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Vodovotz uses seaweed-derived agar for her grapefruit confections, to balance the effect the acid has on the gummy’s texture.
After finding the mushrooms, he’d grown them out in the agar, and with a scalpel and sterilizer had propagated the resulting mycelia in dozens of glass jars stacked on racks outside the air lock.
She saw my research skills, my tenacity, and my willingness to walk—or run, if necessary—a mile to the lab first thing on Saturday mornings to pour agar plates so everyone was prepared for the day’s experiments.
It is a mega-leap from the agar and test-tube finding to real patients and their delicate lungs.Big Tobacco, Not MRSA, Is the Real Problem With E-Cigarettes|Kent Sepkowitz|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He should, then, at least have given a small flock to his mistress Agar, when he sent her away in the desert.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 1 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
Complete the solution of the various ingredients by bubbling live steam through the flask as in making nutrient agar.
Bubble live steam through the mixture for twenty minutes, to dissolve the agar.
Rotate the tube between the hands in order to diffuse the citrated blood evenly throughout the agar.
If, however, it is to be used as the basis for agar or gelatine media store it in the "Double Strength" condition.