anaerobic petri dish

anaerobic petri dish

[¦an·ə¦rōb·ik ′pē·trē ‚dish]
(microbiology)
A glass laboratory dish for plate cultures of anaerobic bacteria; a thioglycollate agar medium and restricted air space give proper conditions.
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