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- n. A person who studies morphology
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who is versed in the science of morphology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in morphology; a student of morphology.
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John Lynch, an evolutionary morphologist and historian of anti-evolutionism, dissects the selective history of ID propounded by the Disco ‘Tute’s new faith and evolution site.
I am an architect and Urban morphologist, recently completed my PhD at the Bartlett, UCL, University of London.
They can make me into one of those smiley-face fireworks, but do you think they'd be willing to explain to the crowd that I'm being ironic Born helpless, nude and unable to provide for himself, Lore Sjöberg eventually overcame these handicaps to become a moralizer, a morphologist and a memento mori.
"And I'm not a morphologist, but some of the coprolites looked pretty human."
Replies famed coastal morphologist Orrin Pilkey, author of A Celebration of the World's Barrier Islands: People say, 'What are you going to do, let the road fall in?'
Whereas Palade is in the first hand the morphologist searching the chemical correlate of the structures he has observed
As a true morphologist, however, he held that the principle of adaptation does not suffice to explain the existence of special homologies.
Like Lamarck, Charles Darwin was, neither by inclination nor by training, a morphologist.
From the point of view of the pure morphologist the recapitulation theory is an instrument of research enabling him to reconstruct probable lines of descent; from the standpoint of the student of development and heredity the fact of recapitulation is a difficult problem whose solution would perhaps give the key to a true understanding of the real nature of heredity.
Physiology then had not really come into contact with the problems of form, and it could give the morphologist no direct help when he turned to investigate the causes of form-production.
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