How Do You Spell LEITER'S TUBES?

Leiter's Tubes is a scientific term used in the field of microbiology. The word is pronounced /ˈlaɪtərz ˈtjuːbz/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). The first syllable is stressed whereas the second syllable is pronounced with a schwa vowel sound. The spelling of "Leiter's Tubes" reflects the name of the scientist who discovered the technique, Max Leiter. These tubes are used for cultivating microorganisms in a laboratory setting and are an important tool for microbial research.

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1 words made out of letters LEITER'S TUBES

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