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cognate

describes two biomolecules that normally interact such as an enzyme and its normal substrate or a receptor and its normal ligand.

cognate cooperation
cooperation between T and B lymphocytes when both recognize epitopes on the same antigen.
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The following term is clearly *ku, since it has a cognate in Malto.
Despite this discrepancy in the vowel correspondences, the match between the Mari words and the Uralic cognate set is otherwise so precise that the etymology seems highly plausible, even though the reconstruction of the first-syllable vowel (PU *a or *i) remains ambiguous.
One year before that Alo Raun had published a small reference book, that in a very concise style gives in one line the origin of the word and a few cognates (Raun 1982).
Thus, EL students can benefit from explicit instruction in using cognates as a meaning making strategy (Garcia & Nagy, 1993).
The cognates are indicated in every reading, but it would be advantageous to ask learners to identify them to practice cognate recognition.
In this experiment, each cognate protein concentration was varied from 0.
The dangers of drawing on the much fuller Old Norse sources have long been recognized: that Old English and Old Norse paganism, though perhaps cognate, did not necessarily develop along parallel lines, though they may have interacted; and that much Old Norse is either late, or freely fictional, or both.
Along with a biographical locating of Erikson in the socio-cultural history of his century, his formative contributions to a wide array of human endeavors are explored - social science, religion, life span development, history and biography, philosophy - each by a scholar, linked to Erikson, and situated at the interface between psychoanalysis, Erikson's psychosocial psychoanalysis, and the cognate realm of human intelligence in which that scholar works.
Yoy," he said, a Serbian word with the same marvelous elasticity as its Yiddish cognate, the same ability to lasso and decry the whole crap-spewing universe.
The problems presented by the various cognate groups were further discussed in the Tripartite Conference of above mentioned cognate and appropriate decisions taken thereon.
Billed as a "flashbook of style," Torn Wings is cognate with other manuals of style in that it covers the fundamentals of English usage.
The Osborne Collection and its cognate collections are the jewel of the Toronto Public Library.