Heterogeny
Heterogeny Het`er*og"e*ny, n. (Biol.) Heterogenesis. [1913 Webster]

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  • heterogenesis — /het euhr euh jen euh sis/, n. Biol. 1. Also, heterogeny /het euh roj euh nee/. alternation of generations, esp. the alternation of parthenogenetic and sexual generations. 2. abiogenesis. [1850 55; HETERO + GENESIS] * * * …   Universalium

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  • heterogeneous —   a. comprising different parts or qualities; diverse.    ♦ heterogeneity, n.    ♦ heterogenesis, n. parthenogenesis; abiogenesis; alternation of generations.    ♦ heterogenous, a. originating elsewhere; of different origin.    ♦ heterogeny, n.… …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • heterogenic — |hed.ərə|jenik adjective 1. [heterogeny + ic] : heterogenetic 2. [heter + gene + ic] : containing more than one allele of a gene used of a cell or of population …   Useful english dictionary

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