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synergist

 [sin´er-jist]
an agent that acts with or enhances the action of another.

syn·er·gist

(sin'ĕr-jist),
A structure, agent, or physiologic process that aids the action of another. Compare: antagonist.

synergist

/syn·er·gist/ (-er-jist) a muscle or agent which acts with another.

synergist

(sĭn′ər-jĭst)
n.
A synergistic organ, drug, or agent.

synergist

[sin′ərjist]
Etymology: Gk, syn + ergein, to work
an organ, agent, or substance that augments the activity of another organ, agent, or substance.

synergist

A popular term for a practitioner of the Rubenfeld synergy method, see there.

synergist

1. Any agent, component, factor, or structure that facilitates the activity of another. See Synergism.
2. A muscle that assists the action of the prime mover.

syn·er·gist

(sin'ĕr-jist)
A structure, agent, or physiologic process that aids the action of another.
Compare: antagonist

synergist

commonly refers to a muscle which acts together with another muscle ( adv synergistically) to produce a greater effect; may also be applied to any pair or group of biological agents of the same kind, e.g. hormones.

synergist

muscle/muscle group assisting/augmenting the prime mover (see agonist)

syn·er·gist

(sin'ĕr-jist)
A structure, agent, or physiologic process that aids action of another.

synergist

an agent that acts with or enhances the action of another, e.g. parainfluenza 3 virus and Mannheimiahaemolytica in cattle.
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