Medium for determining microbial growth and types of organisms (to a limited extent) in liquids. Principle: A carrier coated with culture medium is dipped into the liquid for a short time, inserted into a protective tube, and then incubated. The number of organisms is determined by comparing the colony density with sample images. Suitable dip slides are, for example, BODE Dip Slides Combi that can also be used for contact-plate sampling.
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