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  • Potato Dextrose Agar

    MilliporeSigma

    For microbiology Contains: Infusions from potatoes, glucose and agar.

  • Ready-to-use Potato Agar Plates are for the cultivation of fungi, including yeasts and molds. Contains 20% potato infusion and 1.5% agar.

  • …growth of fungi. Potato infusion and dextrose promote luxuriant fungal growth. Adjusting the pH of the medium by tartaric acid to 3.5, inhibits the bacterial growth. Heating the medium after acidification should be avoided as it may hydrolyse the agar which can render the agar unable to solidify.…

  • …49 g/L Dehydrated Appearance: medium tan, homogeneous powder Prepared Appearance: medium amber agar Soluble in boiling water containing 2% glycerol Contains: Potatoes, Infusion From Agar Glucose Proteose Peptone Beef Extract Sodium Chloride Glycerol

  • Potato Carrot Agar is used for the reproduction of Pyronema domesticum and for the cultivation and maintenance of Actinoplanes awajinensis , Actinoplanes nirasakiensis , Amorphosphorangium auranticolor , Streptomyces flavus and Thermoactinomyces vulgaris. The medium is prepared based on formula…

  • Potato Dextrose Agar is recommended by APHA (1) and F.D.A (2) for plate counts of yeasts and moulds in the examination of foods and dairy products (3). Incorporation of 3% agar enhances sporulation in the medium. Potato infusion and dextrose promote luxuriant fungal growth. Adjusting the pH of…

  • …plate count enumeration tests for dairy products, foods, and cosmetics. It contains nutrients (potato infusion and dextrose) that lead to the robust growth of most fungi. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for growth/selection, while 150 mm round plates are for screening. Contains 4.4% agar.

  • For the cultivation, isolation and enumeration of yeasts and molds from foodstuffs and other materials. Synonym(s): PDA Typical Composition (g/L): Potato infusion 4.0 (infusion from 300g potatoes); D(+)glucose 20.0; agar-agar 15.0 Preparation: 39.0g/L

  • Analysis Note: Microbiologically tested. Reconstitution: Recommended use at 39.0 g per liter. Other Notes: Contains: Infusions from potatoes, glucose and agar.

  • …result in the hydrolysis of the agar and destroy its gelling properties pH: 5.6 Dehydrated Appearance: light beige, homogeneous powder Prepared Appearance: light amber agar Soluble in boiling water Composition (g/L): Potato Infusion 4g Glucose 20g Agar 15g

  • …of the acid, this will result in the hydrolysis of the agar and destroy its gelling properties pH: 5.1 Dehydrated Appearance: light beige, homogeneous powder Prepared Appearance: light amber broth Soluble in boiling water Composition: Potato Infusion Glucose

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