Reagents, Microbiology, Bacteria, Culture Media, Enrichment
Definition : Microbiology reagents in the form of liquids, solids, or semisolids that include additional nutritional components (i.e., enriched media) used as a medium capable of supporting the growth of specific bacteria. These culture media consist of a relatively simple basal medium enriched by the addition of nutritional components (e.g., blood, blood serum, vitamins, plant extracts, animal tissues) required to support the growth and identify of a wide variety of fastidious bacteria, including those having complex nutritional requirements. Enriched culture media are used in the identification and diagnoses of disease caused by pathogenic microorganisms.
Entry Terms : "Microbiological Culture Media, Enrichment" , "Culture Media, Enrichment, Microbiological"
UMDC code : 17451