media for isolation of organisms from samples according to methods described by Quinn et al.
After cooling 50 L of the sample was spread on nutrient agar plates (prepared by dissolving 0.
Effect of temperature on bacterial growth was tested on both nutrient agar medium and nutrient broth.
Nutrient agar, Sheep blood and MacConkey agars were used as primary culture media for isolation of organisms from samples according to methods described by Quinn et al.
Screening for total viable countFor total viable count, the sterile spreader was used to spread the 10 L water sample on Nutrient agar and then incubation at 371C for 24 h.
Isolates that grew at maximum values of pH were selected; distinct bacterial colonies on nutrient agar plates were screened, purified by reculturing and stored at 4 AdegC on nutrient agar plates and in 80% glycerol stock solution at -40 AdegC.