Media for Fruits and Vegetable

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16025 Brilliant Green Bile Lactose Broth for microbiology BRILA-Broth Brilliant Green Bile Bouillon 2% For the selective enrichment and enumeration by titer determination or MPN method of E. coli and other fecal coliform from water, milk, food and other material.
22310 Cereus Selective Agar for microbiology Bacillus Cereus Agar Bacillus Cereus Selective Agar Bacillus cereus Egg yolk Polymyxin Agar Base Cereus Selective Agar Base acc. to Mossel MYP Agar Mannitol-Egg-yolk-polymyxine-Agar PEMBA PREP agar Polymixin Pyruvate Egg yolk Mannitol Bromothymol blue Agar For enumeration, identification and isolation of Bacillus cereus in food.
44653 EC Broth for microbiology Escherichia Coli Broth For the selective detection of coliforms and E. coli in water, food and other material.
F5422 Folic acid assay medium for microbiology   Recommended for the microbiological assay of folic acid using Streptococcus faecium as the test organism.
16447 Glucose Bromcresol Purple Agar for microbiology Tryptone Yeast Extract Agar with Bromocresol Purple Glucose Bromcresol Purple Agar is used for isolation and enumeration of Enterobacteriaceae and Bacillus cereus.
61749 Lauryl sulfate Broth for microbiology Lauryl Casein peptone Broth Selective medium acc. to Mallmann and Darby (1941) for the presumptive testing for coliform and their selective enrichment in the examination of water, dairy products and food.
Recommended by the "Schweizerisches Lebensmittelbuch" 5th ed., chapter 56A.
The difference to Cat. No. 17349 is that Casein Peptone is used (instead of Tryptose)
17349 Lauryl sulfate Broth for microbiology Lauryl Tryptose Broth Selective medium acc. to Mallmann and Darby (1941) for the presumptive testing for coliform and their selective enrichment in the examination of water, dairy products and food.
The difference to Cat. No. 61749 is that Tryptose is used instead of Casein peptone.
07348 m-Lauryl sulfate broth for microbiology Membrane lauryl sulfate broth M-Lauryl sulfate broth is used for enumeration of Escherichia coli and coliforms in water, using membrane filter technique, replacing membrane enriched teepol broth. It is recommended by ISO Committee under the specification ISO 9308-1: 1990
49522 m-Lauryl Sulfate Broth, Vegitone for microbiology Vegitone m-Lauryl Sulfate Broth A medium where the animal derived peptone was replaced by a plant peptone. It is used for enumeration of Escherichia coli and coliforms in water, using membrane filter technique. It is recommended by ISO Committee under the specification ISO 9308-1:1990.
70145 Malt Extract Agar for microbiology   A medium for the isolation and enumeration of yeasts and molds.
97218 Malt Extract Agar, modified for microbiology   Recommended for isolation, detection and enumeration of yeasts and molds.
38954 Malt Extract Agar modified, Vegitone for microbiology Vegitone Malt Extract Agar modified This medium is recommended for isolation, detection and enumeration of yeasts and molds. The animal derived peptone of the original formulation is replaced by a plant peptone.
70146 Malt Extract Broth for microbiology   A liquid medium for the cultivation of yeasts and molds.
N7404 Niacin assay medium for microbiology   Recommended for the microbiological assay of Niacin or Niacinamide.
75405 Orange-serum Agar for microbiology   Orange-serum Agar can be used for the isolation, cultivation and enumeration of acid-tolerant spoilage microorganisms in fruit juice and fruit juice concentrates, in particular from citrus fruit, according to Hays, Troy and Beisel.
The prepared agar may be turbid after autoclaving due to orange extract.
Orange-serum Agar has been used to prepare modified orange serum (MOS) as a medium for Hymenoscyphus fraxineus.
70152 Plate Count Agar for microbiology Standard Methods Agar Tryptone Glucose Yeast Extract Agar A non-selective medium for the plate count of microorganisms in water, milk and other dairy products.
88588 Plate-Count-Agar according to Buchbinder et al. for microbiology Casein-peptone Dextrose Yeast Agar according to Buchbinder et al. Standard Methods Agar according to Buchbinder et al. Tryptone Glucose Yeast Extract Agar according to Buchbinder et al. Plate-Count-Agar is recommended for the plate count of microrganisms in food, dairy products, water and waste water.
19718 Plate Count Agar, Vegitone for microbiology Vegitone Plate Count Agar Vegitone Plate Count Agar medium is recommended for the plate count of microorganisms in foods, water and waste water. In this medium the animal derived peptone is replaced by a plant peptone.
51413 Plate Count MUG Agar for microbiology MUG PCA MUG Plate Count Agar Plate Count MUG Agar is used for determination of plate count of microorganisms in milk and other dairy products by fluorogenic method.
70139 Potato Dextrose Agar for microbiology Potato Glucose Agar Recommended for the isolation and enumeration of yeasts and molds in dairy products and food.
70159 Tryptone Glucose Extract Agar for microbiology   Recommended for the plate count of aerobic organisms in milk, dairy products, water, meats etc.
70188 Violet Red Bile Agar for microbiology VRB Agar VRBL-Agar A selective medium for the detection and enumeration of coliform organisms, especially the Coli-aerogenes-group in water, milk and other dairy products.
42376 Violet Red Bile Lactose Agar, Vegitone for microbiology Crystal violet-Neutral red-Bile Agar, Vegiton VRB-Agar, Vegitone Vegitone Violet Red Bile Agar Violet Red Bile Agar Vegitone is a selective media used for the detection and enumeration of coliform organisms from water and food. This medium contains no animal derived peptone and bile salt.
B3801 Vitamin B12 assay medium for microbiology   Recommended for microbiological assay of Vitamin B12.
82897 Vitamin B12 Assay Medium for microbiology   For the microbiological assay of vitamins in drugs, foodstuffs, animal feed preparations and other materials.
95273 VRB MUG Agar for microbiology Violet Red Bile Lactose MUG Agar Selective medium for the detection and enumeration of coliform bacteria, in particular E. coli. Gram-positive accompanying flora are extensively inhibited by crystalviolet and bile salts. A color-change to red indicates lactose-positive colonies, within which E. coli can be demonstrated by fluorescence in the UV.