Obligate anaerobes may be cultured in the laboratory using? a) a candle jar, b) on blood agar plates in a candle jar, c) on blood agar plates. d) in a reducing medium. e) in standard Petri plates.
ignore John McCann--Phisicalist as he is an atheist therefore knows nothing beyond sheer sanctimony, hence his opinion is worthless.
Obligate biology and obligate physics have much in common as we look for a distribution according to Fornier's Sixth Law and Faraday's Second Law.
In biology, the medium will be listed with its specific gravity.
In physics, the medium will be listed with its aggregate/average electron voltage.
rocmike you have balls accusing anyone of posting under aliases. i have seen your aliases bill, renner and anonymous posting for hours already. i am sure i missed a few.
Plagiarism suits you Bill!