(also agar-agar /eɪgɑːrˈeɪgɑː/)
A gelatinous substance obtained from certain red seaweeds and used in biological culture media and as a thickener in foods.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The gelatinizing agent was a Japanese seaweed called agar-agar, commonly found in organic stores.
- To study these bacteria he grew them in glass Petri dishes on a substance called agar, in his laboratory.
- Precipitation of a peptide in the top agar with subsequent release of amino acids can also lead to confounding results.
early 19th century: from Malay.
Definición de agar en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.