Petri dish-- A laboratory vessel used for cell culture consisting of a flat disc-shaped bottom and a lid, usually made of glass or plastic.
The most common use of culture dishes is cell culture, and it is also used to store samples, perform chemical experiments, and the like.
The medium for maintaining cell growth was added to the sterilized culture dish to obtain an agar plate.
Agar plates are used for the cultivation of microorganisms and small plants.
• Flat transparent surface for distortion-free observation
• Vacuum plasma TC treatment, excellent cell adherence
• Stackable for easy storage and handling
• Sterilized by E-Beam
Made from high quality borosilicate glass, these autoclavable, flat, clear Petri dishes can withstand repeated sterilization and can be used many times. Each dish includes a lid.