homogenetic

homogenetic

(ˌhɒmədʒəˈnɛtɪk) or

homogenetical

adj
(Biology) of, involving, or relating to homogenesis
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The boluses ready to be swallowed possessed a higher flowability and a homogenetic matrix of microstructure, respectively.
Biologic markers reduce the biologic variability of the phenotype, so that clinical trials can recruit the most homogenetic cohort, objectively assess a drug's effects, and help clarify its mechanism of action.
Spoligotyping shows a homogenetic population structure for M.
Autologous (allogeneic / homogenetic) nerve grafts have been studied extensively in animal models (53, 74, 178).
On the use of the term homology in modem zoology, and the distinction between homogenetic and homoplastic agreements.