Synergistic Agreement Meaning
Many biological or chemical agents interact in combination and produce a synergistic reaction that cannot be predicted due to individual effects. However, depending on the postulated zero hypothesis of non-interaction, one can find oneself in different interpretations of synergy. Two popular reference models for The Zero Hypothesis are the Bliss independence model and the Loewe additivity model, formulated from different angles. Over the past century, there has been an intensive debate about the adequacy of these synergy models, which are both theoretically justified and supported in practice by different schools of scientists. More than 20 years ago, there was a Community effort to reach a consensus on the terminology to be used when claiming synergy. The agreement was drafted at a conference held in 1992 in Saariselkä, Finland, and states that the concepts of bliss or loewe synergy should be used to avoid ambiguity in the underlying models. We examine the theoretical relationships between these models and argue that the advantages of both models need to be combined in order to give a more coherent definition of synergy and antagonism. Keywords: Bliss and Loewe models; consensus agreement; the definition of synergies; combinations of drugs; Barometer of interactions. Phases of the agreement when creating a Synergistic Strategic Alliance: the agreement exploits the natural synergy between the two companies. It is not surprising that cooperation often leads to a list of expected results, many of which may not be accepted unanimously. A unanimous (or almost unanimous) agreement on the expected top 2 or 3 results would go a long way to eliminating the problems later.
The difference between Lutheranism and Calvinism and Arminianism therefore lies in the way they describe the action of God`s will, predisposition and providence. The Lutheran teaches that God predestines some to redemption, but does not predestines others to damnation, as God wants all to be saved (1 Tim 2:3-6, Rom 11:32, etc.). This is different from the Calvinist and Arminian view that God actively decrees, from eternity, some to redemption and others to damnation, with the Arminians understanding that God bases his eternal decree on his prior knowledge of men`s acceptance or synergistic rejection of redemption, and with Calvinists arguing that God`s predetermination logically precedes his prediction.