It is a mega-leap from the agar and test-tube finding to real patients and their delicate lungs.
First of all, will you please telephone Mr. agar and Mr. Pitts.
I coughed, and agar, who had taken my arm-chair, wanted to give it me back.
Dora knew of the ancient horror of such a necessity, handed down from one agar to another, like a family tradition.
On leaving my two friends I drove straight to agar's to tell her what had happened.
agar smiled, although he was conscious of a vague feeling of discomfort.
Weigh out French maltose, 40 grammes, and dissolve in the agar.
She held her parasol a little lower, so that Mrs. agar could not see her face.
Pour plates from the agar tubes; label, and incubate at 37° C.
The other two persons to whom the secret was to be imparted were Mrs. agar and Dora Glynde.
agar a·gar (ā'gär', ä'gär') or a·gar-a·gar (ā'gär-ā'gär', ä'gär-ä'-)
A gelatinous material derived from marine algae, used as a base for bacterial culture media and as a stabilizer and thickener in food.
A culture medium containing this material.