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in·con·stant

(in-kon'stănt),
1. Irregular.
2. In anatomy, denoting a structure (for example, artery, nerve) that may or may not be present.

in·con·stant

(in-kon'stănt)
1. Irregular.
2. anatomy Denoting a structure, such as an artery, or nerve, which may or may not be present.

inconstant

variable; irregular, e.g. accessory bone; adventitious bursa
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nongenetic phenotypic inconstancies, then the proportion of clones identified as being "all-male" should equate to that expected from a chance drawing of ramets from a population of all clones capable of producing male ramets.