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co·or·di·nate

1. Any of the scales or magnitudes that serve to define the position of a point.
2. To perform the act of coordination.
[see coordination]
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Accelerated heart rate" is related coordinately to "fear," and "fear" stands in a causal relation with "run away.
The eukaryotic genome is believed to be organized in the form of discrete domains, in which the residing genes are coordinately regulated.
It is conceivable that some or all of the proteins encoded by these genes either (1) share homology and therefore exhibit amino acid sequence similarity or (2) function coordinately in vision and hearing physiology.
If the experience of the common law is any guide, a multiplicity of lawfinders works coordinately with a multiplicity of sovereign lawgivers, with the state and various religious communities serving as just two representatives of a variety of lawgivers.
Thus the loop may represent a single gene or a set of adjacent genes that are coordinately expressed.
The additional infrastructure improvements such as roads, drainage, dams and power supplies recently built will be shared coordinately with and beneficial to the Company's HU operations.
Epigenetic modifiers include DNA methyltransferases, histone acetyltransferases, histone deacetylases, sirtuins (SIRTs), histone lysine demethylases, poly(ADP-ribose) polymerases, and others that work coordinately to regulate gene expression.
PGC-l[alpha]-responsive genes involved in oxidative phospholylation are coordinately downregulation in human diabetes.
By organizing groups of genes in isolated domains, or yarns that do not mingle or mix with other genes, the cell has solved the problem of how to regulate groups of genes coordinately and without interference from other genes.
They should act coordinately with village chiefs, health centers and the concerned security agencies within their jurisdiction.
NF-[kappa]B has been reported to regulate the expression of IL-2 and other genes directly or coordinately with other transcription factors (Huang and Wang, 2000; Jin and Liu, 2000).
During the current period, big economies should work coordinately to solve problems, and implement policies for the common objective, he said.

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