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heterogenous

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

heterogenous

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of East Anglia, UK), this collection of 31 papers resulted from a call for new and established scholars working in the multidisciplinary area of equality, diversity, and inclusion at work to reflect on their own contributions to the field and is therefore predictably heterogenous in terms of approaches adopted.
Dermoid cysts typically appear as well-circumscribed unilocular masses that are either purely cystic or heterogenous because of the presence of cholesterol, desquamated epithelial debris, and skin appendages.
Beyond that unifying theme, the ten included papers are heterogenous and temporally cover subjects ranging from late antiquity through the 1930s.
To develop these criteria, it is necessary to use heterogenous data from several studies.
of Minnesota) builds a theory of race as a heterogenous process of differentiation involving the materiality of bodies and spaces.
of Technology, Sydney, Australia) introduces Latino/a studies (preferred over 'Hispanic studies') as a "rapidly evolving comparative academic enterprise" that faces challenges in representing a heterogenous demographic and deciding where to situate the interdisciplinary field in academia.
Also examined are indicators for defining and measuring the impact of knowledge on economic performance; homogenous versus heterogenous growth of knowledge; and knowledge and complexity.