Heterology

Het`er·ol'o·gy noun [ Hetero- + -logy .] 1. (Biol.) The absence of correspondence, or relation, in type of structure; lack of analogy between parts, owing to their being composed of different elements, or of like elements in different proportions; variation in structure fro...
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heterology

1. <biology> The absence of correspondence, or relation, in type of structure; lack of analogy between parts, owing to their being composed of different elements, or of like elements in different proportions; variation in structure from the normal form; opposed to homology. ... 2. <chemistry> The connection or relation of bodies which h...
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heterology

noun (biology) the lack of correspondence of apparently similar body parts
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Heterology

• (n.) The absence of correspondence, or relation, in type of structure; lack of analogy between parts, owing to their being composed of different elements, or of like elements in different proportions; variation in structure from the normal form; -- opposed to homology. • (n.) The connection or relation of bodies which have partial ident...
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heterology

heterologous, heterology 1. Having a different relation, or consisting of different elements; not corresponding. 2. Made up of tissue not normal to the part; xenogeneic. 3. Pertaining to antigen and antibody that are not homologous, i.e., the antigen is not the one that elicited the production of the antibody.
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heterology

Type: Term Pronunciation: het′ĕr-ol′ŏ-jē Definitions: 1. A departure from the normal in structure, arrangement, or mode or time of development.
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heterology

differences due to different origin
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