endergonic


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endergonic

[¦en·dər¦gän·ik]
(biochemistry)
Of or pertaining to a biochemical reaction in which the final products possess more free energy than the starting materials; usually associated with anabolism.
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Organic complexification, along with non-organic complexification, advanced under the influence of gravity and its surrogates by concentrating reactants, and the electromagnetic force and other forms of energy driving endergonic reactions.
Positive [DELTA]G values are a characteristic of an endergonic reaction, in which the reaction requires an input of energy from the medium for water desorption from the seeds to occur.
Catabolism produces energy by oxidation of fuel molecules in exergonic reactions, whereas anabolism synthesizes body components in endergonic reactions by capturing the energy released from the exergonic reaction (Mayes, 2000).
Changzhou Asian Endergonic Electronic Technology Co., based in Changzhou, China, filed a lawsuit against numerous U.S.
An endergonic reaction is one in which energy must be added to the system for the reaction to occur.