conjugation

(redirected from Conjugations)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for conjugation

Synonyms for conjugation

the state of being joined together

the inflection of verbs

the complete set of inflected forms of a verb

Related Words

a class of verbs having the same inflectional forms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
We look forward to developing these therapeutics while also advancing our broad pipeline of partnered and wholly owned therapeutic candidates with best-in-class conjugation.
8220;We set out to get the best possible dictionary content, so that when we added in our unique app features like verb conjugation and number translation, we'd have the most reliable tool out there.
Hajdu has mentioned that in Nenets the choice principles of the indefinite and definite conjugations seem to be inconsistent (see Wickman 1997 : 87).
In the presence of beta-lactamase and the opening of the beta-lactam ring, conjugation of the dinitrostyryl group at position 3 with the dihydrothiazine ring increases, with a change in color from yellow to red [32].
Stated differently, it is generally assumed that complex verbal conjugations are lost over time to the gain of a more regularized inflectional system.
Because these conjugations are generally carried out in a nonspecific way, they can interfere sterically with the proteins active site and/or modify its microenvironment, and the bioactivity of the protein is often reduced [See Ref.
The classification of verbs according to conjugations will be of considerable help to users; however, it is at times nearly impossible to distinguish between different conjugations in an unvocalized text (as noted by the authors - see their comment on KNS) when there are no clear morphological markers and when the meanings are close or identical, e.
discussing successful cellular delivery with conjugations of Dicer Substrate siRNA and aptamers.
An appendix is included at the end of the text, in which is contained a key to all the exercises included within the text (enabling self-check and the documentation of progress), as well as tables of regular and main irregular verb conjugations.
Metrical structure and morphological grade both play a prominent role in the inflectional system as a whole, though their specific contribution varies strikingly between declensions and conjugations.
He carries index cards to help him through some news conferences, and has hired a tutor to coach him on tricky verb conjugations and pronunciation.
com/research/33b914/the_biochemistry_o) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "The Biochemistry of Drug Metabolism: Volume 2: Conjugations, Consequences of Metabolism, Influencing Factors" to their offering.
SAFC is a leading producer of many small molecule HPAPIs and has been performing non-potent conjugations for over 30 years.
The author offers a fine systematic overview of Uralic languages focusing on the number of conjugations in each one of them.