Origin of peptone
Examples from the Web for peptone
Heat in the steamer at 100° C. for twenty minutes to complete the solution of the peptone.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
On the other hand, when peptone was introduced in larger quantity, viz., in a twenty per cent.
Thus, 7.5 grammes of peptone dissolved in water in such proportion as to make a five per cent.
Thus prepared, the peptone shows no signs of decomposition on keeping.
Protein, under the same conditions, is changed to a peptone.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter
British Dictionary definitions for peptone
Word Origin for peptone
Word Origin and History for peptone
1860, from German Pepton, from Greek pepton, neuter of peptos "cooked, digested" (see peptic).