heterophemia het·er·o·phe·mi·a (hět’ə-rō-fē’mē-ə)
heterophagy het·er·oph·a·gy (hět’ə-rŏf’ə-jē) n. Digestion within a cell of a substance taken in by phagocytosis from the cell’s environment.
/ˈhjuːɪt/ noun 1. Lleyton (ˈleɪtən). born 1981, Australian tennis player; US Open champion 2001, Wimbledon singles champion 2002
[hyoo-lit or, often, yoo-] /ˈhyu lɪt or, often, ˈyu-/ noun 1. Maurice Henry, 1861–1923, English novelist, poet, and essayist.
(HP) Hewlett-Packard designs, manufactures and services electronic products and systems for measurement, computation and communications. The company’s products and services are used in industry, business, engineering, science, medicine and education in approximately 110 countries. HP was founded in 1939 and employs 96600 people, 58900 in the USA. They have manufacturing and R&D establishments in 54 […]