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het·er·o·tax·i·a

(het'ĕr-ō-taks'ē-ă),
Abnormal arrangement of organs or parts of the body in relation to each other.
Synonym(s): heterotaxis, heterotaxy
[hetero- + G. taxis, arrangement]
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heterotaxis

the abnormal or uneven arrangement of organs or parts of an organism.
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Both the random (atactic, top) and alternating (heterotactic, middle) patterns result in polymers that are amorphous, with relatively low melting points.
listed in Table 1, show that the materials are mainly syndiotactic (55 to 61%) with a smaller heterotactic component (37 to 39%).