1) культура (напр. бактерий)
2) разведение, выращивание
- adhesive culture
- agar culture
- agitated culture
- aroma-producing culture
- artificial culture
- axenic culture
- batch culture
- blood culture
- broth culture
- cell culture
- cell-depleted culture
- chemostat culture
- civilized cell culture
- continuous culture
- Dexter-type culture
- droplet culture
- enrichment culture
- extended culture
- fed batch culture
- fish culture
- germ culture
- hanging-drop culture
- hydroponic culture
- impure culture
- intensive culture
- laboratory culture
- large-scale culture
- liquid culture
- logarithmic phase culture
- long-term culture
- mass culture
- microcapsule culture
- micromonoclonal culture
- microplate cell culture
- mixed culture
- mixed lymphocyte culture
- monoclonal culture
- monolayer culture
- monoxenic culture
- multistage continuous culture
- one-stage continuous culture
- organ culture
- Petri dish culture
- Petri plate culture
- pionnotal culture
- primary culture
- pure culture
- replacement culture
- roller-type culture
- semicontinuous culture
- sinchronized culture
- single-cell culture
- slant culture
- slide culture
- smear culture
- soil culture
- soil-water culture
- steady-state culture
- stock culture
- stroke culture
- subconfluent culture
- submerged culture
- surface culture
- suspension culture
- tissue culture
- turbidistate culture
- two-layer culture
- two-membered culture
- unialgal culture
- water culture
- Whitlock-White culture
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