from The Century Dictionary.
- Adapted to culture; cultivable: as, a culturable area.
- Capable of becoming cultured or refined.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of, or fit for, being cultivated; capable or becoming cultured.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective biology Able to be
cultured(grown in a suitable environment)
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[Footnote 1: Old sand-banks consolidated by the deposit of a layer of culturable soil.]
Rajputana the valleys of streams might be expected to be the only favourable tracts for settlement, and the name perhaps therefore is a record of the process by which the colonies of Minas in these isolated patches of culturable land developed into exogamous clans marrying with each other.
In the east of the district much sour clay will become culturable land, and the Bár will be transformed as in the two _tahsíls_ watered by the older canal.
Between a fourth and a fifth of this area is culturable and cultivated.
~Hangu~ contains in Upper and Lower Miranzai the most fertile land in the district, but the culturable area of the _tahsíl_ is small and only one-tenth of it is under the plough.
The culturable commanded area is about one million acres.
Yes, I believe there is existence beyond our present experience; that that existence is conscious and culturable; and that there is a noble work here and now in helping men to live into it.
In the districts of the Nerbudda, we often see these black hornblende mortars, in which sugar-canes were once pressed by a happy peasantry, now standing upon a bare and barren surface of sandstone rock, twenty feet above the present surface of the culturable lands of the country.
Our results indicated that culturable somatic cells could be retrieved from bovine organs that had been frozen without cryoprotectant and that the cells could be used for nuclear transfer.
We obtained live and culturable cells from both the caput epididymis and the spermatic cords but not from the cauda epididymis or the testes.