induction meaning

EN[ɪnˈdʌkʃən] [-ʌkʃən]
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    Definition of induction in English Dictionary

  • NounPLinductionsSUF-tion
    1. An act of inducting.
      1. An act of inducing.
        1. One of the first examples of the immunogenicity of recombinantly derived antibodies was with murine anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody (OKT3) used in the induction of immunosupression after organ transplantation.
      2. (medicine) The process of inducing the birth process.
        1. OBS An introduction.
        2. More Examples
          1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
            • A recent study suggested that enhanced induction of endoreplication after the second exposure could be responsible for the priming effect in mosquitoes [70 ].
            • Consequently, the observed CYP1A induction in tissues of smoltifying Atlantic salmon most likely rely on mechanisms related to detoxification of components in the flotation chemical.
            • This has also been shown in a freshwater macrophyte, where induced antifeeding defense was accompanied by an induction of antimicrobial defense [42 ].
        • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
          1. Nouns
            • Countable nouns
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          1. fr induction
          2. en inductions
          3. fr inductions
          4. en inductional
          5. en inductionism
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          Meaning of induction for the defined word.

          Grammatically, this word "induction" is a noun, more specifically, a countable noun.
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          Definiteness: Level 8
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