Noun(1) the state of impairing the quality or reducing the value of something(2) an additional ingredient that is added by mixing with the base(3) the act of mixing together
(1) Today the most common way to expose aggregates is to spray a retarding admixture over the surface after the finishing process is complete.(2) This difference might be taken to indicate that less admixture has occurred in Virginia, yet the genetic analysis revealed comparably high levels of hybridization.(3) he felt that his work was an admixture of aggression and creativity(4) The samples from the island of Gotland were of Swedish nationality but were considered separately in order to investigate their origin and degree of admixture with the neighboring populations.(5) During a southern speaking tour I was able to set aside a few days to explore the New Orleans museums, shops, temples, and tombs that relate to this distinctive admixture of religion and magic, commerce and controversy.(6) However, to retain this hypothesis, we would have to eliminate the alternative explanation that the observed polymorphism is because of secondary admixture of differentiated populations.(7) Results were used to assess the relative contributions of premating and postmating barriers to reproductive isolation and to predict the long-term genetic effect of population admixture .(8) The weathered minerals of the regolith, together with an admixture of organic matter and water, make up the soil.(9) To be saved, it must be admired, but uncorrupted by modern admixture . ├ö├ç├┐Museums have to persuade indigenous people to exhibit their culture without amalgamating it into the Western tradition.├ö├ç├û(10) In addition, northeast Indians show virtually no genetic admixture with other Indian groups, which has led to a remarkable genetic discontinuity between these groups.(11) A more pressing concern is whether each of the two main populations are themselves produced by admixture between local populations, perhaps including inversion polymorphism types.(12) By employing a simple population genetics model, we explore the effects and the conditions of population admixture in masking, changing, or even reversing true genetic effects of genes underlying complex traits.(13) Recently, KIRKPATRICK et al. 2002 presented a general framework for describing associations among multiple genes and their response to selection, nonrandom mating, and admixture .(14) The shell turns out to be made of amorphous silica - essentially sand - without the admixture of organics that characterize similar forms.(15) The results also indicate a low level of admixture (intermarriage, conversion etc.) into the gene pool of these various Jewish communities.(16) Unlinked genes may also be associated if biological processes, such as population differentiation, population admixture , and natural selection, occur in a population.
(1) admixture of metals :: paghahalo ng metal
1. mixture ::
2. alloy ::
Different Formsadmixture, admixtures
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