Such toxins being set free in the culture medium are often known as extracellular.
The perfect purity of kanten is proved by its use as a culture medium in bacteriological work.
The home is the culture medium, and in no two homes is its composition the same.
A growth of bacteria is called a culture and the soil or material on which they are grown is called a culture medium.
Here the germs find lodgment, here they find a culture medium—at the gateway of the human system.
Cultures were made of these samples, and bacilli of different types were developed in the culture medium in a short time.
The secretions of the appendix are very apt to decompose: hence a culture medium.
Nearly all species of plants can be grown to full maturity in the entire absence of these elements from their culture medium.
culture medium n.
A liquid or gelatinous substance containing nutrients in which microorganisms or tissues are cultivated for scientific purposes.