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heterogenous

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

heterogenous

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Describing the experience of the participants Sinno, a Beirut-born Austrian, said that "our delegation of 10 is rather heterogenic, even if we are all students.
Coherency and functional integrity (eGovernment is coherent system, where integrity and common functionality of various heterogenic parts are reached through standardization and coordinated development)
We focus on what implies their management, a topic that deserved multiple approaches, always very heterogenic in their interest centers and in the basic orientations with those that sought to rule their performance.
Several studies have been devoted to determining the explanation for these observed heterogenic PM effects, including the vulnerability and host effects (Bateson and Schwartz 2004; Schwartz et al.
Such heterogenic material as shaft-hole axes are much easier to classify on the basis of their contexts, although also the latter are dubious and not comprehensive.
Preoperative ultrasound scans showed no intrauterine gestations or excessive peritoneal fluid, and usually showed an adnexal mass with heterogenic echogenicity.
26) Thus, their uncanny presence and form proved to be heterogenic to their context.
Whether heterogenic, composed by synthetising elements belonging to different realms, or heteromorphic, that is rooted in disproportion, all the grotesque forms are always polyvalent, incongruous and disquieting, always thwarting an unequivocal distinction between phenomena that are normally considered antagonistic.
The numerous combinations of genes that normally result in heterogenic offspring can complicate breeding.