Bacteriological agar is a colloidal substance and a cell wall component, obtained from Rhodoyceae (marine algae) and Gelidium sp. Agarose combined with agaropectin forms this polysaccharide. It is also called as agar-agar and is a polymer of galactoside. This agar is soluble in boiling water but not in cold water.
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