shake culture


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shake culture

[′shāk ‚kəl·chər]
(microbiology)
A method for isolating anaerobic bacteria by shaking a deep liquid culture of an agar or gelatin to distribute the inoculum before solidification of the medium.
A liquid medium in a flask that has been inoculated with an aerobic microorganism and placed on a shaking machine; action of the machine continually aerates the culture.
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1999, "Simplified clonal multiplication of mulberry using liquid shake culture," Plant cell Tiss.
Reinwald discussed the effectiveness of the in-depth training programs in molding employees into the Steak n Shake culture.