Petri, Plates and Flasks

tool_2_flasksThese are the standard vessels in which microbial cells are grown. Petri plates are clear glass or acrylic dishes with lids that fit together like the two halves of a pillbox. Nutrients in either solid or liquid form can be put in them. Flasks are glass or acrylic bottle-like containers that can hold nutrients in liquid form.

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