What is undergo?

  • (verb): Of mental or physical states or experiences.
    Example: "Undergo a strange sensation"
    Synonyms: experience, receive, have, get
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on undergo:

Callus (cell Biology) - Morphology
... cells that give rise to callus and somatic embryos usually undergo rapid division or are partially undifferentiated such as meristematic tissue ... however callus and somatic embryos are derived from mesophyll cells that undergo dedifferentiation ... Callus can directly undergo direct organogenesis and/or embryogenesis where the cells will form an entirely new plant ...
Conscription In Singapore - Mono Intake - Police Service
... Those who have been chosen to serve in the SPF undergo training at the Home Team Academy where they study the Penal Code and standard police protocol ... Police Coast Guard (PCG) or Police KINS will undergo further training ... Selection of Officer Cadets (OCTs) to undergo the NS Police Inspector Course (NSPI) is a stringent process for Police National Servicemen (Full-time) ...
(Z)-Stilbene - Chemistry
... Stilbene can undergo photoisomerization under the influence of UV light ... Stilbene can undergo stilbene photocyclization, an intramolecular reaction ... (Z)-Stilbene can undergo electrocyclic reactions ...
Canine Parvovirus - Virology
... Previously it has been thought that the virus does not undergo cross species infection ... However studies in Vietnam have shown that CPV2 can undergo minor antigenic shift and natural mutation to infect felids ... CPV2 may spread to cats easier than dogs and undergo faster rates of mutation within that species ...
Shivalli Brahmins - Rituals and Customs - Rituals
... Shivalli Brahmin males undergo the Upanayana when they turn seven years old to initiate them into Vedic studies ... Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins also undergo the Upakarma, where the sacred thread is changed and mudradharana is done ... It is equivalent to say he will undergo studies excluding all other aspects in modern days ...

More definitions of "undergo":

  • (verb): Accept or undergo, often unwillingly.
    Synonyms: take, submit

Famous quotes containing the word undergo:

    There are several natural phenomena which I shall have to have explained to me before I can keep on going as a resident member of the human race. One is the metamorphosis which hats and suits undergo exactly one week after their purchase, whereby they are changed from smart, intensely becoming articles of apparel into something children use when they want to “dress up like daddy.”
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    What makes this Generation of Vermin so very Prolifick, is the indefatigable Diligence with which they apply themselves to their Business. A Man does not undergo more watchings and fatigues in a Campaign, than in the Course of a vicious Amour. As it is said of some Men, that they make their Business their Pleasure, these Sons of Darkness may be said to make their Pleasure their Business. They might conquer their corrupt Inclinations with half the Pains they are at in gratifying them.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)

    Whether, if you yield not to your father’s choice,
    You can endure the livery of a nun,
    For aye to be in shady cloister mewed,
    To live a barren sister all your life,
    Chanting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon.
    Thrice blessed they that master so their blood
    To undergo such maiden pilgrimage.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)