Word usage examples
The undifferentiated part of the germ plasm is thus simply handed on from one generation to the next.
But the fact that IT eludes every description must not, as happens so often, be mistaken for the description of IT as the airiest of abstractions, as a literal transparent continuum or undifferentiated cosmic jello.
IT eludes every description must not, as happens so often, be mistaken for the description of IT as the airiest of abstractions, as a literal transparent continuum or undifferentiated cosmic jello.
Made up of vowels and consonants, speech is not an undifferentiated outburst of sound.
I suspect in early Centauri lifeforms, the four limbs were undifferentiated, and were all used for locomotionas flagella in aquatic forms, and as legs in land-dwelling ones.
The Frizels and the Indians were the human background to his life, but it was a background undifferentiated, for he never troubled to distinguish between the two Hares, and Lew, who was his daily ministrant, seemed to have absorbed the personality of Johnny.
Its own biosphere is differentiated from the biosphere of those around itin other words, it transcends its embeddedness in the undifferentiated biosphere.
Young people whose Parents contain many urgent, undifferentiated recordings about intercourse and pregnancy should not be surprised that these recordings replay in this emotionally charged experience.
Thus, modernity's specific (fulcrum-5) boundaries involved the standard dynamic of growth from a previous relatively undifferentiated state (in this case, mythic-syncretism) to differentiated (the Big Three) to integrated (still in progress), an ordeal that can go pathological as fusion or failure to differentiate (on the one hand) or dissociation and hyperdifferentiation (on the other).
At first he received only a vague undifferentiated blur of formless background cerebration, but then, like intricate figures becoming clear in an elaborate oriental carpet, the specific characteristics of Nate's mental output began to clarify themselves.