Origin of peptone
OTHER WORDS FROM peptonepep·tone·like, adjectivepep·ton·ic [pep-ton-ik], /pɛpˈtɒn ɪk/, adjectivepep·to·noid [pep-tuh-noid], /ˈpɛp təˌnɔɪd/, noun
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How to use peptone in a sentence
Steam in the steamer at 100° C. for twenty minutes to dissolve the peptone and glucose.
Heat in the steamer at 100° C. for twenty minutes to complete the solution of the peptone.
Heat in the steamer at 100° C. for thirty minutes, to completely dissolve the peptone, etc.
Both the tyrosine and tryptophane may be either in the free state or in combination as polypeptid or peptone.
Subcultivate such as appear to be composed of diphtheria bacilli in glucose peptone solution.