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a social group within a national culture that has distinctive patterns of behavior and beliefs

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Inspired by subcultures of play in Tokyo, the party showcased the costume, gaming and underground music culture that are the iconic lifeblood of the city.
The mean number of shoots from epicotyl explants was not significantly affected by the presence of BA, IBA or NAA, nor there was a synergistic interaction between these growth regulators during culture initiation and first subculture; however, there were significant differences between the treatments in the second and third subcultures (F Test, P [less than or equal to] 0.
The final transition plan considered all identified human factors, for each subculture.
Thus, rejection of the mainstream is not merely a consequence of the creation of a subculture but an integral part of its identity.
Aislinn chooses modern subcultures that are seemingly counterhegemonic and that threaten danger: the pool hall, the tattooing subculture, the seedier part of town.
Led by the iconic singer, author and broadcaster Pauline Black, The Selecter will be performing a selection of tracks from Subculture -including recent single Walk The Walk for which they made this brilliant, visually arresting fashion-led video: alongside all the classics and live favourites including Three Minute Hero, Too Much Pressure and On My Radio.
This feeling of inclusively is reflected in Subculture which seeks to celebrate our diverse musical influences - from Soca and Calypso, to Reggae, to electronica - and reflect the concerns and tastes of the subcultures that readily embrace them.
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Photos featured in REVEALED: Youth culture, pop culture, subculture - The Photographs of Francesco Mellina 1977-1982
1991), and more often than not individuals will belong to more than one subculture at once.
After a meticulous revision in the literature about the in vitro commercial propagation of teak, no one research refers the evaluation of the proliferation of shoot up to the 7th subculture.
Once a device gains coolness in the subculture, the product becomes adopted by the mainstream.
Virulence, conidial production, and temperature tolerance, which were reduced after successive in vitro subculture, were restored with fungus passage through the host.
of New York) provides theoretical frameworks within which the Japanese subculture phenomenon can be analyzed.