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Explain the Quebec Colony Counter?

It is used for counting the number of colonies in a plate. Culture plate is kept on the screen which is illuminated from beneath. Counting is done by using a magnifying glass (magnification 1.5X) above the plate. Counting can also be done manually.

 

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