Heterogeneity

the variety of qualities found in an environment (habitat patches) or a population (genotypic variation) (Ricklefs 1979:872).
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heterogeneity

[n] - the quality of being diverse and not comparable in kind
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Heterogeneity

a characteristic of services, describing how difficult it is to ensure consistency in a service product because of its ‘live' production and the interaction between different customers and service providers.
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Heterogeneity

When the participants, interventions, and measurement of outcomes are disimilar across a set of studies.
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Heterogeneity

Het`er·o·ge·ne'i·ty noun [ Confer French hétérogénéité .] The state of being heterogeneous; contrariety. « The difference, indeed the heterogeneity , of the two may be felt.» Coleridge.
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heterogeneity

The condition or state of being different in kind or nature. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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heterogeneity

heterogeneousness noun the quality of being diverse and not comparable in kind
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heterogeneity

(het″әr-o-jә-ne´ĭ-te) the state or quality of being heterogeneous. genetic heterogeneity the production of identical or similar phenotypes by more than one genetic mutation; either by different mutant alleles at the same locus (allelic heterogeneity) or by ...
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Heterogeneity

• (n.) The state of being heterogeneous; contrariety.
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Heterogeneity

State of being dissimilar or diverse.
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Heterogeneity

the variety of qualities found in an environment (habitat patches) or a population (genotypic variation) (Ricklefs 1970:872).
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Heterogeneity

(Lat. Heterogeneitas) The condition of having different parts; diversity of composition; distinction of kind. Hamilton's law: 'that every concept contains other concepts under it; and therefore, when divided proximately, we descend always to other concepts, but never to individuals; in other words, things the most homogeneous -- similar -- must in....
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heterogeneity

Type: Term Pronunciation: het′ĕr-ō-jĕ-nē′i-tē Definitions: 1. Heterogeneous state or quality.
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Heterogeneity

the variety of qualities found in an environment (habitat patches) or a population (genotypic variation) (Ricklefs 1979872).
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Heterogeneity

The production of identical or similar phenotypes by different genetic mechanisms.
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Heterogeneity

The quality or state of being heterogeneous, different in kind, unlike, incongruous.
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Heterogeneity

Identical or similar phenotypes, traits, disorders, caused by different genetic or environmental mechanisms. Genetic heterogeneity The presence of different alleles at a gene locus. 2 The ability of more than one allele to cause the same trait, phenotype or disease. Alleles at different gene loci (locus heterogeneity), as well as those at the same...
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