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An agar substitute produced from a bacterial fermentation composed of glucuronic acid, rhamnose and glucose. It produces a clear, colorless, high strength gel which aids in detection of microbial contamination.
To prevent clumping, add slowly to rapidly stirring medium prior to heating.
Phytagel is intended for use in place of agar and other gelling agent for plant tissue culture. Phytagel has been shown to be a superior substitute for tissue-culture-grade agar in the micropropagation of banana plantlets.
Phytagel is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC
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Bradyrhizobia nodulating the Acacia mangium x A. auriculiformis interspecific hybrid are specific and differ from those associated with both parental species. Le Roux C Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75(24), 7752-9, (2009)
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