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- n. heterogenesis
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- n. Heterogenesis.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as heterogenesis, 1.
- n. In biology, mixed parthenogenesis, the alternation of sexual and parthenogenetic generations. See normal parthenogenesis.
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(According to Rothe, however, anterior heterogeny comparatively rare.)
Apart from this heterogeny, she was entirely normal and feminine.
Are we to say that the evidence for and against heterogeny is equally balanced?
Germany the ablest literature of the subject, even that opposed to heterogeny, is infected with this error; while heterogenists at home and abroad have based upon it a triumphant demonstration of, their doctrine.
Chaplin blamed the inability of the medium to move beyond male-centric power fantasies as a direct result of developer heterogeny and immaturity.
(oligotrichosis terminalis), approximating to the infantile type, while another presents a complex and very rare piliferous heterogeny.
Sometimes he would put up a heterogeny [this is a word made by Mr. Hawthorne, but one that was needed.