substratum

The solid surface over which a cell moves, or upon which a cell grows: should be used in this sense in preference to substrate, to avoid confusion.

substratum

[n] - any stratum lying underneath another
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Substratum

Sub·stra'tum noun ; plural Substrata . [ Latin substratus , past participle of substernere to strew under; sub under + sternere to strew. See Stratum .] 1. That which is laid or spread under; that which underlies something, as a layer of eart...
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substratum

The solid surface over which a cell moves or upon which a cell grows: should be used in this sense in preference to substrate, to avoid confusion. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Substratum

• (n.) That which is laid or spread under; that which underlies something, as a layer of earth lying under another; specifically (Agric.), the subsoil. • (n.) The permanent subject of qualities or cause of phenomena; substance.
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substratum

substratum, subsratal, substrative 1. An underlying base, layer, or element. 2. In agriculture, subsoil. 3. In geology, bedrock. 4. In biology, the non-living material or base on which an organism lives or grows.
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Substratum

(Gr. hypokeimenon) That in which an attribute inheres, or of which it is predicated; substance; subject. In Aristotle's philosophy hypokeimenon sometimes means matter as underlying form, sometimes the concrete thing as possessing attributes, sometimes the logicnl subject of predication. -- G.R.M.
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substratum

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭb-strā′tŭm Definitions: 1. Any layer or stratum lying beneath another.
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