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LaMotte BioPaddles Sampling Media - Nutrient/MacConkey Agar - Pack of 10

Item #: 1436755
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Lamotte BioPaddles Nutrient/MacConkey Agar Sampling Media aids in identifying and measuring microbes in air, soil, water or any other surface. These dual agar paddles are flexible and each contain microbe specific media encased in a sterile vial. Biopaddles require a magnifier & a warm place and comes with a technical information sheet. It features a free iOS app which compares the unknown microbe growth to the known microbe colonies from 6 microhabitats including clinical, air, water, soil, surface and food. The app also contains information about organisms, microhabitats, microbiological techniques and is sold as 10 per pack.
  • Store BioPaddles(TM) at room temperature (65 - 77 deg F/18 - 25 deg c)
  • Avoid sudden temperature changes
  • Temperature fluctuations may result in condensation settling at the bottom of the vial
  • This will not affect the culture properties, but could reduce the shelf-life or cause the agar to separate from the plastic paddle support