[see-nuh-sahrk, sen-uh-] /ˈsi nəˌsɑrk, ˈsɛn ə-/
the tubular tissue connecting the polyps of a hydroid colony.
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
noun, Biochemistry. 1. a coenzyme, composed of a phosphorylated derivative of pantothenic acid linked to adenylic acid, that participates in the transfer of acyl groups in fatty acid metabolism and amino acid metabolism. Abbreviation: CoA. noun 1. a constituent of biological cells that functions as the agent of acylation in metabolic reactions CoA coenzyme A […]