Heterogeneity

  • (noun): The quality of being diverse and not comparable in kind.
    Synonyms: heterogeneousness

Some articles on heterogeneity:

Allelic Heterogeneity
... Allelic heterogeneity is the phenomenon in which different mutations at the same locus causes a similar phenotype ... Allelic heterogeneity should not be confused with locus heterogeneity in which a mutation at a different gene causes a similar phenotype ... Nor should it be confused with phenotypic heterogeneity in which a mutation within the same gene causes a different phenotype ...
Somatic Evolution In Cancer - Somatic Evolution in Progression - Genetic Heterogeneity in Neoplasms
... It is known that there are multiple levels of genetic heterogeneity that are associated with cancer, including single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), sequence mutations, Microsatellite shifts and instability ... System instability is a major contributing factor for genetic heterogeneity ... and karyotype analysis illustrate the importance of the high level of heterogeneity in somatic evolution ...
Agroecological Restoration - Reintegration - Increasing Heterogeneity
... Heterogeneity (here, the diversity or complexity of the landscape) has been shown to be associated with species diversity ... For example, the abundance of butterflies has been found to increase with heterogeneity ... One important part of maintaining heterogeneity in the spaces between different fields is made up of habitat that is not cropped, such as grass margins and strips ...
Ontology-based Data Integration - Background
... from multiple sources are characterized by multiple types of heterogeneity ... The following hierarchy is often used Syntactic Heterogeneity is a result of differences in representation format of data Schematic or Structural Heterogeneity the native model or structure to ... Schematic heterogeneity that particularly appears in structured databases is also an aspect of structural heterogeneity ...
Impediments To Schema Matching
... and in - a fairly comprehensive list of heterogeneity not limited to the relational model recognizing schematic vs semantic differences/heterogeneity ... is made harder due to heterogeneities at the following levels Syntactic heterogeneity - differences in the language used for representing the elements Structural heterogeneity - differences in the types ...