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conjugationcon‧ju‧ga‧tion /ˌkɒndʒəˈɡeɪʃən $ ˌkɑːn-/ noun [countable]  1 SLGthe way that a particular verb conjugates2 SLGa set of verbs in languages such as Latin that conjugate in the same way
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conjugationLike E. coli it undergoes transduction, transformation and conjugation.Toxic electrophilic compounds produced by both cytochromes P450 and microsomal epoxide hydrolases can be eliminated from the body by conjugation with glutathione.Transconjugant: a bacterium with new genetic information resulting from conjugation.Hepatocellular metabolism, including conjugation, is reduced in hypothermia.It certainly demonstrates the power of conjugation and provides a definite guide for further puzzles of this type.The microsomal fraction of the Parenchymal cell is responsible for the conjugation of bilirubin.It was the conjugation of verbs that he found most difficult; he expressed everything in infinitives.Once simple processes are found, investigate whether conjugation will allow the processes to be moved to other pieces 5.
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