- agapetus i,
- agapetus ii,
- agaric acid,
- agaric mineral,
Origin of agar
Examples from the Web for agar-agar
The culture of such algae may prove of economic importance; gelatine, glue and agar-agar would be valuable by-products.
The latter had come for the purpose of collecting the gelatinous Fucus, agar-agar.
Agar-agar, g′ar-g′ar, n. a nutrient jelly prepared from certain seaweeds, and used in the artificial cultivation of bacteria.
Agar-agar moss is shipped from Singapore to the extent of 13,000 tons a-year.The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom|P. L. Simmonds
Certain constipation biscuits, sterilized dry bran, or agar-agar may be eaten with the breakfast cereal.The Mother and Her Child|William S. Sadler