differentiate


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  • verb

Synonyms for differentiate

distinguish

become different

Synonyms for differentiate

Synonyms for differentiate

be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait

become different during development

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evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment

become distinct and acquire a different character

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IMC claimed it paid for the tools in installments when funds were available, but the payments did not differentiate between reimbursements and payments for the tools.
Multilocus sequence typing can help differentiate among these subspecies (6).
For scientists interested in using stem cells to replace damaged or depleted cells--such as the myelin-producing cells that Jacob lacks--it's often pivotal to coax stem cells to differentiate into the right tissue type before they're transplanted.
Connectivity areas that differentiate Ascential DataStage from other high-end tools include: multiple types of services, support for a long list of products and standards for message-oriented middleware, and, especially, mainframe data access.
Worse yet, most do not present a clear value proposition for customers, thus missing an opportunity to differentiate themselves in a crowded marketplace and gain a competitive advantage.
These results suggest that OP advanced the stage at which the bipotential gonad differentiates into a morphologically distinct ovary or testis.
Each of these one day may be stimulated by hormones to differentiate into any of the cell types that make up the body and brain of a person.
To see one answer, let's look at how integrator Patuxent Technology Partners (PTP), is using storage networking appliances to both differentiate and stand ahead of others in the channel.
Blau's research in mice, for example, has shown that stem cells derived from bone marrow and injected into the tail will migrate to the central nervous system and differentiate into neuronal cells.
In today's health care market, many IDSs attempt to differentiate specialty services.
The general direction of elite discourse is to differentiate Protestant from Catholic practice, part of a more general, national interest in social order and patriarchal hierarchy.
Corporations have only a limited number of ways to differentiate their products.
4,19,21) Moreover, surgeons generally do not differentiate between WDLs and ALTs when recommending treatment strategies.
We report here the usefulness of PRA-hsp65 to differentiate M.
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