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In biology, inoculum refers to the source material used for inoculation. The word is used in three senses:
- In medicine, the material that is the source of the inoculation in a vaccine
- In microbiology, the cells, tissue, or viruses that are used to inoculate a new culture
- In forest pathology, any part of a pathogen that can cause infection of a host.
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