coeffect

coeffect

(ˌkəʊɪˈfɛkt)
n
a secondary effect
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Audible noises generated by irregular vibrations were a coeffect of impulse and amplification system.
p] represent the crystal growth rate, which is the coeffect of nucleating rate and crystal growth rate.
Therefore, 17 differential spots resulted from the age difference, 15 differential spots from the race difference, and 12 differential spots from the coeffect of age and race factors.
A total of 33 differentially expressed proteins (6 proteins related to gender, 9 to age, 8 to race, and 10 to the coeffect of age and race) were characterized by MALDI-TOF PMF data (Fig.
thyroid hormone receptor [beta]-2 and adenylate cyclase-inhibiting G[alpha] protein, were also related to the coeffect of age and race.
Solution driving was controlled by the coeffects of electrokinetic driving and electroosmotic driving after adding high voltage to the 2 ends of the microchannel.
1986) 'Fearful Expectations and Avoidant Actions as Coeffects of Perceived Self-Inefficacy', American Psychologist 41(12): 1389-91.