Meaning of PATHWAY in English

PATHWAY

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

biochemical

To add to the confusion, we are not even certain about the biochemical pathway of vitamin C synthesis in plants.

It is most directly seen in the case of biochemical pathways .

Nowadays Prozac is prescribed by the bushel, even though its biochemical pathways are still a mystery.

Proteins which like to stick together are thus likely to belong to the same biochemical pathway .

different

The two stimuli thus operate in different pathways within the same neuron.

Pharmacological studies also indicate that these two forms of complementary therapy act through different pathways .

There is now wide access to different career pathways and the opportunities to gain skills and expertise throughout their careers.

There are many different types of neurotransmitter, and thus of synapse; different pathways in the brain need their different properties.

metabolic

Many basic metabolic pathways show striking similarities throughout the bacterial, plant and animal kingdoms.

new

But it will take years to show that drugs that target the new pathway will work for people.

Again, these changes almost always occur when humans inadvertently pave new pathways for the microbial world.

An interesting natural experiment arose when the entire school moved over to the new pathway course in 1987.

Harvard's new pathway got through its pilot years relying on the motivated staff and fellows.

The greatest change in the curriculum with courses similar to the new pathway is seen in the preclinical faculty.

That feeling of uncertainty did not last long, I found a new pathway and the bewilderment soon went.

It is true that the new pathway was oversubscribed in both pilot years.

other

Imagine the myriads of such infrared and other pathways and signals that the various insect species must be utilizing.

signalling

In addition, there are also indications that this signalling pathway can induce cells to become tumorigenic.

FIG. 5 Summary of signalling pathways operating during G 1.

Cells generate InsP 3 through two major signalling pathways .

What is not apparent from Fig. 1 is the rich diversity of the individual components within these signalling pathways .

■ VERB

follow

Impulses are generated as a result of neural dysfunction and do not follow classic pain pathways .

Just follow the pathway in the dust, said the voice.

I followed a long harbour-wall pathway , then took a gate into a park.

Thus the removal of H 2 in the large gut may follow a number of pathways .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

We know about the pathways through which odors are detected.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

He heard many voices as people passed on the pathway from the bridge to the ramp.

In addition, there are also indications that this signalling pathway can induce cells to become tumorigenic.

Parental reactions are turbulent, and the usual pathways for the development of close parent-infant bonds are disrupted.

Police officers and big guys in suits wearing earplugs, looking tense, had cordoned off a temporary pathway .

Rural communities complained that they lacked the resources to offer career pathways in multiple fields.

The pathway narrows as it moves toward the Stream Garden.

To add to the confusion, we are not even certain about the biochemical pathway of vitamin C synthesis in plants.

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