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Cultured Freshwater Pearls
... Cultured freshwater pearls are pearls that are farmed and created using freshwater mussels ... Federal Trade Commission requires that farmed freshwater pearls be referred to as "freshwater cultured pearls" in commerce ...
Cultured Neuronal Network
... A cultured neuronal network is a cell culture of neurons that is used as a model to study the central nervous system, especially the brain ... Often, cultured neuronal networks are connected to an input/output device such as a multi-electrode array (MEA), thus allowing two-way communication between the researcher and the network ... Cultured neurons are often connected via computer to a real or simulated robotic component, creating a hybrot or animat, respectively ...
John Latendresse
26, 1925 South Dakota – July 23, 2000) is known for being the "father of American cultured freshwater pearls" - USGS ... freshwater cultured pearl farm in Tennessee in 1963 which unfortunately was unsuccessful however it became the foundation of the U.S ... freshwater cultured pearl industry ...
Cultured Buttermilk
... Commercially available cultured buttermilk is milk that has been pasteurized and homogenized (if 1% or 2% fat), and then inoculated with a culture of lactic ... dairies add colored flecks of butter to cultured buttermilk to simulate residual flecks of butter that can be left over from the churning process of traditional buttermilk ... In the early 1900s, cultured buttermilk was labeled artificial buttermilk, to differentiate it from traditional buttermilk, which was known as natural or ordinary ...
Solid Surface - Availability
... Cultured marble, cultured granite, and cultured onyx describe solid surfaces colored to resemble natural stone ...

Famous quotes containing the word cultured:

    Being cultured is the least expensive form of respectability.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    The more cultured a man, the less fortunate he is.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Like every other good thing in this world, leisure and culture have to be paid for. Fortunately, however, it is not the leisured and the cultured who have to pay.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)