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heterogonous

(hĕt′ə-rŏg′ə-nəs)
adj.
Characterized by the alternation of sexual and parthenogenic generations.

het′er·og′o·ny n.
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First, short sale of stock is either banded or costly, and second, potential investors have heterogonous beliefs or information about the stock value (Chang, Cheng, & Yu, 2007).
The population diversity measures, PCA and AMOVA indicated that PW population was highly heterogonous and contain high degree of genetic variation, which is also evident by the varying morphological characters in the populations.
56) In essence, the demands of the heterogonous group of dissents emphasized individual rights and a rather democratic understanding of socialism.
Hamas is Islamist, but Islamism is an exceedingly heterogonous political ideology.
All of the symptoms from the prodromal or onset period which are unspecific and heterogonous represent a problem for the diagnosis and earlier treatment of the patients with schizophrenia (7).
Wireless firms, though far smaller in number, now face competition from a much more heterogonous group of competitors.
What they imply is that autobiography, were self-knowledge ever fully possible, would be an inevitable self-destruction, a recognition that the self s sovereign interiority is split and invaded by exteriority; that its illusory homogeneity is, in fact, heterogonous.
However, given the heterogonous nature of healthcare organizations, it will be very difficult to create new, uniform practices that will be used throughout the entire industry, thus showing the clinical care arena's limitations when compared to the supply chain's countless physical and virtual positions within the market.
Countries with homogenous societies, such as Tunisia, have suffered only minimal violence, unlike socially heterogonous countries, such as Syria.
Regarding the failure to achieve the third stage of bureaucratization, it was not easy for the movement, which consisted of heterogonous protestors, to organize once the initial spirit of the protest movement was gone and the protestors all went their own way once the protests were over.
The researcher was used descriptive statistics (mea & standard deviation) for analyzing the data & the researcher was used deductive statistics such as Levin test for heterogonous variance, Smirnov test for normal & natural distribution of data, t & f tests (variance analysis) for means comparison, single, variable t-test for comparison with society's hypothesis average, Pearson correlation coefficient test for relationship between variables & test for predict the criterion variables.
The multiple products can be either homogeneous (Wilson, 1979; Krishna and Rosenthal, 1996) or heterogonous (Palfrey, 1983; Chakraborty, 1999; Levin, 1997).