Search Here

Preservation Culture Media

It contains all the basic nutrients required for microbial growth and is used to preserve a particular type of microorganism, preferably bacteria or for a long time a set of different microbial entities.

The main purpose of this crop is to allow these microorganisms to grow safely in a safe environment that contains all important nutrients and protect them from environmental damage so that these organisms can be used when needed.

Preservation Culture media
email_subscription

Receive all our future posts instantly in your inbox. Enter your email to enroll.

Types of Culture Media :

There are some types of important culture or growth media used in microbiological laboratories:

Related Articles:

  • Removal of some of a person’s blood and its replacement with equal amounts of donor […]
  • Repeated inability to achieve or sustain an erection The post Erectile dysfunction appeared first on […]
  • Outbreak of an infectious disease that spreads rapidly among a population in a defined geographic […]
  • Condition marked by the presence, growth, and function of endometrial tissue (lining of the uterus) […]
  • Originating in or produced within an organ, tissue, cell or by the body. The term […]
  • Cells or tissue that produce hormones released into the bloodstream that have an affect on […]
  • Inflammation of the membranes lining the interior of the heart and heart valves The post […]
  • Commonly occurring in a particular population or geographic region The post Endemic appeared first on […]


Possible References Used


2 comments on Preservation Culture Media

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Navigate: Home | Categories | About Us | Authors | Contact Us | Submit News Tips | Advertise | Write for Us
Find us on: Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | YouTube | Reddit | Pinterest | Instagram
More: RSS | Sitemap | Back to: Top
© 2018-2020 Lab Tests Guide