functional differentiation

functional differentiation

(in embryology) the specialization or diversification that results from the particular function of a cell or tissue.
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VeriStor works to partner with best-of-breed technology vendors that bring significant functional differentiation and return on investment cost savings for our customers," said Ashby Lincoln, CEO, VeriStor Systems.
Features such as ABS and ESP provide real functional differentiation, yet remain largely invisible.
Broadly, there is functional differentiation between the parts: the wing is the office area in which the gymnastic and athletic associations have been brought together in (initially) a rather shotgun marriage; the tower is more devoted to visitors, with the double-height entrance hall topped by the cafeteria and, above that on the top floor, large formal boardrooms which look out over both the valley and the sporting grounds below.
Numerous mobile phone models, functional differentiation, restrictions of mobile operators and high traffic charges, are all obstacles to the attempt of the users at mobile game.
The financial crisis in constitutional perspective; the dark side of functional differentiation.
Research Collaboration to Evaluate RNA Interference (RNAi) in Promoting Inner Ear Hair Cell Re-growth and Functional Differentiation
Presently, China's spandex fabric is mainly supplied for export products, but in the domestic market, spandex products such as, swimwear, sportswear, underwear, bra and socks also very popular, while the spandex fibers with functional differentiation of products even have a great sale.
Focusing on morphologies in cancer but including changes in infectious and inflammatory diseases, the authors discuss the history of cytohistology, normal cells, malignant cell transformation, functional differentiation of various tissues, and diagnostic pitfalls, as well as principles of specimen processing and ancillary techniques.
By combining up to six chips into a single SoC, Centrality's Atlas processor family delivers value to customers in four ways: reduced system bill of materials and manufacturing cost, lower power consumption, smaller form factor, and functional differentiation.
The combination of immunologically acceptable cells together with the recent demonstration of functional differentiation places ISCO in an ideal position," said Dr.
The papers are organized into sections that explore how US literature responded to functional differentiation in different eras, the relevance of Luhmann's doctrine of operational closure--the idea that social systems function autopoietically and their behavior cannot be directly determined from the outside--to American studies, contrasting theories of individualism between Luhmann and American studies theorists, and ways of representing the "whole" of a system within its "parts.
And now what they're discovering is the functional differentiation of their offerings are barely discernible from that of their competitors, and they're conducting business in an auction-like world of commodities.

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