Biology as Poetry: Micro Technique

Bacteriophage Ecology Group

Continuous Culture

An approach to propagating microorganisms that involves an ongoing supply of fresh media and as well as ongoing removal of cultured media, resulting in potentially indefinite propagation of a population of organisms.

A common example of a continuous culture devise is the chemostat; see also turbidostat.

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