sterilise the platinum loop, and add two loopfuls of diluted inoculum to tube No. 2, and mix as before.
Could not she nip the first in the bud, and sterilise the rest?
sterilise the adjacent portion of the aluminium handle by passing it rapidly twice or thrice through the flame.
Already all of his lairs but one be sterilise as for him; and before the sunset this shall be so.
Plug the open end of the glass tubing with cotton-wool, and sterilise the test-tube and its contents in the hot-air oven.
sterilise in the steamer at 100° C. for twenty minutes on each of five successive days.
Plug the tube and sterilise in the steamer in the usual manner.
sterilise in the steamer at 100° C. for twenty minutes on each of five consecutive days.
He adds that Thackeray expressed a wish, which he allowed Cruikshank to sterilise, to print the ballad with illustrations.
sterilise in the steamer at 100° C. for twenty minutes on each of three consecutive days.
sterilize ster·il·ize (stěr'ə-līz')
v. ster·il·ized, ster·il·iz·ing, ster·il·iz·es
To make free from live bacteria or other microorganisms.
To deprive a person or an animal of the ability to produce offspring, as by removing the reproductive organs.