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- adv. In a coordinate or coordinated fashion
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a coördinate manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the same order or rank; in equal degree; without subordination.
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- adv. in a coordinated manner
Yet the godzillion single cells (1000 different cell-types) of your body all act coordinately to keep you alive.
Francois Jacob, Jacques Monod and their colleagues at the Institute Pasteur in Paris, discovered that three genes were coordinately controlled.
The group of coordinately controlled genes and their regulatory DNA sites was called an “operon” (Jacob and Monod 1961; discussed in Morange 1998, Ch. 14; Schaffner 1974a).
The grammar was still drilled into us coordinately with the readings to make sure that we did not forget it.
But then, as Reichenbach appeared to have recognized in his comments about the "destruction" of the metric by gravitational fields, it cannot serve as a coordinately defined general standard for metrical relations.
Prayer, now used in the English Church coordinately with Bible and Psalter, took shape out of previous primers of private devotion, litanies, and hymns, mainly as the work of Archbishop Cranmer during the reign of Edward
Not only was it asserted that the papacy has a divine right to participate in the government of all countries, coordinately with their temporal authorities, but that the supremacy of
As circadian genes function coordinately in the molecular clock, we looked for interactions of other genotyped variants of circadian genes with
The appropriate control of mitotic entry and exit is reliant on a series of interlocking signaling events that coordinately drive the biological processes required for accurate cell division.
In mice genetically bred for calcineurin deficiency, the researchers saw that this deficiency causes a dramatic reduction in the expression of genes that coordinately regulate calcium-handling and contraction.