homomorphism definition

  • noun:
    • Biology Similarity of additional kind or appearance not of construction or beginning.
    • Zoology A resemblance in type between the immature and adult stages of an animal.
    • Mathematics A transformation of 1 ready into another that preserves in second ready the operations involving the members of the first ready.
    • A structure-preserving map between two algebraic structures, including teams, bands, or vector areas.
    • an equivalent look of two unrelated organisms or frameworks
    • just like homomorphy.
    • The possession, in a single species of plants, of just one form of flowers; -- against heteromorphism, dimorphism, and trimorphism.
    • The control of but one sort of larvæ or younger, as in many pests.
    • Mimicry or imitation of just one thing by another; adaptive or analogical resemblance, without true homological or morphological similarity; shallow likeness without architectural affinity or relationship. Additionally homomorphy.
    • similarity of type

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