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Synonyms for correlative

something closely resembling or analogous to something else

Synonyms for correlative

either of two or more related or complementary variables

mutually related

expressing a reciprocal or complementary relation

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The identification of potential clinical correlative biomarkers provides valuable information for our continued development of ENMD-2076 in STS.
A serpentine line, like injected dye flowing through arteries, continually punctures the drawings on-screen, wrapping itself around and through objects like a thread, loose then taut, as if stitching disparate parts into a coherent whole--a visual correlative to Ulysses's reimagining of his past as a coherent narrative.
Causal & correlative links between spoken and written language difficulties in children.
The group will also look for correlative patterns, for example with other classic parameters of hepatic toxicity such as changes in serum enzyme levels.
But the part of the book about a hermaphrodite is a correlative for adolescence and confusion of identity and the confusions of emotion and longing that happen in adolescence,'' Eugenides says.
For example, if "X has a claim-right against Y that Y [empty set]s," the jural correlative is that "Y has a duty toward X to [empty set]" and the jural opposite is that "X has a no-right against Y.
Hubert had that same sense of entitlement, and I think it was hard for him to find an objective correlative without inventing a lineage for himself.
By the end of the sixteenth century, the common word "civil," growing from notions of chivalric gentilesse, became opposed to "barbaric" and was extended (at first in 1600 in William Vaughan's moralistic Golden-Grove) to the conduct of the individual, the household, and the country, seen as correlative and even homologous.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice provides internal evidence of Johnson's philosophical debt, for The Sorcerer's Apprentice reveals that Berkeleyan Idealism is a constant correlative in his writing.
1) In particular, she extends our understanding of the parable of the "democracy of goods" and the correlative "democracy of afflictions.
The elevated temperatures and incidence of bleaching are merely correlative," marine biologist Leonard Muscatine of the University of California, Los Angeles, told SCIENCE NEWS.
com) announces updates to their Clinical Correlative Studies research database.
Along with new co-editor Polak and updated and expanded chapters, this edition has new chapters on evaluation of the abdominal aorta, screening for vascular disease, and correlative imaging for CT and MR angiography, as well as new color ultrasounds.
The evidence found by Cesar Gonzalez-Lagos, main author of the study and researcher at the Centre of Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF) associated with the Autonomous University of Barcelona, is correlative, not cause-effect.
Using the inquiry process students go from exploring their local environment with descriptive investigations and then advance to comparative and correlative investigations by either looking at similarities, differences or relationships.