Agar proportion - a method that is used to determine microbial susceptibility to antibiotics by evaluating the extent of growth of several dilutions of a standardized inoculum of microorganism in drug-free and drug-containing agar mediums. The number of colony-forming units grown are compared and expressed as a percentage.
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