### Conjugate

In chemistry, this is a water soluble derivative of a chemical formed by its combination with glucuronic acid, glutathione, sulphate, acetate, glycine etc. Usually conjugation takes place in the liver and facilitates excretion of chemicals that would otherwise tend to accumulate in the body because of their solubility in body fat.

### Conjugate

A water soluble derivative of a chemical formed by its combination with glucuronic acid, gluthathione, sulphate, acetate, glycine etc.

To carry out conjugation.

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*adj]* - joined together especially in a pair or pairs 2. [adj] - of a pinnate leaflet 3. [adj] - (chemistry) formed by the union of two compounds 4. [adj] - (chemistry) of an organic compound 5. [v] - add inflections showing person, number, gender, tense, aspect, etc. 6. [v] - undergo conjugation, in biology 7. [v] - ...

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In chemistry, this is a water soluble derivative of a chemical formed by its combination with glucuronic acid, glutathione, sulphate, acetate, glycine etc. Usually conjugation takes place in the liver and facilitates excretion of chemicals that would othe

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**Con'ju·gate** * adjective* [ Latin

* conjugatus* , past participle or

* conjugare* to unite;

* con- * +

* jugare* to join, yoke, marry, jugum yoke; akin to

* jungere* to join. See

__ Join__ .]

** 1.** United in pairs; yoked together; coupled.

** 2.** * (Botany)* In singl...

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**Con`ju·gate** * noun* [ Latin

* conjugatum* a combining, etymological relationship.]

** 1.** A word agreeing in derivation with another word, and therefore generally resembling it in signification. « We have learned, in logic, that

* conjugates* are sometimes in name only, and not in deed. ...

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Paired together. ... In chemistry, this refers to an acid and a base which can convert to each other by the gain or loss of a proton (a hydrogen nucleus), which together are called a conjugate acid-base pair. It can also refer to two liquids in equilibrium with each other. ... In mycology (the study of fungi), this refers to a dikaryon with two hap...

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conjugated *adjective* joined together especially in a pair or pairs

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(kon´jә-gāt) paired, or equally coupled; working in union. a conjugate diameter of the pelvic inlet, especially the true conjugate diameter; see pelvic diameter.

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• (a.) In single pairs; coupled. • (a.) United in pairs; yoked together; coupled. • (a.) Containing two or more radicals supposed to act the part of a single one. • (a.) Agreeing in derivation and radical signification; -- said of words. • (a.) Presenting themselves simultaneously and having reciprocal properties; -- freque...

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complex number c* = a - jb associated with the complex number c = a + jb NOTE 1 - The conjugate of the complex number c = -c- e

^{jf} is c* = -c- e

^{-jf}. NOTE 2 - The concept of conjugate may be applied to a complex scalar, vector or tensor quantity or to a matrix of complex elements.

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• Conjugate angles add up to 360°. • The complex conjugate of a complex number a + bi is a - bi. • Conjugate lines of a conic section have the property that each contains the pole point of the other, while conjugate points of a conic have the property that each lies on the pol...

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Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′jŭ-gāt Definitions: 1. Joined or paired. 2. Conjugate diameters of the pelvis. The distance between any two specified points on the periphery of the pelvic canal. Synonyms: conjugated

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In mathematics, a term indicating that two elements are connected in some way; for example, (

*a* + i

*b*) and (

*a* – i

*b*) are conjugate complex numbers

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An acid and base that are related by removing or adding a single hydrogen ion.

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an acid and base that are related by removing or adding a single hydrogen ion.

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*[algebra]* In algebra, a conjugate is a binomial formed by negating the second term of a binomial. The conjugate of x + y is x − y, where x and y are real numbers. If y is imaginary, the process is termed complex conjugation: the complex conjugate of a + bi is a − bi, where a and b are real. == Differences of squares == where one factor ...

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Covalently linked complex of two or more molecules (e.g., fluorescein conjugated to antibody).

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