Cells are broken up by a homogeniser (blender). This releases the organelles from the cell. The resultant fluid is known as the homogenate, which is then filtered to rem…ove any complete cells and large pieces of debris (MORE)
A substance that is uniform in composition is a definition of homogeneous in Chemistry. This is in contrast to a substance that is heterogeneous Usually homogeneous in chemi…stry refers to a homogenous mixture which is a substance that can technically be separated but still blends with all other materials in the mixture or "in uniform". (MORE)
Both alleles of one trait are either dominant or recessive. Not one dominant and one recessive. For example, the homogeneous hair of a cat would have both alleles… of that trait be the same, say, BB or bb. NOT Bb..
The above definition applies in the field of genetics. More generally, the word means "Of the same or similar nature or kind". (MORE)
the materials are evenly distributed such that you cannot distinguish one material from the other. This is a mixture where the components are thoroughly mixed and invisible …as separate components. (MORE)
A homogenous substance is one in a single phase. The term homogeneous is used in material science and physical chemistry. Sulfur, water, sucrose, and baking soda are examp…les of homogenous substances, which are also known as pure substances. (MORE)
No. Chemistry texts have long cited milk as a good example of a heterogeneous mixture. Milk "homogenization" is a high-pressure filtration process that just breaks the f…at particles down into smaller particles so that they are more evenly dispersed throughout the milk. (MORE)
I'm sorry, but you wrote "Difference between homogeneous and homogeneous?" If you meant the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous, then heterogeneous nucleation… is: the nucleation beginning at the surface of foreign particles. Homogeneous is: The process of creation of vapor bubble nuclei in a superheated liquid away from bounding walls and in the absence of any foreign material. Hoped that helped. :) (MORE)