It is a mega-leap from the agar and test-tube finding to real patients and their delicate lungs.
First of all, will you please telephone Mr. agar and Mr. Pitts.
Weigh out French maltose, 40 grammes, and dissolve in the agar.
Dora knew of the ancient horror of such a necessity, handed down from one agar to another, like a family tradition.
Pour plates from the agar tubes; label, and incubate at 37° C.
agar smiled, although he was conscious of a vague feeling of discomfort.
I coughed, and agar, who had taken my arm-chair, wanted to give it me back.
She held her parasol a little lower, so that Mrs. agar could not see her face.
On leaving my two friends I drove straight to agar's to tell her what had happened.
The other two persons to whom the secret was to be imparted were Mrs. agar and Dora Glynde.
agar a·gar (ā'gär', ä'gär') or a·gar-a·gar (ā'gär-ā'gär', ä'gär-ä'-)
A gelatinous material derived from marine algae, used as a base for bacterial culture media and as a stabilizer and thickener in food.
A culture medium containing this material.