from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to or possessing the qualities of allomorphism.
- In petrog., same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Min.) Of or pertaining to allomorphism.
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- adjective Pertaining to
allomorphismor to allomorphs.
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- adjective pertaining to allomorphs
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I knew very well what they contained — Haluk testudomorphs, the dormant phase of the allomorphic alien race.
Fortunately, treated Haluk individuals who had reverted to the testudomorph state did emerge from their chrysalids as healthy allomorphic graciles.
There seemed only one explanation: treated Haluk were somehow reverting to their original allomorphic state.
And if they continue to eradicate their allomorphic trait and no longer have half their people in hibernation at any given time, they'll need even more room! ...
Would you have us abandon our great hopes, crawl back to the cluster, embrace our fatal allomorphic heritage, and go down to extinction as we exhaust the balance of our dwindling resources?
As the Haluk expanded throughout their star-cluster, the allomorphic cycles of individuals lost their ancestral synchrony.
And it was common knowledge that the Haluk did not send allomorphic members of their race to Earth.
And since the divergentevolution problem makes it crucial to tell the difference between mutative and allomorphic forms on this particular planet, I think we may have to reassess almost everything the survey team gave us.
Simon would have to use every bit of clout he possessed to ensure that the body was safeguarded, along with the test data showing the presence of human DNA and the eradication of the allomorphic trait.
The five individuals were in differing stages of the allomorphic cycle.