synergism


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Synonyms for synergism

the working together of two things (muscles or drugs for example) to produce an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects

the theological doctrine that salvation results from the interaction of human will and divine grace

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As the acknowledged N-P synergism depends on the production of the stable [(P-N).
However, synergism between the plant extract and drugs produced higher inhibitory activity.
Synergism between natural products and antibiotics against diseases.
However Mr Osiecki does make the point that synergism between nutrients results in lower dose requirements, and he claims that the selected brands provide that synergism at approximate therapeutic doses.
Antibacterial activity of alpha-mangostin against vancomycin resistant Enterococci (VRE) and synergism with antibiotics," Phytomedicine, 12 (2005).
Upon recent news that the Jets and Giants may strike a deal for a massive new stadium that would house both teams, one of the developers of a neighboring sports themed mall and entertainment center called Meadowlands Xanadu is hopeful that the two venues will now be able to share synergism rather than antagonism.
The use of a single ECU to integrally manage Super AYC with the ACD results in a synergism that makes both components operate more effectively than if they were under independent control.
These are not only good science, but they're good in terms of synergism," he says.
Our studies showed synergism between [alpha]-mangostin and gentamicin (GM) against VRE, and [alpha]-mangostin and vancomycin hydrochloride (VCM) against MRSA.
Synergism is defined as an interaction between team members that creates a total effect much larger than the sum of the individuals.
We hope that the combination of ARQ 501 and Taxotere will show strong synergism in humans as well.
Theirs was a rare form of synergism in which the sum of the parts became greater than the individuals.
There is great synergism between our soybean oil-derived and citrus-derived ingredients, making CITRUSoy products ideal for many consumer product applications," says Henneberry.
Strains producing ESBL were defined as strains showing synergism between amoxicillin-clavulanic acid and cefotaxime, ceftazidime, cefepime, or aztreonam (4,5).