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What are the differences between spread plate technique and pour plate technique?

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Asked by shrishti, 18 Feb '13 12:14 am
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N pour plate technique the microoganisms are suspended in between the culture media because the inoculation is done when the media is cool enough not to denature microoganisms nor too hot to kill them,diluting them to distribute them then incubating them.Growth is observed suspended. On the other side the spread plate technique the microorganisms are on the surface and not suspended since we use the glass rod to inoculate.
Answered by drdinesh sharma, 18 Feb '13 02:11 am

 
  
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N pour plate technique the microoganisms are suspended in between the culture media because the inoculation is done when the media is cool enough not to denature microoganisms nor too hot to kill them,diluting them to distribute them then incubating them.Growth is observed suspended. On the other side the spread plate technique the microorganisms are on the surface and not suspended since we use the glass rod to inoculate.
Answered by Quest, 18 Feb '13 10:45 am

 
  
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N pour plate technique the microoganisms are suspended in between the culture media because the inoculation is done when the media is cool enough not to denature microoganisms nor too hot to kill them,diluting them to distribute them then incubating them.Growth is observed suspended. On the other side the spread plate technique the microorganisms are on the surface and not suspended since we use the glass rod to inoculate.
Answered by radha sharma, 22 Feb '13 10:32 am

 
  
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N pour plate technique the microoganisms are suspended in between the culture media because the inoculation is done when the media is cool enough not to denature microoganisms nor too hot to kill them,diluting them to distribute them then incubating them.Growth is observed suspended. On the other side the spread plate technique the microorganisms are on the surface and not suspended since we use the glass rod to inoculate.
Answered by iqbal seth, 18 Feb '13 04:07 am

 
  
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