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Lexicographically close words:
conjoyned; conjugal; conjugate; conjugated; conjugating; conjugations; conjuges; conjugial; conjugio; conjunct
  1. In the second class, if we count conjugation as a simple form of fertilization, there are only two types of reproductive methods.

  2. Another example of conjugation is that of Pandorina, an alga allied to the well-known volvox.

  3. Stages in conjugation and nuclear union of the two elements.

  4. Development of the Gametes and Conjugation in Stylorhynchus longicollis.

  5. In the beginning are rules of pronunciation, then for the declension of articles, nouns and pronouns, and in the end the conjugation of diverse verbs, both personal and impersonal .

  6. He then turns to the conjugation of the two auxiliaries and some of the most common irregular verbs, to show "how these pronouns are ioyned with verbes.

  7. A considerable part of his work is occupied by the conjugation of verbs of all sorts, in a variety of forms and both negatively and interrogatively.

  8. Under certain circumstances, a process of conjugation takes place in the Peronospora.

  9. This process obviously corresponds with the conjugation and subsequent setting free of germs in the Heteromita.

  10. Moreover, as in the Peronospora, conjugation may take place and result in an oospore; the contents of which divide and are set free as monadiform germs.

  11. The two nuclei run into one; and the mass resulting from the conjugation of the two Heteromitoe, thus fused together, has a triangular form.

  12. Weismann himself now accepts the analogy between cell-proliferation as resulting from conjugation in unicellular organisms, and from fertilization in multicellular.

  13. In some cases conjugation is observed, when two individuals coalesce, and each cell and each nucleus divides into two, and each half unites with the half of the other to form a new cell.

  14. On this view, the higher animals may now owe their bilateral structure, with all their organs double at an early embryonic period, to the fusion or conjugation of two primordial individuals.

  15. This list covering the Kami-ichidan and Kami-nidan verbs is derived from a similarly defined sub-group of the first conjugation in the Arte (28).

  16. Maxi,u [Xemaxi,u] is added to the negative present of the second and third conjugation verbs after taking away nu; e.

  17. Some Rules on the Conjugation of the Verb in the Written Language If the final u is removed from the negative present it becomes an affirmative verb; e.

  18. This rule, which consciously or unconsciously associates the future and the conditional, is also applied to the third conjugation, while the first conjugation uses the root.

  19. The Conjugation of the Negative Substantive Verb The negative substantive verb is nai, gozanai, or vori nai which means 'not to be.

  20. The Imperative of the First Conjugation The imperative of the first conjugation is formed with the root of the verb alone, or with the addition of the particle io; e.

  21. The auxiliaries of the periphrastic conjugation are almost the only verbs that have been preserved belonging to the simple primitive system.

  22. This last word should be reserved to designate more particularly the phenomena of objective or attributive conjugation common to idioms of the second form.

  23. The conjugation of a passive verb is nothing more than the repetition of that of the auxiliary To Be, the perfect participle being added.

  24. Illustration: 069] Now we may as well say what we have to say about the conjugation of regular verbs active.

  25. The Anglo-Saxon conjugation (A) may be compared with the present English (B).

  26. Those like spoke and spake; where the tense is the same and the conjugation the same, but where the form is different.

  27. A second conjugation is a second mode of expressing the same idea, and a second tense is no more.

  28. The word climban is, in Anglo-Saxon, placed in the same conjugation with drincan, &c.

  29. In the older stages of the Gothic languages the word has both a full conjugation and a regular one.

  30. The verbs of the weak conjugation fall into three classes.

  31. A {290} verb is a word capable of declension and conjugation also.

  32. The conjugation to which the Moeso-Gothic words rinna and rann belong is the twelfth.

  33. The subjunctive mood that in the present English (with the exception of the conjugation of the verb substantive) differs from the indicative only in the third person singular, was in Anglo-Saxon inflected as follows: Indicative Mood.

  34. Hence, in English, we avoid the difficulty of a second conjugation by the very same process which we eschew in Greek; viz.

  35. As far as its conjugation goes, it is strong.

  36. Two tenses, the present and the imperative, of the old synthetic system of conjugation have survived in all the Tertiary Prakrits, and in some of them we also find the ancient future.

  37. In the other languages of the Outer Band, the memory of the passive nature of the participle is retained, although the conjugation is as synthetic as in the East, and the subject has to be put into the "agent" case.

  38. If I wait, ca v' oyobeh-tah In the following three columns I give a specimen of the conjugation of the absolute, passive, and neuter verb.

  39. Perfect verbs express that an action takes place a single time, and therefore is entirely completed and past; from their very nature it results, that they have no imperfect tense, and their conjugation must be in general incomplete.

  40. The relation in which the perfect and imperfect verbs stand to each other, is about the same as that of the perfect and imperfect tenses in the conjugation of the Latin verb.

  41. In Chinese the context suggests it, while in Japanese the construction of sentences based upon conjugation does it.

  42. Weak verbs of the third conjugation constructed a similar form (✱vendęram).

  43. The third conjugation had in classic Latin no weak endings corresponding to those of the first, second, and fourth; but the vulgar speech developed a set in the following manner.

  44. It appears that in the ordinary conjugation of Protozoa a quite similar process is observable.

  45. He says:--"Conjugation occurs when nutrition is diminished.

  46. With regard to the first point, we saw that among the Protozoa conjugation occurs for the most part between two individual cells which are alike in size and (to all appearance) alike in constitution; and this conjugation leads to reproduction.

  47. The Protozoa in fact 'prepare' themselves for conjugation and realization of the race-life, by casting out certain elements which would interfere with this realization.

  48. What happens is that each of the reproductive cells, male and female, prepares itself for conjugation by getting rid of half its chromosomes.

  49. In the Protozoa generally there is simple union or conjugation between cells, which, as far as can be observed, are quite similar to each other.

  50. The process of conjugation is only a special form of nutrition, which occurs on a reduction of the nutritive income, or an increase of the nutritive needs.

  51. The main thing in conjugation would appear to be that the two factors should be complementary to each other, however differentiated, so that in their union the whole race-life should be restored, and the Regeneration therefore be complete.

  52. Conjugation is the necessary condition of their eternal youth and immortality.

  53. But since at some time or other conjugation is apparently necessary in order to restore vitality, the immortality at this point ceases to be an individual immortality, and becomes rather a joint or racial immortality.

  54. Maupas: "Already we have noted this important result, that conjugation is essential to the health of the species.

  55. Conjugation in its primitive form (as among protozoa where there is no distinction of sex) takes place between similars, and is an exchange to some degree of cell-contents.

  56. Conjugation of the verb to praise in the passive voice.

  57. Sexual receptors are implanted in the body by natural selection, and the adequate stimuli excite the nerve-muscular reactions of conjugation in a manner analogous to the action of the adequate stimuli of the nociceptors.

  58. If fear be a phylogenetic physical defense or escape which does not result in muscular action, then love is a phylogenetic conjugation without physical action.

  59. Contains conjugation of the verbs "to strike" and "to eat.

  60. Includes plural forms and possessive cases of nouns and pronouns and the partial conjugation of the verb "to eat".

  61. Sidenote: The conjugation and declension of Jahd and Jihád] 5.

  62. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "conjugation" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.