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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 course is held at the SlipDoctors corporate office in Dallas, Texas and taught by Substratum.
From this point of view, it seems that a substratum language or languages from the requisite regions of Italy might provide just such a source.
This may be due to corrosive nature and changes in ionic charges of the substratum.
The methods for determining the substratum sample size and calculating the substratum interval for sample selection are the same as described above for the noncertainty stratum, except that X2 is the sum within State of the Xi, for only those companies in the substratum.
Substratum surface topographies seem not to stimulate the nuclear translocation at 72 h.
Sheridan points out the following problem: it seems that Locke takes this substratum to be a real material thing and not just something psychological, thereby threatening his empiricism.
Any origin of a comoving reference frame within the cosmological substratum has an inherent indeterminacy.
Although the subject of I Dexia Tsepi tou Rassou: Nouvela (The right pocket of the cassock: A novella) is drawn from items of Hellenic interest, and true ones at that--the death of the head of the Greek Church, Archbishop Christodoulos, on January 28, 2008, and the subsequent election of Archbishop Hieronymos as his successor--Makridakis's plot device of setting the action away from the "real" world and in the timelessness of an old island monastery, abandoned by all but a hermit monk and his dog, bares the allegorical and satirical substratum of his tale to a universal understanding.
Periphytic algal community in artificial and natural substratum in a tributary of the Rosana reservoir (Corvo Stream, Parana State, Brazil)
Individuals were placed into 200-L rectangular tanks without any substratum and held in row bars tied individually with rubber bands in open circuit.
brasiliensis cultivation techniques (composting method) and substratum formulations are the same ones used for Agaricus bisporus (BRAGA et al.
I strive to gain consensus on the substratum labels, which means sometimes negotiating strongly-held objections to certain labels.
The roles of nano and microtopography in the substratum upon cell adhesion are addressed, as well as the effects of substratum and near-substratum mechanical properties on cell adhesion.