mixo-, mix-, mixti-, -mixis, -mixia, -mixie, -mixy +

(Greek mikso > Latin mixtus: mix, mixed, a mixing, a mingling, an intercourse; to combine or to blend into one mass or substance; to combine things; such as, activities, ideas, styles; to balance and to adjust individual musical performers’ parts to make an overall sound by electronic means)

A psychosexual disorder in which a person derives sexual excitement and gratification by looking at the naked bodies and genital organs or observing the sexual acts of others; especially, from a secret vantage point.
The attainment of sexual pleasure by watching other people who are in the process.
Any organism capable of existing as either an autotroph or a heterotroph.

An autotroph refers to any organism that is capable of self-nourishment by using inorganic materials as a source of nutrients and using photosynthesis or chemosynthesis as a source of energy; such as, most plants and certain bacteria.

A heterotroph is an organism requiring organic compounds for its principal source of food or an organism that cannot manufacture its own food and instead obtains its nourishment and energy by taking in organic substances which is usually plant or animal matter.

1. A characteristic of certain microorganisms that can assimilate organic compounds as carbon sources but not as energy sources.
2. The ability to use both organic and inorganic carbon sources in nutrition.
A mixed form or character.
Containing, or consisting of, lines of different kinds; such as, straight, curved, etc.; as, a mixtilinear angle, which is, an angle with a straight line and a curve.
1. A combining or blending of two or more substances without a chemical reaction; so, that the properties of the components are retained.
2. A combination of two or more different items, things, people, qualities, or substances.
3. An aggregate of two or more substances that are not chemically united and which exist in no fixed proportion to each other.
4. In construction, the assembled, blended, co-mingled ingredients of mortar, concrete, etc.; or the proportions for their assembly.
5. In pharmacology, a liquid medicine prepared by adding insoluble substances to a liquid medium, usually with a suspending agent.
6. In chemistry, a substance consisting of two or more substances combined; however, not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding.

A mixture is distinguished from a compound, which is formed by the chemical combination of two or more pure substances in a fixed, definite proportion.

The components of a mixture retain their own chemical properties and may be present in any proportion.

ocean mixing (s) (noun) (no pl)
Various processes that operate in the ocean to equalize the distribution of heat, salt, various chemicals, and pollutants: Winds, currents and surface waves are all involved in ocean mixing to balance the circulation of different elements that enter the ocean waters at various rates and in different locations.

The rate of ocean mixing affects the extent to which carbon dioxide is exchanged between the atmosphere and the oceans.

panmixia, assortative mating
Random mating of individuals within a population, the breeding individuals showing no tendency to choose partners with any particular traits.

Panmixia exists when each individual has the possibility to mate with any individual of the opposite sex.

turbulent mixing (s) (noun), turbulent mixings (pl)
Chaotic, non-uniform motions of water or air through the effects of wind, currents, eddies, etc.; serving to transport heat, momentum, and other properties.