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A microbiological media "plate" that consists of 2 clear plastic film sheets with sterile medium in between. This super-thin layer of medium supports the growth of microorganisms just like the surface of an agar plate. A class set stacks in the same space as one petri dish!

 
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  • Extended shelf life of one year (unopened)
A microbiological media "plate" that consists of 2 clear plastic film sheets with sterile medium in between. This super-thin layer of medium supports the growth of microorganisms just like the surface of an agar plate.A class set stacks in the same space as one petri dish! Petrifilm™ plates can be counted on a standard colony counter or other magnified light source.

Store unopened Petrifilm™ plate pouches at a temperature of 8° C (46° F). Return unsued plates to pouch and store resealed pouches in a cool, dry place for no longer than 1 month. Expiration dates and lot numbers are noted on each package of Petrifilm™ plates.

 
 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Petrifilm We bought this as a part of our Carolina Clear water test kit that we loan out from our Extension Office. I don't have specific experience with this. But, I know that it works for those that use the kit.
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We kept messing up I bought this product with a lot of hope. However, i kept butchering them. It was pribably my fault, but it kinda sucked tbh. However, once we figured out how to do it they were dope. They grew bacteria which was cool and our experiment worked pretty well. I hope i get an A+!
Date published: 2018-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick, tangible results I used this Petrifilm to collect some basic water quality data from the Black River in Springfield, VT after Tropical Storm Irene caused major flooding and damage to infrastructure, including two waste-water treatment facilities. Both as a homeschool project and as a citizen science tool, these were easy to use and provided visceral imagery to use as a tool to engage in conversations about flooding, river corridor integrity, bank stability, and more.
Date published: 2015-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Petrifilm. Whoo Hoo This petrifilm is easy to use and great for bacteria labs in class. Although (once incubated) you can only get a bacteria count without a specificity of "good" or "bad" bacteria, the bacteria are easy to count and colonies are easy to see for the most part. The species of bacteria are not distinguishable by the eye.
Date published: 2010-02-12
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