constitutive definition

  • adjective:
    • Making anything just what it is; crucial.
    • Having power to institute, establish, or enact.
    • Of or regarding the synthesis of a protein or an enzyme at a continuing price aside from physiological need or the concentration of a substrate.
    • having the power or authority to represent, establish or enact one thing
    • obtaining the energy or authority to appoint anyone to workplace
    • which makes anything just what it's; important
    • that forms a constituent part of another thing
    • (of an enzyme) this is certainly constantly produced at a constant rate
    • Tending or helping to constitute or compose; elemental; crucial.
    • Having capacity to enact, establish, or create; instituting; deciding.
    • constitutional in the construction of one thing (especially your physical makeup products)
  • others:
    • Constituting, creating, or composing; constituent; elemental; important.
    • Having capacity to enact or establish; instituting.
    • in Kantian philosophy, concepts based on which an object of pure instinct could be built a priori: in opposition to regulative axioms (which see, unite regulative).
    • In real chemistry, a phrase introduced by Ostwald to denote those properties of a compound which rely on the constitution of the molecule, or from the mode of union and arrangement for the atoms into the molecule.

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