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heterogenous

[‚hed·ə′räj·ə·nəs]
(biology)
Not originating within the body of the organism.

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GDM is linked to various risk factors and has differing rates of incidence due to diverse socioeconomic status, healthcare access, lifestyle, heterogenic populations, increased obesity, and geopolitical changes.
This topic has been the subject of recent meta-analyses, with heterogenic results, especially in adult cardiac surgery.
The introduction of radical heterogenic spaces such as anarchist collectivities has disruptive qualities in that it shows there is an alternative to the status quo and has an infectious effect on adjacent spaces, on adjacent bubbles in the foam that is 'society'.
U-shaped dose response in vasomotor tone: a mixed result of heterogenic response of multiple cells to xenobiotics," Toxicological Sciences, vol.
In addition country has heterogenic society which does not allow foreign presence in their soil.
Electroactive material of liquid heterogenic membranes for ISEs should be clear without additional ions (being determined and counter-ions).
In NSCLC (due to heterogenic features), we see discordant relationships, between CTC and FDGPET findings, described in the literature as the more aggressive cases, can have less CTC readings, and vice versa, and there is very poor correlation of CTC with PET findings.
Thus, the interpersonal feature of dialogism highlights not just verbal dialogues among people, but also mental processes that encompass exchange of heterogenic voices, (29) understood as discrete but interconnected internalized mediating objects that enable a coherent understanding of the self (e.
Because of its heterogenic nature and layered structure, varieties of the depressive disorder forms (according to the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV) and comorbidity of other mental disorders, it is crucial to identify the severity and the type of depression in time in order to administer adequate treatment [5].
Heterogenic virulence and related factors among clinical isolated of Porphyromonas gingivalis with type II fimbriae.