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homogeneous

 [ho″mo-je´ne-us]
of uniform quality, composition, or structure.

ho·mo·ge·ne·ous

(hō'mō-jē'nē-ŭs), Do not confuse this word with homogenous.
1. Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
2. Consisting of a single phase.
[homo- + G. genos, race]

homogeneous

/ho·mo·ge·ne·ous/ (ho″mo-je´ne-us) of uniform quality, composition, or structure throughout.

homogeneous

[hō′mōjē′nē·əs]
Etymology: Gk, homos + genos, kind
1 consisting of similar elements or parts.
2 having a uniform quality throughout. Also homogenous. Compare heterogeneous. homogeneity, adj.

homogeneous

 adjective Composed of identical cell types; of the same type, having the same characteristics

ho·mo·ge·ne·ous

(hō'mō-jē'nē-ŭs)
Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
[homo- + G. genos, race]

homogeneous

formed of similar, uniformly distributed constituents throughout.

ho·mo·ge·ne·ous

(hō'mō-jē'nē-ŭs) Do not confuse this word with homogenous
1. Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
2. Consisting of a single phase.
[homo- + G. genos, race]

homogeneous

of uniform quality, composition or structure.
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How the galaxies and clusters of galaxiesformed in a universe where matter was smoothly and homogeneously distributed in the beginning is one of the great questions of cosmology.