Yeast Extract Agar is used in water microbiology for the enumeration of culturable microorganisms by colony count at 36 and 22°C.

Description

Yeast Extract Agar is used in water microbiology for the enumeration of culturable microorganisms by colony count at 36 and 22°C. The method is intended to measure the functional efficiency of drinking water treatment, and more generally, all types of water. It is particularly well adapted to the analysis of water destined for human consumption, including bottled and natural mineral waters and swimming pool water.

Packaging

Ready-to-melt medium:
BM06808 – 10 vials of 200 mL

Dehydrated medium:
BK153HA – 500 g bottle

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