Definition of transduce in English:

transduce

verb

  • See transducer

    • ‘Reliable carbon based, or silicon based time transducing capacitor.’
    • ‘Instead the picture emerging of the mechanisms by which plants transduce environmental signals is of the interaction between transduction chains.’
    • ‘What cellular signaling pathway transduces environmental temperature to the nucleus?’
    • ‘This process is called transduction: the external signal is transduced into action.’
    • ‘Learning how social information is transduced into cellular changes in this species should help understand how this happens in other social animals.’

Pronunciation

transduce

/tranzˈdjuːs/