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heterotypic

 [het″er-o-tip´ik]
pertaining to, characteristic of, or belonging to a type different from the one being discussed or examined. adj., adj heterotyp´ical.

het·er·o·typ·ic

(het'ĕr-ō-tip'ik),
Of a different or unusual type or form.

heterotypic

/het·ero·typ·ic/ (-tip´ik) pertaining to, characteristic of, or belonging to a different type.

heterotypic

(hĕt′ə-rō-tĭp′ĭk) also

heterotypical

(-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Biology Of, relating to, or being the reduction division of meiosis.
2. Of a different type or form.

heterotypic

[het′ərōtip′ik]
Etymology: Gk, heteros + typos, pattern
pertaining to or characteristic of a type differing from the usual or the normal, specifically regarding the first meiotic division of germ cells in gametogenesis as distinguished from the second meiotic division or a mitotic division. Also called heterotypical. Compare homeotypic.

heterotypic

adjective Referring to interactions between dissimilar structures. For proteins, heterotypic refers to binding of one protein to another of a different kind, as would be the formation of a heterodimer. For cells, heterotypic refers to the binding of a cell to one or more cells of different lineage.

het·er·o·typ·ic

(het'ĕr-ō-tip'ik)
Of a different or unusual type or form.
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