Not arising within the body; derived from another individual or species: a heterogenous bone transplant. (adjective)
Variant of heterogeneous.(adjective)
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Use "heterogenous" in a sentence
"Parents should also keep in mind that autism is a "heterogenous" disorder, Dawson said."
"In particular two new pieces of thinking have been changing the markets: servers, powered by smaller, less energy-hungry chips and multifunction "heterogenous" chips that act as both central processor and graphics processor."
"If the crowd is too heterogenous, the reasoning becomes group think rather than collected wisdom."