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the substance that is acted upon by an enzyme or ferment

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a surface on which an organism grows or is attached

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any stratum or layer lying underneath another

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an indigenous language that contributes features to the language of an invading people who impose their language on the indigenous population

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The physical and chemical properties of the substrate were closely related to the growth environment of the seedlings, and different types of crops have different requirements for substrates.
Intel's latest Xeon processors use substrates with five or six buildup layers and have a substrate size of 45 x 42.
This is because of higher mechanical adhesion to porous substrates due to anchoring of the coating to the pores of the substrate.
To enhance ergothioneine concentration, mushrooms were grown on low-moisture (55 percent) substrate as compared to the commonly used 60 percent (high - moisture) in commercial cultivation.
A method of manufacturing an electronic device comprising a device substrate 1 which may be flexible, or rigid and supporting a patterned layer 7 of active material 6 is disclosed.
Embedding capacitance material into the structure of the substrate minimizes the requirement for a number of these components, but also increases fabrication complexity and material costs of the substrate.
Coating application temperature and layer thickness are also issues, as higher deposit temperature or a build-up of coating material can affect substrate dimensions.
The system can planarize ITO films and metal films on an uneven substrate surface, and wash fine foreign substances.
Parylene coating establishes a barrier (figure 1) that can prevent the transfer of substances into or out of the coated substrate, even when the film layer is only one to two microns in thickness.
Two complementary nucleic acid-based methods were used to evaluate population changes relative to substrate production and use in these systems.
In addition, the superalloy substrate material, designated PWA 1484, was measured using three thicknesses of 2 mm, 3 mm, and 7 mm.
The new method is the first to replace a process discovered 95 years ago that proved when a substrate is rubbed, it forms a pattern that the liquid crystals align to.
In any vaccine, adventitious agents in the cellular substrate may contaminate the biological product.
The degree of contamination is affected by a number of factors, including contact between the head and recording medium and the nature and durability of the substrate.