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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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The essential steps of our adaptive hybrid delivery method that agglutinates multicast and unicast to minimize zapping delay in a converged network are shown in Figure 3.
(4+ - solid band of red cells on the top of the gel column, 3+ -agglutinated red cells in the upper half of the gel column, 2+ -red cell agglutinates through the length of the column, 1+ -red cell agglutinates mainly in the lower half of the gel column with some unagglutinated red cells pelleted at the bottom, Negative-a pellet at the bottom and no agglutinates in the matrix of the gel column).
Results Interpretations: The results were interpreted as follows: a) the positive 1: 16 sera indicated the milky Latex agglutinates and b) the negative sera showed no agglutination.
In types 2A, 2B, and PT-VWD, the ability of VWF to agglutinate platelets in the presence of ristocetin is disproportionately decreased owing to the absence of HMW and IMW (2A) or HMW (2B, PT-VWD) multimers, resulting in a markedly decreased VWF:RCo.
When antigen and antibody are in optimal proportions lattice formation results and agglutinates of RBC form to give a positive reaction.
Brassica juncea BjCHIl, which is a plant chitinase with two (almost identical) chitin-binding domains, agglutinates Gram-negative bacteria, adversely affecting their growth.
The regolith glasses are called agglutinates, and the study reported in Nature Geoscience is the first to identify agglutinates as a new reservoir of OH on the moon-an "unanticipated, abundant reservoir" of OH and water in the lunar regolith, according to the authors.
* Impaired motility - use of a lubricant, especially if string-like material with agglutinates of sperm is observed under the microscope.
Ap and N-9 contains certain sperm agglutination factors which agglutinates rat spermatozoa.