Meaning of Synthesis

What is Synthesis:

Synthesis indicates a composition or arrangement. It is a feminine noun derived from the Greek word synthesiswhich refers to "arrangement" or "composition."

A synthesis can be a summary, a summary, a synopsis, that is, an abbreviated description of the most important contents of a certain text.

The term synthesis is used in various areas and with different meanings, such as sound synthesis, additive synthesis, granular synthesis, subtractive color synthesis, speech synthesis, organic synthesis, texture synthesis, etc.

Synthesis of a text

The synthesis of a text is a summary of the original text, where only the main themes or ideas addressed by the author are considered.

In the context of traditional teaching, synthesis is the act of addressing the main ideas and connecting points of a given lesson.

Likewise, the elaboration of a synthesis is beneficial as a study technique since it requires careful reading and content analysis.

Protein synthesis

Protein synthesis or protein biosynthesis is a phenomenon that occurs within cells, consisting of the formation of proteins through the addition of amino acids.

Protein synthesis is made up of three stages: transcription, amino acid activation, and translation.

For protein synthesis to occur, 3 RNAs are required: mRNA (messenger RNA), rRNA (ribosomal RNA) and tRNA (transfer RNA).

See also:

  • DNA and RNA.
  • Synthesize.

Synthesis in chemistry

The formation of chemical compounds from their elements or simpler compounds is also known as synthesis. Synthetic substances are those that are prepared artificially, that is, synthetically.

In this case, synthesis consists of an operation through which simple bodies unite to form compounds, or compounds unite to form other compounds of more complex composition.

Synthesis in philosophy

In philosophy, synthesis is a composition or assembly of the analysis of the various parts of a whole in a unit, achieving a unification.

For Immanuel Kant, synthesis consists in the union of what is empirically given with objective experience. On the other hand, in the Heglelian dialectic, the synthesis is the union of opposite entities (thesis and antithesis) in a higher unit (the synthesis).

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