[en-der-gon-ik] /ˌɛn dərˈgɒn ɪk/
(of a biochemical reaction) requiring energy.
(of a biochemical reaction) requiring energy to proceed Compare exergonic
endergonic end·er·gon·ic (ěn’dər-gŏn’ĭk)
Of or relating to a chemical reaction that absorbs energy and therefore cools its surroundings.
Relating to a chemical reaction that requires the absorption of energy. The production of sugars by plants during photosynthesis is an endergonic reaction, where sunlight provides the necessary energy. Compare exergonic.
[en-dur-mik] /ɛnˈdɜr mɪk/ adjective 1. acting through the skin, as a medicine, by absorption. /ɛnˈdɜːmɪk/ adjective 1. (of a medicine) acting by absorption through the skin endermic en·der·mic (ěn-dûr’mĭk) adj. Acting medicinally by absorption through the skin.
[en-derz] /ˈɛn dərz/ noun 1. John Franklin, 1897–1985, U.S. bacteriologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1954. /ˈɛndəz/ noun 1. John Franklin. 1897–1985, US microbiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1954) with Frederick Robbins and Thomas Weller for their work on viruses Enders En·ders (ěn’dərz), John Franklin. 1897-1985. American bacteriologist. He shared a 1954 […]
[ahn dey-za-bee-yey] /ɑ̃ deɪ za biˈyeɪ/ adverb, adjective, French. 1. in dishabille; not fully or carefully dressed.