Words nearby peptone
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
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