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heterogenous

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

heterogenous

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Phytomedics sees this as a unique pharmaceutical niche that allows for the development of heterogenous plant derived products as ethical drugs in the U.
Pleomorphic adenomas are benign heterogenous tumors of salivary gland origin.
The 1075-L Delumper crusher handles homogenous or heterogenous materials, and waxy, resinous, hard or soft agglomerates without degrading the product or causing a rise in temperature.
The original paper noted that porosity stems from the interactions between dissolved hydrogen, the presence of heterogenous nucleation sites (oxides) and solidification conditions.
Today we prescribe to an individual based on what is expected from studies of large heterogenous populations and watch to see how the patient responds," said Carol Reed, Chief Medical Officer of Clinical Data.
of Leicester, England) seek to problematize this narrative, by describing progressive rock by going beyond such iconic bands as above, insisting that progressive rock is a heterogenous and troublesome genre, and examining its history from its roots in earlier examples of the concept album and song-cycle to its legacies in the neo-progressive and post-progressive revivals in the 1980s and 1990s.
Rostock, Germany), will require greater bandwidth and will also need to provide a large flexibility and scalability in order to match heterogenous requirements of data rate, delay, and reliability.
1,3) On magnetic resonance imaging, ossifying fibromas appear to be heterogenous.
Current research efforts in this field focus on key areas such as security, generic platforms for executing heterogenous applications, development of autonomous devices, agent-based computing, intelligent interfaces, and distributed architecture among others.
Their analysis employs the feminist theoretical concept of intersectionality in order to address heterogenous complexities of power, oppression, resistance, and agency that exist between and among different groups of women and men.
Computed tomography (CT) demonstrated a mildly enhancing, heterogenous soft-tissue mass involving the right nasal cavity, right maxillary sinus, frontal sinus, and ethmoid air cells (figure 1).