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Synonyms for agglutinate

string together (morphemes in an agglutinating language)

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united as if by glue

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Effect of two artificial wet diets agglutinated with gelatin on feed and growth performance of common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) sub-adults.
Strange as it may sound, the magic ingredient is nothing more than agglutinated hair, crusted and sabre-like, perched atop the head of the second-largest land mammal in the world: the rhino.
The haystacking construction technique, the circular sunken plaza and retention walls, and the multiple agglutinated rooms of the mound impart a sense of site planning as evidenced at other public monuments during the late Preceramic period (c.
Ecostratigraphic trends of Jurassic agglutinated foraminiferal assemblages as a response to sea-level changes in shelf deposits of Svalbard (Norway) // Palaeogeogr.
These places are not living in a serial order of time but in a simultaneous one, in which the past and present are continuous, agglutinated mass fantasies, distortions, myths and lies.
The WO7 toxin agglutinated GM1-coated erythrocytes, indicating that GM1 could be its receptor.
Among many foraminiferans with an organic shell, they found four undescribed specimens with agglutinated tests.
invertebrate trace fossils and agglutinated foraminifera as indicators of marine influence within the classic Carboniferous section at Joggins, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The haemagglutination patterns were characterized by different blood granules agglutinated in MRHU, and were characterized by mammalian and avian erythrocytes and with different E.
Generally, the agglutinated spermatozoa were different morphologically from normal spermatozoa of reference fish.
Flowers with a 4-5 mm long pedicel, opening during the day; sepals narrowly elliptic, acute, 15-16 mm long, connate 4-5 mm, very thin-coriaceous, nerved, the adaxial pair carinate, sparsely pale punctate-lepidote; corolla erect with spreading to recoiling lobes; petals lingulate, broadly acute, 33-37 mm long, agglutinated for 10-15 mm, bright yellow.
Cultures grown in media containing whey peptides agglutinated in skim milk to a lesser degree than when they grew in the control medium.