Microbiology techniques are methods used for the study of microbes, including bacteria and microscopic fungi and protists. They include methods to survey, culture, stain, identify, engineer and manipulate microbes. The following Microbial techniques used are
· Inoculating plates.
· Using a pipette aseptically.
· Using different sorts of hoods.
· Growth media.
· Growth on selective media.
· Isolating an organism from the environment.
The journal of Edelweiss Applied Science and technology addresses current issues related to food science and technology, including research, education, food engineering, food packaging, nutraceuticals and many more. Peer review process is done by editorial board members following the double blinding process. Our journal also invites all original research, review, case reports related to physics, agriculture and biochemistry.