heterochronia

heterochronia

 [het″er-o-kro´ne-ah]
irregularity in time; occurrence at abnormal times.

het·er·o·chro·ni·a

(het'ĕr-ō-krō'nē-ă),
Origin or development of tissues or organs at an unusual time or out of the regular sequence. Compare: synchronia.
[hetero- + G. chronos, time]

het·er·o·chro·ni·a

(het'ĕr-ō-krō'nē-ă)
Origin or development of tissues or organs at an unusual time or out of the regular sequence.
Compare: synchronia
[hetero- + G. chronos, time]

heterochronia

irregularity in time; occurrence at abnormal times.
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The fact that heterochronia, a multitude of times, rather than heterotopia, a multitude of spaces, is used to express repression, is not accidental.