Culture plate

In biology and related fields, a culture plate is a low flat-bottomed laboratory container for growing a layer of organisms such as bacteria, molds, and cells on a thin layer of nutrient medium. The most common types are the Petri dish[1][2] and the multiwell plate.[3]

Multiwell culture plates
Penicillium mold colonies in a Petri dish

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