Agar

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agar

The word agar comes from the Malay word agar-agar (meaning jelly). Chemically comes from agarose. It is obtained from red algae Gellidium and Gracillaria. It is used as a place to grow bacteria in an microbiology laboratory, and to make some foods thicker, like soup.

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