Origin of synthesis
OTHER WORDS FROM synthesissyn·the·sist, nounnon·syn·the·sis, noun, plural non·syn·the·ses.re·syn·the·sis, noun, plural re·syn·the·ses.
How to use synthesis in a sentence
Boosting the efficiency of the synthesis step is only one part of the puzzle.Scientists Just Created a Catalyst That Turns CO2 Into Jet Fuel|Edd Gent|January 3, 2021|Singularity Hub
The strength of “The Best” is in its synthesis of hundreds of sports science journals, which Williams and Wigmore condense into clear sections amplified by original interviews with stars such as Steph Curry, Annika Sorenstam and Pete Sampras.Dissecting athletic greatness: Nature, nurture, lucky breaks and a ‘quiet eye’|Liz Robbins|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
The ATP and NADPH also will take part in the synthesis part of photosynthesis.
By binding to the H3 histone, serotonin and dopamine can regulate transcription of DNA into RNA and, as a consequence, the synthesis of specific proteins from them.The Epigenetic Secrets Behind Dopamine, Drug Addiction and Depression|R. Douglas Fields|October 27, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Their daughter Irène Joliot-Curie won the chemistry prize in 1935 with her husband, Frédéric Joliot, for the synthesis of new radioactive elements.
British Dictionary definitions for synthesis
- (in the writings of Kant) the unification of one concept with another not contained in itCompare analysis (def. 7)
- the final stage in the Hegelian dialectic, that resolves the contradiction between thesis and antithesis