A Petri dish is a shallow, circular laboratory dish used for growing bacteria, yeast, or other microorganisms. It is named after the German bacteriologist Julius Richard Petri, who invented it in 1877.
PP Petri dishes are Petri dishes made of polypropylene (PP) material. PP is a commonly used material in laboratory equipment due to its durability, chemical resistance, and affordability.
Petri dishes are used in various fields of biology and biochemistry, including bacteriology, microbiology, and cell culture. They are widely used for culturing microorganisms and for observing the growth of cells and tissues. PP Petri dishes are ideal for use in a variety of applications because they are lightweight, easy to handle, and can be sterilized without damaging the material.