Definition of Conjugately

1. Adverb. In a conjugate manner. ¹



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Definition of Conjugately

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conjugately

conjugate nystagmus
conjugate planes/points
conjugate point
conjugate redox pair
conjugate solution
conjugated
conjugated antigen
conjugated bilirubin
conjugated compound
conjugated double bonds
conjugated hapten
conjugated oestrogen
conjugated protein
conjugately (current term)
conjugateness
conjugatenesses
conjugates
conjugating
conjugational
conjugationally
conjugations
conjugative
conjugative plasmid
conjugatively
conjugator
conjugators
conjugial

Literary usage of Conjugately

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1. Theory of Groups of Finite Order by William Burnside (1897)
"Moreover since -^ must contain operations of order p, there "* must be one or more groups of order p8+1 which contain G, self-conjugately. ..."

2. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1901)
"Hence {P', K] is a group of order p''v which contains P1 self-conjugately. Let P, of order p', be that characteristic sub-group of P' which consists of all ..."

3. Prodromus Florae Peninsulae Indiae Orientalis: Containing Abridged by Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott (1834)
"arboreous, unarmed : leaves conjugately pinnated, with a gland between the ... arboreous, unarmed: leaves conjugately or ..."

4. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1918)
"Since these nuclei divide conjugately, there is good reason to feel that they are linked together by a sexual attraction. FRASER (30), however, says that ..."

5. Finite Collineation Groups: With an Introduction to the Theory of Groups of by Hans Frederik Blichfeldt (1917)
"Accordingly, a group which contains one of the groups 13°-21° self-conjugately must therefore also contain K ..."

6. On Riemann's Theory of Algebraic Functions and Their Integrals: A Supplement by Felix Klein (1893)
"The only difference is that those constants which were before perfectly free from conditions must now be either every one real or else conjugately complex ..."

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