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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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In parallel to the group of patients with active AAV, the TC group is also somewhat clinically heterogenic which can influence the results.
A descriptive study of heterogenic mixtures dielectric behavior has been made by several classical mixtures laws [11-13].
However, ischemic stroke is a heterogenic disease and the association between its etiologic subtypes and adipokines has not yet been established.
Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases characterized by heterogenic pathophysiology and clinical manifestations.
The discrepancy may be due to the different population composition, regions, and heterogenic factors.
The WSN is exposed to a wide variety of security vulnerabilities due to the hardware limitations of the sensor nodes, wireless communication environment, real time processing needs, heterogenic structure, large number of nodes, need for measurability, mobility, the weight of the application environmental conditions, and cost [1].
However, all these distinct cells (cancerous or not) associated to peritumoral neoangiogenesis constitute the heterogenic and desmoplastic tissue frequently found in several solid tumors and related to poor prognosis.
The results of percutaneous epidural adhesiolysis were significantly more superior compared with placebo, but the pathology of patients in that study was heterogenic [9].
The disease is a heterogenic group of chronic illnesses comprising all elements of joints and periarticular connective tissues [3].
The detective writer serves as a cartographer of sorts, the protagonist of his works becoming a flaneur according Walter Benjamin's definition--one who walks the urban streets of the city acknowledging its diverse forces and heterogenic population.
GDM is linked to various risk factors and has differing rates of incidence due to diverse socioeconomic status, healthcare access, lifestyle, heterogenic populations, increased obesity, and geopolitical changes.
The introduction of radical heterogenic spaces such as anarchist collectivities has disruptive qualities in that it shows there is an alternative to the status quo and has an infectious effect on adjacent spaces, on adjacent bubbles in the foam that is 'society'.