homogenic


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homogenic

 [ho″mo-jen´ik]
homozygous (see homozygosity).

homogenic

homozygous.
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The mass parenchyma was homogenic and hypoechoic and was determined to have an increased blood flow by Doppler assessment.
It's with disappointment to him that radio and concerts are in a state of decline because corporate influence and corporate profiteering has turned them into homogenic puppets.
This image of a community in which homogenic gender categories and their gender identities exist is the result of construction and fiction, and as such, is untenable and obstructed by a variety of other divisions of similar or identical provenance.
Other method for creating of homogenic magnetic field is e.
It thus appears that the historical significance of the minaret was not homogenic.
m] * t allows calculation of the minimal range of visibility for homogenic smoke filling the inner space of a building with a given volume V (Sychta 1985):
Carpenter was caught in a contradiction: on the one hand, he discussed "the homogenic attachment" as something experienced by all kinds of people over the ages; on the other hand, he treated the "intermediate sex" as a small and exotic sexual minority.
A few lines on, the poet directly juxtaposes the female mind's flexibility with the homogenic and unicursal thinking of man:
The band made a 20-minute video including footage of the band, minus drummer Phil Selway, doing a cover of Bjork's Unravel, from her 1997 album Homogenic.
A few chromatographically purified homogenic lichen polysaccharides, including two heteroglycans have been shown to induce phagocytosis and/or anti-complementary activity (Ingolfsdottir et al.