Definition and classification of plastic culture dishes

- Jun 23, 2019-

A culture dish is a laboratory vessel for microbial or cell culture consisting of a flat disc-shaped bottom and a lid, typically made of glass or plastic. Petri dish materials are basically divided into two categories, mainly plastic and glass. Glass can be used for plant materials, microbial culture and adherent culture of animal cells. The plastic may be made of polyethylene, disposable and multi-use. It is suitable for laboratory inoculation, scribing, and separation of bacteria. It can be used for the cultivation of plant materials.

Petri dish materials are basically divided into two categories, mainly plastic and glass. Glass can be used for plant materials, microbial culture and adherent culture of animal cells. The plastic may be made of polyethylene, disposable and multi-use. It is suitable for laboratory inoculation, scribing, and separation of bacteria. It can be used for the cultivation of plant materials.