[see-nuh-sahyt, sen-uh-] /ˈsi nəˌsaɪt, ˈsɛn ə-/
an organism made up of a multinucleate, continuous mass of protoplasm enclosed by one cell wall, as in some algae and fungi.
(botany) a mass of protoplasm containing many nuclei and enclosed by a cell wall: occurs in many fungi and some algae
[see-nuh-sahrk, sen-uh-] /ˈsi nəˌsɑrk, ˈsɛn ə-/ noun, Zoology. 1. the tubular tissue connecting the polyps of a hydroid colony. /ˈsiːnəʊˌsɑːk/ noun 1. a system of protoplasmic branches connecting the polyps of colonial organisms such as corals
/sɪˈnɒstɪəm/ noun 1. (zoology) the calcareous skeleton of a hydrocoral or a coral colony
[koh-en-zahym] /koʊˈɛn zaɪm/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. a molecule that provides the transfer site for biochemical reactions catalyzed by an enzyme. /kəʊˈɛnzaɪm/ noun 1. (biochem) a nonprotein organic molecule that forms a complex with certain enzymes and is essential for their activity See also apoenzyme coenzyme co·en·zyme (kō-ěn’zīm’) n. A thermostable nonprotein organic substance that usually […]
/siːˈnjʊərəs/ noun (pl) -ri (-raɪ) 1. an encysted larval form of the tapeworm Multiceps, containing many encapsulated heads. In sheep it can cause the gid, and when eaten by dogs it develops into several adult forms