heterogenote het·er·o·ge·note (hět’ə-rō-jē’nōt’)
A microorganism containing an exogenous piece of genetic material that differs from the corresponding region of its original genome, but in a limited way resembles a heterozygote.
[het-uh-roj-uh-nuh s] /ˌhɛt əˈrɒdʒ ə nəs/ adjective, Biology, Pathology. 1. having its source or origin outside the organism; having a foreign origin. /ˌhɛtəˈrɒdʒɪnəs/ adjective 1. (biology, med) not originating within the body; of foreign origin: a heterogenous skin graft Compare autogenous adj. 1690s, less-correct form of heterogeneous. Related: Heterogeneity. heterogenous het·er·og·e·nous (hět’ə-rŏj’ə-nəs) adj. Not arising […]
noun the existence of two or more voices within a text, esp. conflicting discourses within a linguistic activity as between the narrative voice and the characters in a novel Word Origin coined by Mikhail Mikhailovich Bakhtin, Russian philosopher
- Heterogenous vaccine
heterogenous vaccine n. Vaccine prepared from microorganisms obtained from a source other than the person who is to be vaccinated.
[het-uh-rog-uh-nuh s] /ˌhɛt əˈrɒg ə nəs/ adjective 1. Botany. of or relating to monoclinous flowers of two or more kinds occurring on different individuals of the same species, the kinds differing in the relative length of stamens and pistils (opposed to ). 2. . 3. of, relating to, or characterized by .