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interspersion

[‚in·tər′spər·zhən]
(cell and molecular biology)
A regular pattern of alternating sequences of repetitious and nonrepetitious deoxyribonucleic acid in the genome of eukaryotes.
(ecology)
An intermingling of different organisms within a community.
The level or degree of intermingling of one kind of organism with others in the community.
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Intersperse Manager provides whole-system visibility and real-time control over SOA environments by managing and monitoring coarse grain business processes and webservices as well as fine grain objects and components that compose them.
Intersperse and BEA continue working together to deliver large, complex SOA solutions to multiple Fortune 500 customers.
Freeman, Maxwell, and Sharon Freeman, Edd's wife, intersperse their performances with vocalists from the crowd.
a leading provider of management solutions for service-oriented enterprise applications, today announced the release of Intersperse Manager 4.
a leading provider of management solutions for service-oriented enterprise applications, today announced the latest release of Intersperse Manager(TM) software.
Through the company's flagship solution, Intersperse Manager(TM), IT organizations are able to fully realize the benefits of real-time enterprise integration and service-oriented architectures, while ensuring continuity and quality of service to stakeholders across the enterprise and beyond.