mixed culture

mixed culture

Etymology: L, miscere, to mix, colere, to cultivate
a laboratory culture that contains two or more different strains of organisms.
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The ASEAN countries are the most dynamic emerging markets in the world, well known for their mixed culture, beautiful scenery, fast growing economy, and warm, hard working people," said Philip Leong, Managing Director of KICTeam Singapore.
I embrace our mixed culture and I'm proud to say I have many friends of various faiths and cultures.
West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo, who was born in Trinidad as well, comments on the cultural heritage of his country: "Half of the population is Indian, so there is a mixed culture.
Bacteria of an anaerobic 1,2-dichloro-propane-dechlorinating mixed culture are phylogenetically related to those of other anaerobic dechlorinating consortia.
A veterinary medical officer at the ARS Food and Feed Safety Research Laboratory in College Station, Texas, Harvey leads an effort to develop a defined, mixed culture of beneficial, or commensal, bacteria designated as RPCF--for recombined porcine continuous-flow.
These researchers found that by inoculating Biolog GN MicroPlates with a mixed culture of microorganisms and measuring the community fingerprint over time, they could ascertain characteristics of the community This approach, called community-level physiological profiling, has been demonstrated to be effective at distinguishing spatial and temporal changes in microbial communities.
It's a mixed culture and on the whole the mix works very well.
Residents of this tropical island, with a mixed culture of Polynesian/African, spoke a language called Malagary, that George says resembles the African language, Swahili.
It has the mixed culture of three states of the country, as it was a part of these areas for a long time.
Awatef Mansour, a Syrian mother of four, has been living in the UAE for 15 years, she says that her family follows a mixed culture with both Syrian and Emirati traditions.