- heterogeneous nuclear rna,
- heterogeneous radiation,
- heterogeneous system,
Origin of heterogeneous
Examples from the Web for heterogeneous
I missed the general accepting feeling that comes from such a heterogeneous mixture of people.
Many of the Indians of this heterogeneous band had come together in good faith, relying upon his honor and fidelity.King Philip|John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
But his great dictionary, though one of the most heterogeneous and unmethodical of compositions, exercised an enormous influence.
Fling this heterogeneous, bankrupt, vindictive mass across the border, and the Revolution was on.The Night-Born|Jack London
A study of the physical types has shown that each group considered is made up of heterogeneous elements.The Tinguian|Fay-Cooper Cole
It gave him a view of a heterogeneous collection of articles, and when he saw a heavy piece of iron his eyes lightened.The Corner House Girls on a Houseboat|Grace Brooks Hill
Word Origin for heterogeneous
1620s, from Medieval Latin heterogeneus, from Greek heterogenes, from heteros "different" (see hetero-) + genos "kind, gender, race stock" (see genus). Earlier in same sense was heterogeneal (c.1600).