It is a mega-leap from the agar and test-tube finding to real patients and their delicate lungs.
Scientists hope the five-ounce patty, made from 100 percent test-tube meat, heralds the future of food production.
If either of these two kinds of hyposulphite be made93 in a test-tube, we can readily simulate the effect of atmospheric exposure.
I top the test-tube with another tube, the width of the neck of a claret bottle.
But suddenly, in the privacy of his laboratory, a single fact arises from the test-tube in his trembling hand and confronts him!
With a dropper he sucked up a bit of the liquid from the test-tube.
The battle between his life and a few drops of liquid in a test-tube has been mercilessly fought, and he has lost!
In other words, he has not rendered them in terms of the test-tube.
Plug the open end of the glass tubing with cotton-wool, and sterilise the test-tube and its contents in the hot-air oven.
The doctor was fumbling with a test-tube, from which some heavy fumes were issuing.
Produced or cultivated in a test tube.
Conceived by or developed from fertilization in laboratory apparatus or by artificial insemination.
test tube n.
A clear, cylindrical glass tube usually open at one end and rounded at the other, used in laboratory experimentation.