congener

One of two or more substances related to each other by origin, structure, or function. [2]
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congener

1. Elements belonging to the same group on the periodic table. For example, sodium and potassium are congeners. 2. Compounds produced by identical synthesis reactions and procedures.
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Congener

A congener is a substance literally con- (with) generated or synthesized by essentially the same synthetic chemical reactions and the same procedures. Analogs are substances that are analogous in some respect to the prototype agent in chemical structure. Clearly congeners may be analogs or vice versa but not necessarily. The term congener, while m...
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Congener

Con'ge·ner noun [ From Latin congener . See Congenerous .] A thing of the same genus, species, or kind; a thing allied in nature, character, or action. « The cherry tree has been often grafted on the laurel, to which it is a congener . P. Miller. » « Our...
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congener

1. One of two or more things of the same kind, as of animal or plant with respect to classification. ... 2. One of two or more muscles with the same function. ... Origin: L. Con-, with, + genus, race ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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congener

(kon´jә-nәr) something closely related to another thing, or derived from the same source or stock, such as a member of the same genus, a muscle having the same function as another, or a chemical compound closely related to another in composition and exerting similar or antagonistic effects. adj., conge...
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Congener

• (n.) A thing of the same genus, species, or kind; a thing allied in nature, character, or action.
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congener

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′jē-ner Definitions: 1. One of two or more things of the same kind, as of animal or plant with respect to classification. 2. One of two or more muscles with the same function. 3. Any member of a specified genus.
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Congener

A congener is a substance literally con- (with) generated or synthesized by essentially the same synthetic chemical reactions and the same procedures. Analogs are substances that are analogous in some respect to the prototype agent in chemical structure. Clearly congeners may be analogs or vice versa but not necessarily. The term congener, while mo...
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Congener

An organism that is a member of the same genus as another animal (Morris 1992).
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Congener

Species grouped in the same genus.
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Congener

1. Elements belonging to the same group on the periodic table. For example, sodium and potassium are
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congener

something of the same kind or nature
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Congener

[alcohol] In the alcoholic beverages industry, Congeners are substances other than alcohol produced during fermentation. These substances include small amounts of chemicals such as other alcohols (known as fusel alcohols), acetone, acetaldehyde, esters, tannins, and aldehydes (e.g. propanol, furfural, glycols, ethyl acetate). Congeners are ...
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Congener

[chemistry] In chemistry, congeners are related chemical substances `related to each other by origin, structure, or function`. ==Common origin and structure== ==Common origin== ==Common structure== ==Other== ...
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