RFE0A892–Close up of female scientist viewing cultures growing in petri dishes with a biohazard tape on in a microbiology lab
RFGHEECB–Gloved hand holding bacteria growing in a petri dish
RFBK0M2C–African American scientist holding specimen in petri dish
RMCT9TXM–Disposable petri dish containing a blue chemical substance.
RF2B6EJHM–Petri dish with mixed of bacteria colonies
RFE1KJ16–Petri dishes against blue background.
RFM67KW0–isolated petri dish with mold colonies
RMB0AF43–Septoria leaf spot (Phaeosphaeria nodorum) culture on CzV8 petri dish
RFM7N249–Research operator preparing samples in petri dishes
RFB9J7XJ–Laboratory technician with petri dish
RMF5MMYN–Petri dishes and other biiological samples in a refrigerator of a biotechnology lab
RMT96KJH–Bacillus Tuberculosis culture. 1. Pure culture on solid blood serum in test tube, 2. Same in a glass capsule (a Petri dish), mag. 700, 3. Same as number two, magnified 80, 4. Cover-glass preparation of colonies, Ehrlich's method. Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch (December 11, 1843 - May 27 1910) was a German physician and microbiologist.
RMR6DE96–Blue and green liquids in petri dishes, plain background
RME5RYGC–Petri dishes in a microbiology laboratory.
RMMMBMEX–Small krill prawns in a petri dish, blue background, small crustaceans of the order Euphausiacea, and are found in all the world's oceans.
RFCRNC44–A petri dish contain an unknown light red sticky substance.
RMEEK5HC–A Pathology lab technician using a cotton swab on a Petri dish with a bacteria culture
RFE8WF0A–Red cultures in petri dish among empty dishes in lab
RFEPMG6R–Scientist with petri dish in laboratory
RFE706YB–Close up of female scientist pipetting liquid into petri dish
RFCR6E89–Germany, Bavaria, Munich, Scientist holding liquid in petri dish for medical research in laboratory