Definitions for "differentiated"
exhibiting biological specialization; adapted during development to a specific function or environment; as, differentiated cells.
The similarity between a normal cell and the cancer cell; defines what degree of change has occurred. Cancer cells that are well differentiated are close to the original cell and are usually less aggressive. Poorly differentiated cells have changed more and are more aggressive.
Having developed into a specialized cell or tissue type
Keywords:  stishovite
Keywords:  shee, ted, core, ren, denser
(dif' e ren' shee ay ted) - In this context, a planetary or asteroidal body that has separated into regions of different composition, such as core, mantle and crust.
When a (partially) molten body has been divided into two or more fractions of dissimilar compositions. In the case of the Earth, iron-nickel metal was differentiated from silicate material to form the planet's core.
when the interior of a large object has undergone differentiation so that denser material lies closer to the object's core.
made different (especially in the course of development) or shown to be different; as, the differentiated markings of butterflies; the regionally differentiated results. Opposite of undifferentiated.
as opposed to "compact": experience represented by various characteristics