nonidentical


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nonidentical

(nŏn′ī-dĕn′tĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Not being the same; different.
2. Fraternal; dizygotic: nonidentical twins.
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Nonidentical or fraternal twins share 50 percent of their DNA, so stark differences between identical and nonidentical twins suggest that those traits are strongly influenced by genes.
For Adorno, the importance is to unpick the strictures forced upon the thing by the concept, mimetically revealing the objective as itself contradictory and unresolved (82) or comprising some negative, nonidentical material that resists identification.
Xu, "Cluster synchronization in complex networks of nonidentical dynamical systems via pinning control," Neurocomputing, vol.
Pumps within a group could be nonidentical by different types in design scheme or, more typically, by practical application problems, as shown in Figure 1.
A designer can tune algorithms on a small set of representative environments, and then use another set of similar, but nonidentical environments to test them on.
Mrs Williams, a nonidentical twin, underwent chemotherapy and lost weight and her hair as a result.
Overlapping but nonidentical binding sites on CD2 for CD58 and a second ligand CD59.
Here, the other, including "nature," is "not a mirror of our mind" (186; emphasis original); and "[t]o truly love nature [is] to love what is nonidentical with us" (185).
N at point of time 1 (NT1) and N at point of time 2 (NT2) are nonidentical compositions of the same identity.
Far from being a form of mystical escapism, the hermeticism Ramey finds in these figures treats thought "as a regenerative principle of natural and social development" (5), whose project is "the proliferation, differentiation, and nonidentical repetition of cosmic processes of regeneration" (8).
Jabodo et al reported 48 patients from a single center, who underwent successful hematopoietic stem cell transplantation from HLA genetically nonidentical donors (19).