A Petri dish (alternatively known as a Petri plate or cell-culture dish) is a shallow transparent lidded dish that biologists use to hold growth medium in which cells can be cultured, originally, cells of bacteria, fungi and small mosses. It is the most common type of culture plate. The Petri dish is one of the most common items in biology laboratories and has entered popular culture. The term is sometimes written in lower case, especially in non-technical literature.
1. Color：Transparent clear
2. Material: Boro glass
4. Application: Laboratory consumables
1. Glass petri dishes can be used for plant materials, microbial culture and adherent culture of animal cells, and may also be used.
2, plastic petri dish may be polyethylene material, disposable and multiple use, suitable for laboratory inoculation, marking, bacterial separation operations, can be used for the cultivation of plant materials.
A petri dish is a laboratory dish used for microbial or cell culture. It consists of a flat, disc-shaped bottom and a lid. It is usually made of glass or plastic. Petri dishes are basically divided into two types of materials, mainly plastic and glass.