heterochrony

Lack of synchronization.

Heterochrony

(pronounced HET-er-oh-CROW-knee) heterochrony meaning differeny time) is a evolutionary (genetically determined) change in the timing of developmental events or a change in the growth rate, as compared to the same events in ancestors. For example, the time it takes to grow to adulthood may change over time.
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heterochrony

Lack of synchronisation. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Heterochrony

• (n.) In evolution, a deviation from the typical sequence in the formation of organs or parts.
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heterochrony

heterochronia, heterochronism, heterochronous, heterochrony The occurrence of a process, or development of a tissue, organ, or organic form, at an abnormal time or out of a regular sequence.
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Heterochrony

In biology, heterochrony is defined as a developmental change in the timing of events, leading to changes in size and shape. There are two main components, namely (i) the onset and offset of a particular process, and (ii) the rate at which the process operates. A developmental process in one species can only be described as heterochronic in relati...
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heterochrony

divergence from normal time sequence
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