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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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KEY WORDS: Crassostrea virginica, cultch, eastern oyster, reef restoration, larval settlement, substratum concavity, orientation, and tertiary arrangement
However, it is not clear whether different ECM molecules or changes in substratum concentration can modulate the Sema3A-mediated changes in cell motility and spreading.
Despite the heterogeneous nature of biofilms, EDX spectra showed similar pattern, revealing the presence of elements originating from the SS substratum, including bulk and oxide layer (Fe, Cr, Ni, O, etc.), salts, and organic compounds.
The density of villi on the attachment disc varied significantly, but also showed no clear-cut correlation with substratum or habitat.
Pomace is the most interesting substratum because it has a high level of organic matter, and the production of methane (152 liters of C[H.sub.4]/kg) is comparable, for example, to that of com silage.
During the onset of rainy season, wild edible mushrooms together with their poisonous counterparts usually emerge from their substratum [2].
The purpose of Douglas Gray's book, Simple Forms, is 'simply to remind students of medieval literature that underneath the written texts that they read there lies a vast substratum of oral literature which has now disappeared, leaving only traces' (p.
The flame spraying is a thermal spray technique consisting of the fusion of metallic, ceramic, composite or polymeric materials, in powdered, wire or sticks, through the blending of oxygen and a fuel which is then projected over a preheated substratum in order to create a coating layer.
To provide BSCs with the practical knowledge, training, and products to be a Walkway Safety Professional (WSP) Substratum Group has launched a 5-day course based on the Cycle of Walkway Management[TM] (design, plan, build, maintain, insure) developed by Substratum and incorporates the comprehensive walkway safety product line developed by SlipDoctors.
Equal parts eye-opening backgrounder, cautionary chronicle and impassioned plea for the defense, "Deep Web" begins as an illuminating overview of the Internet's non-indexed digital substratum, then narrows its focus to recount the arrest, prosecution and conviction of Ross Ulbricht, alleged originator and supervisor of the notorious Silk Road online bazaar.
Therefore, we aim to describe a) how assemblages of reef fishes are composed (i.e., what proportion of the fauna is endemic), b) how sessile benthic assemblages are organized, c) if abundances of fish species are correlated with particular substratum species, and more broadly d) how this fish fauna resembles that of other temperate regions.
Egg masses of chironomid midges along with the substratum were collected from a pond within the University of Burdwan, Golapbag Campus, and the masses were put in a plastic container with little water.
(1) When exposed to the oral environment, prosthetic materials can be a viable substratum for Candida colonization and in an unbalanced oral situation, host factors, favorable substratum and the presence of biofilm contribute to the development of denture-related stomatitis.
Such substratum may also provide a suitable habitat for the Harris mud crab and, therefore, may provide occurrence information on the species.
He said that Iqbal's idea of free will, equated with Khudi, amd talem as a substratum for evolutionary epistemology is already making inroads into the modern Muslim scholarship.