mosaically

mosaically

(məʊˈzeɪɪkəlɪ)
adv
in the manner of a mosaic
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Endothelial heterogeneity underlying the local changes in permeability includes the presence of clusters of multinudeated giant endothelial cells and mosaically located small endothelial cells (Antonov et al.
It often accretes by fragments, taking shape mosaically, its import visible only when one stands back and sees it whole.
These results demonstrate that FLP can be used, for example, to mosaically activate or inactivate transgenes for a variety of therapeutic purposes, as well as for analysis of vertebrate development.
Reading in patches, mosaically and occlusively rather than holistically, for pattern in fragmentation instead of a linear shape, I have sought to place texts alongside each other in a relationship of purloinment rather than one of priority and belatedness.
they think mosaically. And they're much more used to getting