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potentiation

 [po-ten″she-a´shun]
enhancement of one agent by another so that the combined effect is greater than the sum of the effects of each one alone.
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This is in agreement with Parthasarathy and Palli (2011) who report a potentialization of the vitellogenins and vitellins synthesis by the 20E; the works of Roy et al.
In Cinema I: The Movement-Image, Deleuze speaks of the affective potential of the color white, suggesting that what affects us is made up of two elements: the firm qualification of a white space and the intense potentialization of what is going to happen there.
As to well-being, the standard of measurement is comprised of positive emotion, engagement, meaning, positive relationships and accomplishment, and the goal is to increase flourishing through potentialization of these elements.