Dishes are shallow containers used in numerous laboratory applications. Types of dishes include cell culture and Petri dishes, evaporating dishes, staining dishes, weighing dishes, trays, watch glasses, and other special purpose dishes. Depending on their intended use, dishes can be made of glass, plastic, ceramic, or metal, and can be disposable or autoclavable.
Constructed of flat, optically clear polystyrene surfaces for distortion-free microscopic visualization of cells. Corning Falcon™ Standard Tissue Culture Dishes works with most attachment-dependent cell lines.
Features flat, optically clear polystyrene surfaces for distortion-free microscopic visualization of cells. Corning™ Falcon™ Easy-Grip Tissue Culture Dishes are uniquely designed to simplify lifting one dish or a small stack of dishes.
Manufactured from crystal-grade polystyrene for optical clarity. Corning™ Falcon™ Bacteriological Petri Dishes are not tissue culture treated for cell attachment; for applications where cell attachment is not desired. The surface is hydrophobic.
Featuring an open bottom to facilitate rapid immersion and drainage, reducing carryover. Wheaton™ Accessories and Replacement Parts for 20-Slide Glass Staining Dish are manufactured from soda-lime glass.