Definition of the adverb synergistically
What does synergistically mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- (of group) in a synergistic or cooperative manner
- (of drugs or muscles) in a synergistic or interactive manner
Alternative definition of the adverb synergistically
- In a synergistic manner
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Encyclopedia of Obesity (2008)
by Kathleen Keller
A combination of caffeine and ephedrine has shown to be effective in long-term weight manage- ment, likely due to different mechanisms that may operate synergistically. However, adverse effects of ephedrine prevent the feasibility of this ...
by Martin Alexander, Barry R. Bloom, David A. Hopwood, Roger Hull, Barbara H. Iglewski, Allen I. Laskin, Stephen G. Oliver, Moselio Schaechter, William C. Summers
and glutamine synergistically activate GS adenylylation and inhibits GSAMP deadenylylation ( Fig. 2). PII and glutamine act synergistically to control ATase. At low concentrations of PII, ...
by Carrick Devine, M. Dikeman
In practical terms, this means that it may be more effective to use a combination of different preservative factors with low intensities, when these hit different targets and act synergistically, rather than using a single preservative factor with high ...
In striatal Hebbian LTD, metabotropic glutamate receptor-mediated release of Ca 2+ from internal stores acts synergistically with dopamine-dependent entry of Ca 2+ through voltage-dependent calcium channels to cause changes of synaptic ...
by Michael T. Murray, JOSEPH PIZZORNO
Zinc functions synergistically with vitamin A in many body processes.17 The severity of periodontal disease is directly associated with decreased zinc levels. 18 In ...
by Eric H. Kessler
The various HR practices synergistically complement each other to form unique configurations or bundles that can result in increased performance, both at the individual level (e.g., employee) and the organizational level. For example ...
Encyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)
Synergism In both aerobic and anaerobic organisms, certain cellulases can act synergistically on crystalline cellulose with the specific activity of some mixtures being 10 times more than that of any single cellulase in the mixture. Synergism is ...
The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, The Olympic Textbook of Science in Sport (2009)
by Ronald J. Maughan
which work together synergistically. The attempt of an infectious agent to enter the body immediately activates the innate system. This so-called “first line of defense” ...
Concise Encyclopedia Biology (1996)
Estrogens and progesterone, acting synergistically with other hormones ( prolactin, growth hormone, corticosteroids), promote development of the mammary glands and growth of the milk ducts. After implantation, prolactin and CG production is ...
by Robert S. Igoe
It acts synergistically with alpha-tocopherol in oils/fats. It is used in peanut oil at a maximum level of 200 mg/kg individually or in combination. Aspartame—A high- intensity sweetener that is a dipeptide, providing 4 cal/g. It is synthesized by ...
by Dr. Alan Hastings, Dr. Louis Gross
For example, Allee effects interact synergistically with mortality from exploitation, which not ...
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