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İngilizce - Türkçe
alt tabaka
(Dilbilim,Teknik) alt katman
(Biyokimya) özgenil
(İnşaat) altlık
(Kimya) mayalanabilen madde
(İnşaat) alt madde
Matbaacılıkta üzerine baskı yapılacak malzeme
(Bilim, İlim) Mayalanabilen madde, bir enzimin tesiriyle reaksiyona giren madde
(Nükleer Bilimler) taban
mayadan etkilenmiş madde
yardımcı substrat
(Nükleer Bilimler) parça
İngilizce - İngilizce
An indigenous language that contributes features to the language of an invading people who impose their language on the indigenous population
An underlying layer; a substratum
A surface to which a substance adheres
A surface on which an organism grows or is attached e.g. the rock surface of a rockpool is the substrate for a sessile organism such as a limpet
A metal which is plated with another metal which has different physical properties
The material or substance on which an enzyme acts
the material making up the base upon which an organism lives or to which it is attached
The surface or material on which an organism lives--rock, sand, mud, pilings, shells
a term meaning, generally, a surface to which something adheres, the base material to be printed on, or the surface to which a pressure sensitive decal is adhered In particular, any surface on which screen printing is applied
A sheet of base material with or without an interconnection pattern and on which or within which "discrete components" or integrated circuits or both can be located
Any surface to which a coating or sealant is applied
The material or substance upon which an enzyme acts A surface on which a plant or animal grows or is attached
The material upon which a plant grows North Country substrates range from rock surfaces to peat to mucky lake bottom
the surface on which a plant or animal grows or is attached
The surface on which a bar code symbol is printed
A solid surface on which a coating or film is deposited
Basic surface on which a material adheres, for example, paint or laminate
The material on which the magnetic stripe is deposited
{i} substance upon which an enzyme acts (in a biochemical reaction); substratum, layer that lies beneath another
any stratum lying underneath another
A foundation material on the surface of which a substance is deposited, such as printing or coating
The material on which a microorganism feeds and develops
Refers to a surface This includes the material comprising the stream bed or the surfaces which plants or animals may attach or live upon
Having very slight furrows
Material or substance acted upon by an enzyme
A material on whose surface an adhesive substance is spread for bonding or coating Any material which provides a supporting surface for other materials, especially materials used to support printed circuit patterns (See base, reinforcement, backing)
To strew or lay under anything
"Supporting surface" on which an organism grows The substrate may simply provide structural support, or may provide water and nutrients A substrate may be inorganic, such as rock or soil, or it may be organic, such as wood
A surface upon which an organism grows, sometimes by using chemicals of particles in the material as food (also used to describe materials that can become involved in chemical reactions, particularly where those reactions are mediated by the enzymes of living organisms)
The base or substance on which an attached species is growing
A material upon the surface of which an adhesive-containing substance is spread for any purpose, such as bonding or coating
A substratum
The material or product that is to be coated BryCoat is a coating service that applies a range of coatings to customer supplied substrates
the substance acted upon by an enzyme or ferment
Original material surface to which a coating is applied
The material upon or within which a plant or animal lives or grows (e g rocky or sandy substrate)
The material and/or location on which an organism grows and from which growth materials are extracted
The calorie dense nutrients including carbohydrates, proteins, and fats
plural form of substrate
plural of substrate



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    /ˈsəbˌstrāt/ /ˈsʌbˌstreɪt/


    [ 's&b-"strAt ] (noun.) 1807. Medieval Latin substratum.

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