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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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In summary, the results of taxonomical composition of periphytic algae in natural (Egeria najas Planchon) and artificial (plastic plant) substratum were similar, revealing that the development of these algae were also related to environmental conditions, over time.
For preparation of collagen substratum, culture chambers or dishes were coated in a way similar to poly-d-lysine but for 4-6 hours, however such cultures were not overlaid with additional collagen.
For the lower class category, the "lowest" substratum (A) has been labeled (in decreasing order of frequency) poor, impoverished, or underclass; the higher of the lower class subcategories (B) has been labeled working class or working poor.
These by-products could be a sustainable alternate method to reduce environmental pollution and aggregate value as components of a substratum for A.
First he proposes a genetically related, common religious substratum,
In regards to nutritional aspects, substratum fertilization is among the most important stages in tree species seedlings production programs (Neto et al.
We may liken it to a great complex organism, having an inert substratum of inorganic matter on which are formed many separate organised centres of life, but all bound up together by a common law of existence, each individual part depending on those around it, and on past conditions as a whole.
This angle depends in a direct manner on the incidence of ions energy of the substratum area.
In the chapter on material substances Macdonald rejects two reductive accounts of substances: the Bundle Theory of substances, which attempts to capture substances as bundles of properties, and the Bare Substratum Theory, which attempts to capture substances as bundles of properties plus a nonrepeatable constituent that is necessarily without properties and bare.
In spite of the serious difficulties identified in the case studies, the author predicts that truth commissions will increasingly operate concomitantly with other institutions to facilitate reconstruction of the state substratum after the cessation of hostilities.
5 cm dia glass Petri dish with a filter paper substratum that covered the bottom of the dish.
The translation is effected not by the conversion of color and sound to a neutral digital substratum, or by the idiosyncratic sensual associations of the artist, but is, rather, effected simply by the routing of the electronic signal and the medium of display.
On the one hand, the exploration of the conception/s of black identity dictated by the dominant status quo leads to the deconstruction of the racist substratum that underlies Western epistemology and the practices that derive from it.