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het·er·o·gen·ic

, heterogeneic (het'ĕr-ō-jen'ik, -jĕ-nē'ik),
Having different gene constitutions, especially in diverse species.

het·er·o·gen·ic

, heterogeneic (het'ĕr-ō-jen'ik, -jĕ-nē'ik)
Having different gene constitutions, especially in diverse species.
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Because of its heterogenic nature, few intermittent nodes may require data transmission from the source node to hop-node.
Berezkin, Yuri (2007) "'Earth-diver' and 'emergence from under the earth': cosmological tales as an evidence in favor of the heterogenic origins of American Indians".
2009; Manovich, 2012), the response seems mixed in the more traditional branches of the social sciences and humanities, where issues such as lack of theoretical grounding, nonreplicability of findings, and the decontextualization of heterogenic and imperfectly understood phenomena have at times been criticized (boyd & Crawford, 2012; Gitelman & Jackson, 2013).
Hence, we considered that for both the largest and the smallest panels we used to estimate the regression models, the sample was comprehensive and heterogenic enough.
Tensions can develop between stakeholders due to poor communication, misaligned objectives and lack of sensitivity toward the heterogenic nature of university-community engagement contextual and cultural circumstances (Dempsey, 2010; Glass, Doberneck and Schweitzer, 2011).
A number of clinical studies have used LLLT for nonspecific LBP, however, the results are very heterogenic and nature of pain in these studies are not only caused by inflammatory and structural changes, but also by neurophysiologic and psychological mechanisms (23,25,26).
Despite its benefits, decentralization has not been implemented evenly over the last decades and now the relations between the national government and the territorial self-government remain highly heterogenic in the OECD countries.
High-output failure is typical for bacterial sepsis and large amount of fluid substitution is established as lifesaving therapy, but, pathophysiological processes appear to be more heterogenic in malaria leading to (mild) low-output failure in a subset of patients.
The first moment happens in the XBRL file creation, when the Web Services will access the heterogenic data base to extract the data, converting them into XBRL format.
In order to support modern pedagogical approaches, as well as a variety of heterogenic learning resources within courses, ubiquitous learning environments need to be based on a powerful IT infrastructure.
Among courses of PMV formation, genetically heterogenic abnormalities of the connective tissue formation and in differentiated (asymptomatic) forms with multifactor mechanisms of the development are considered.
In contrast to the other phases, the first phase is the most heterogenic one with regard to content and patterns of argument.