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Bacterias, Molds, and Supplies

Bacterias, Molds, and Supplies

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    USP plain agar

    Non-Nutrient

    Each Dozen Set of 100
    5420 USP Agar
    1.65
    16.50
    105.75
    Nutrient Agar
    Each Dozen Set of 100
    5440 Nutrient Agar
    2.00
    18.50
    149.00
    Potato Dextrose Agar (PDA)
    Each Dozen Set of 100
    5450 Potato Dextrose Agar
    2.00
    18.50
    149.00
    Physarum Polycephalum Physarum Polycephalum

    Activley growing plasmodial on an agar plate

    Each 4 or more
    1931 Physarum Polycephalum
    11.35
    10.85 each
    Physarum Polycephalum (Sclerotial Stage)

    The yellow slime mold. A vial contains several pieces of dried sclerotium.

    Each 4 or more vials
    1930 Physarum Polycephalum (Sclerotial Stage)
    11.35
    10.85 each
    Slime Mold Set

    Contains a vial of Physarum Sclerotial  , 5 USP agar plates, oatmeal for feeding, and instructions.

    Each
    1932 Slime Mold Set
    21.60
    Nutrient Agar Powder
    100g 500g
    5395 Nutrient Agar Powder
    77.00
    165.00
    Aerobacter aerogenes

    A gram-rod

    Each 4 or more
    1800 Aerobacter aerogenes
    10.55
    9.80 each
    Agrobacterium tumefaciens

    B-6, causes crown gall in plants

    Each 4 or more
    1805 Agrobacterium tumefaciens
    10.55
    9.80 each
    Alcaligenes faecalis

    A gram-rod

    Each 4 or more
    1810 Alcaligenes faecalis
    10.55
    9.80 each
    Azotobacter chroococcum
    Each 4 or more
    1815 Azotobacter chroococcum
    10.55
    9.80
    Bacillus Cereus

    A spore forming rod.

    Each 4 or more
    1820 Bacillus Cereus
    10.55
    9.80
    Bacillus Megatarium
    Each 4 or more
    1825 Bacillus Megatarium
    10.55
    9.80
    Bacillus Subtilis
    Each 4 or more
    1830 Bacillus Subtilis
    10.55
    9.80
    Bacilis Mycoides
    Each 4 or more
    1835 Bacilis Mycoides
    10.55
    9.80
    Corynebacterium Xerose
    Each 4 or more
    1840 Corynebacterium Xerose
    10.55
    9.80
    Escherichia Coli
    Each 4 or more
    1845 Escherichia Coli
    10.55
    9.80
    Micrococcus Luteus
    Each 4 or more
    1850 Micrococcus Luteus
    10.55
    9.80
    Micrococcus Roseus
    Each 4 or more
    1855 Micrococcus Roseus
    10.55
    9.80
    Mycobacterium Phlei
    Each 4 or more
    1860 Mycobacterium Phlei
    10.55
    9.80
    Proteus Vulgaris
    Each 4 or more
    1870 Proteus Vulgaris
    10.55
    9.80
    Pseudomonas Fluorescens
    Each 4 or more
    1870 Pseudomonas Fluorescens
    10.55
    9.80
    Rhodospirillum Rubrum
    Each 4 or more
    1875 Rhodospirillum Rubrum
    10.55
    9.80
    Sarcina Lutea
    Each 4 or more
    1880 Sarcina Lutea
    10.55
    9.80
    Serratia Marcescens
    Each 4 or more
    1885 Serratia Marcescens
    10.55
    9.80
    Staphylococcus Epidermidis
    Each 4 or more
    1890 Staphylococcus Epidermidis
    10.55
    9.80
    Streptococcus Lactis
    Each 4 or more
    1895 Streptococcus Lactis
    10.55
    9.80
    Aspergillus Niger

    A common Aspergillus

    Each 4 or more
    1900 Aspergillus Niger
    10.55
    9.80
    Penicillium Notatum

    Source of penicillin.

    Each 4 or more
    1905 Penicillium Notatum
    10.55
    9.80
    Rhizopus Stolonifer

    The common bread mold.

    Each 4 or more
    1910 Rhizopus Stolonifer
    10.55
    9.80
    Saccharomyces Cereviseae

    Bread Yeast

    Each 4 or more
    1915 Saccharomyces Cereviseae
    10.55
    9.80