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- adj. Of or pertaining to morphology; morphological
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or according to, the principles of morphology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as morphological.
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- adj. pertaining to geological structure
- adj. relating to or concerned with the formation of admissible words in a language
- adj. relating to or concerned with the morphology of plants and animals
Why does Coleman think Jews are made up of primordial cells that have not assumed the morphologic and functional characteristics they will later acquire?
Bethel CAI, Steinkirchner T, Zanjani ED, Flake AW: The stromal microenvironment of human fetal hematopoiesis; in vitro morphologic studies.
In dogs and other domestic animals, morphologic diversity among adults seems to depend on that expressed during development.
Apparently, most small breeds are paedomorphic with respect to certain morphologic characters.
In this study, I compare patterns of intracranial allometry and morphologic diversity between the domestic dog and wild canid species.
A characteristic morphologic feature of hair in this syndrome is a triangular to reniform to heart shape on cross-sections, and a groove, canal or flattening along the entire length of the hair in at least 50% of hairs examined by scanning electron microscopy.
I still am amazed at brilliant work of classical biologists of morphologic school and their insights, but all this is no guarantee of gross misunderstanding.
Yes, paleontology necessary limited to classical approach of morphologic classification.
All morphologic traits are subject to selective pressures, and there are lots of convergence, repeatedly emerging traits that have nothing to do with common ancestry.
A ten-million-year foraminifera fossil record shows long periods of stasis and other periods of relatively rapid but still gradual morphologic change.