biplate

biplate

[′bī‚plāt]
(optics)
Two plates of glass cemented together with a small angle between them, for producing a double image of a slit in interference experiments.
Two half-wave plates of doubly refracting material, each cut parallel to its optical axis and cemented together with axes perpendicular; used to detect optical polarization. Also known as Bravais biplate.
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Comparison of CPS ID 3 and CHROMagar Orientation chromogenic agars with standard biplate technique for culture of clinical urine samples.
During the hardening of the film, due to the appearance of shrinkage and adhesion forces, the new biplate is being bent.
HUrBi is formulated to isolate Gram-positive organisms on the left side of the biplate and Gram-negative organisms on the right side.
Samples were plated on biplate blood agar, MacConkey agar, and Hectone-enteric and SalmonellalShigella-specific agar for Salmonella species, and then were incubated at 36[degrees]-37[degrees]C for 96 hours.
The laboratory has used broth (BACTEC 460) and solid media (Mitchison/Middlebrook biplate, Remel, Lenexa, Kan) for all specimens processed from 1988 to the present.
The MGIT broth was subcultured to a Middlebrook 7H10/S7H11 agar biplate and incubated at 37[degrees]C in 5% C[O.
The MGIT broth was subcultured to a Middlebrook 7H10/S7H11 biplate and incubated at 37[degrees]C in 5% C[O.
4 Eliminating his one plate and using a blood/MacConkey biplate instead of the two other whole plates saved nearly $5,500.
The most common culprits: stock organisms that failed to grow, contaminated stocks, and organisms transferred to the wrong side of a biplate under a "pseudonym.
Suspected colonies were inoculated onto biplates containing buffered charcoal yeast extract medium with and without L-cysteine.
BBL Sheep Blood Agar-Chocolate Agar biplates (SBA-CHOC) were used for the wine samples and the fingertip samples.