superinduce

(redirected from superinduced)
Also found in: Dictionary.

superinduce

 [soo″per-in-do̳s´]
to bring on in addition to an already existing condition.

su·per·in·duce

(sū'pĕr-in-dūs'),
To induce or bring on in addition to something already existing.

su·per·in·duce

(sū'pĕr-in-dūs')
To induce or bring on in addition to something already existing.
References in periodicals archive ?
Again it is limitted Civily by superinduced Civill Government which in all ages and places hath much abridged (k) that parentall authority which naturally he had before instituted civil Government.
Poetic shape, whether conforming to trochaic rhetoric or to the poetico-historical narrative that subtends it, does not get any more "superinduced" than this.
LATH: A peculiar contortion of the human countenance, voluntary, or involuntary, superinduced by a concatenation of external circumstances, seen or heard, of a ridiculous, ludicrous, jocose, mirthful, funny, facetious or fanciful nature and accompanied by a cackle, chuckle, chortle, cachinnation, giggle, gurgle, guffaw or roar.
Simonians' distinction between organic epochs (or periods of synthesis which are ideologically coherent) and critical epochs (which are more chaotic but merely transitional), Hegel's exaltation of the organic state over an "atomistic" civil society, and Coleridge's valorization of form as indwelling over shape as superinduced provide a genealogy for a concept whose conservative social consequences become entrenched in the mid-nineteenth century, but whose initial aesthetic elaboration can be traced to the infamous "Romantic ideology" (as McGann terms it).
Moreover, the EBV lytic cycle can be superinduced by treatment with 30 [micro]g/L 12-tetradecanoylphorbol 13-acetate and 3 mmol/L sodium butyrate.
The conclusion of that study was that the concurrent exposure to DON and bacterial lipopolysaccharide or interferon [gamma] superinduced the production of TNF-[alpha] and IL-6 (Ji et al.
To avoid opening the courts to compensation claims based purely on destruction of economic value, the Court suggested that its ruling might be limited to cases "where real estate is actually invaded by superinduced additions of water, earth, sand, or other material."(44) Soon afterwards, the Court made this limitation explicit, holding that Pumpelly applied only in case of "a physical invasion" or a "per se" taking of the owner's property.(45)
As Peirce states, the chief factors that produce change in Lamarckism are "the straining of endeavor and the overgrowth superinduced by exercise" (CP 6.299).
The verdict of the Coroner's jury was that the deceased died of bilious (sic) intermitting fever, aggravated if not superinduced by severe flagellation.
Consumption is superinduced by their scanty clothing, poor shelter, and general exposure during the winter and spring.
[I]nto all contracts, whether made between States and individuals or between individuals only, there enter conditions which arise not out of the literal terms of the contract itself; they are superinduced by the preexisting and higher authority of the laws of nature, of nations, or of the community to which the parties belong; they are always presumed, and must be presumed, to be known and recognized by all, are binding upon all, and need never, therefore, be carried into express stipulation, for this could add nothing to their force.
(The form that I seek to obtain is the "form as proceeding" of which Coleridge spoke in the Biographia Literaria, while trying to avoid the "shape as superinduced." "The latter," he writes, "is either the death or the imprisonment of the thing," while "the former is its self-witnessing and self-effected sphere of agency.")