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heterogonous

(hĕt′ə-rŏg′ə-nəs)
adj.
Characterized by the alternation of sexual and parthenogenic generations.

het′er·og′o·ny n.
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The multiple products can be either homogeneous (Wilson, 1979; Krishna and Rosenthal, 1996) or heterogonous (Palfrey, 1983; Chakraborty, 1999; Levin, 1997).
In 2 cases (33%), a CT demonstrated soft tissue mass with calcifications and heterogonous enhancement after contrast injection mimicking a renal tumour (Fig.
Unsupervised classification was chosen because the land cover was highly heterogonous, making it difficult to identify uniform land cover patches using visual methods to feed a supervised classification.
Thus, infection with ETEC expressing certain CFs provided highly significant protection against re-infection with fully virulent ETEC expressing the homologous, but not heterogonous ETEC CFs (14).
This high spatial resolution is well suited for monitoring evapotranspiration on heterogonous landscapes.
In other words, this transnational fairy tale validates the US capitalist-consumer society, celebrating its "free" market system, its heterogonous, multi-cultural ambience, and its relative security and order that differs greatly from the denigrating condition captured on the lawless "Colombian side.
Oocyte-granulosa cell heterogonous gap junctions are required for the coordination of nuclear and cytoplasmic meiotic competence.
31) Recovery actions are a much more heterogonous collection of tools than extinction prevention tools.