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syz·y·gy

(siz'i-jē),
1. The association of gregarine protozoans end-to-end or in lateral pairing (without sexual fusion).
2. Pairing of chromosomes in meiosis.
Synonym(s): syzygium
[G. syzygios, yoked, bound together, fr. syn, together, + zygon, a yoke]

syzygium

(sĭ-zĭj′ē-ŭm) [Gr. syzygia, conjunction]
Fusion of two parts or structures without loss of identity of the parts.
syzygial, adjective
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Dried Syzygium cloves were bought from Kumasi central market and milled with a five-inch junior laboratory mill (Cristy and Norris Ltd.
Effect of Syzygium aromaticum extract on immediate hypersensitivity in rats.
Charcoal, pollen and phytoliths in this layer indicate the existence of open grassland with a few Sahelo-Sudanian tree species and a dense gallery-forest with the riverine tree Syzygium.
Prominent tree species were Bombax ceiba, Ficus racemosa, and Syzygium cumini.
Only one positive treehole was found in the tree species of Averrhoa carambola, Cyclostamon assamicus, Acacia moniliformis, Samanea saman, Ficus benghalensis, Ochna squarrosa, Roystonea regia, Litchi chinensis, Syzygium cumini, and Syzygium samaranese.
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The chapter on fragrant medicines includes native myrtles, Boronia as a perfume crop, lillipillies and the medicinal Malay apple with details of pharmacological studies into Syzygium.
18: 335, 1937 (accepted name: Syzygium conspersipunctatum, endemic to Hainan (Chen & Craven, 2007)).
Syzygium aromaticum, Thymus vulgaris and Rosmarinus, and the main antimicrobial components were cinnamaldehyde, carvacrol, eugenol, thymol and eugenol.
Little information is available on the use of locally produced apple such as Syzygium malaccensis for the production of wine even though the fruit is in abundant supply in the country.
The tree Syzygium aromaticum, growing up to 20 metres (65ft), is now grown in many other tropical areas of the world for this valuable crop.