The condition of obtaining the human body split into metameres, displayed generally in most creatures just during the early embryonic stages of development.
The segmentation associated with human body into comparable discrete devices
The matching of evident color of objects with various spectral energy distributions.
The balance of a metameric construction; serial balance; the state of being consists of metameres.
The state or quality of becoming metameric; isomerism because of various bonding patterns in two substances obtaining the exact same molecular formula. Compared with steroisomerism or optical isomerism. Also, the relation or problem of metameric substances.
In chem., a kind of isomerism, that property of particular compound systems in which they have similar chemical elements combined in identical percentage and with the same molecular weight, while differingin chemical properties.
In zoology, a metameric problem; hawaii of being metameric; segmentation of human body of an animal over the primary or longitudinal axis, causing a number of more or less similar consecutive parts that are serially homologous. See metamere, antimere.