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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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For network and servers, buildup substrates with 8-2-8 layers are in production.
This effect is most evident with porous substrates like wood or concrete and is identified by substrate on the back of the coating.
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.
Producing Agaricus bisporus mushrooms on non-composted substrates has been demonstrated, and interest in non-composted substrates has re-emerged because of mounting pressure on the industry to reduce the environmental impact of their operations.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 27, 2005 - (JCNN) - Tokki has brought to market its new TFT substrate polishing and washing system Nano Washer.
The pressure annealing method is applicable to the fabrication of the wirings and electrodes on flexible substrates, such as plastic films, by printing, because even if the baking of conducting inks is done at temperatures below 200 C, their resistance can be sufficiently lowered.
Substrates such as these may come in temporary or prolonged contact with human tissues, and could otherwise be compromised.
2] through the addition of certain fermentable substrates such as butyrate or propionate (Fennell et al.
By using two specimens of different thickness, the thermal conductivity of the coating can be determined as long as the surface finishes of the two specimens are similar and the thicknesses o f the substrates are within a few percent.
Fear of oncogenic DNA made tumor cell lines taboo as cellular substrates for vaccine production.
Patented is a pressure-sensitive adhesive tape closure system with a closure tape laminate made of a fastening tape tab portion with two substrates, one of which has two faces and a release tape tab portion, and the other of which has two faces.
Over the past 10 years, the availability of high quality sapphire and silicon carbide substrates has enabled the rapid growth of the gallium nitride device (mainly high-brightness LED) market to over $3 billion.
Material and geometrical contributions to the electrical signals that may originate with either the prob e tip or substrate are being investigated by imaging one-dimensional and two-dimensional gratings prepared using KOH-etched scanned probe oxide masks patterned on oriented Si(110) and Si(100) substrates.
Another joint development with Toyota resulted in the development of three new substrates, the first worldwide: