coetaneous


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coetaneous

[¦kō·ə¦tā·nē·əs]
(science and technology)
Contemporary.
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In the case of coetaneous clades with trends occurring "simultaneously and in parallel," then each clade would show the same pattern and the Trends would be useless for inferring phylogeny at the level of the "dicots as a whole.
In coetaneous wound healing, the inflammation stage begins immediately after injury, first with vasoconstriction that favours homeostasis and releases inflammation mediators.
Less obviously, nearly every concept in the film and many of its specific elements of plot and characterization, although innovatively recombined, are likewise taken from stories in I, Robot, primarily, or from some coetaneous or subsequent Asimov story or novel whose frequently reiterated motifs are, nonetheless, also articulated first in I, Robot.