syntropic


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syntropic

 [sin-trop´ik]
1. turning or pointing in the same direction.
2. denoting correlation of several factors, as the relation of one disease to the development or incidence of another.
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syn·trop·ic

(sin-trop'ik),
Relating to syntropy.
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syn·trop·ic

(sin-trō'pik)
Relating to syntropy.
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