Definition of concordantly in English:



See concordant

  • ‘In the garter snake Thamnophis elegans, strength of chemosensory responses changes concordantly with dietary preferences over the geographic range, and diet and response are heritable.’
  • ‘This is in contrast to the pattern observed in eutherian mammalian herbivores, in which ‘ungulate’ morphological diversity increased gradually and concordantly with taxonomic diversity (pattern C).’
  • ‘As supplementary Tables 3 and 4 show, many ESTs from the same TIGR contig were upregulated concordantly.’
  • ‘When the genome changes occur in the absence of parallel changes in organismal complexity it appears that gene value is lost concordantly.’
  • ‘The remaining two spots plot concordantly at slightly older ages than those of the coherent age group.’