monomorphic definition

  • adjective:
    • Chemistry Having one kind, as one crystal type.
    • Zoology Having one and/or exact same genotype, kind, or structure through a few developmental modifications.
    • having or existing in a single form or form
    • invariant across a species
    • using only one data type
    • Having but a single type; maintaining exactly the same kind for the different stages of development; of the same or of an essentially similar type of framework; -- opposed to dimorphic, trimorphic, and polymorphic.
  • others:
    • In zoology, of one together with exact same (or essentially comparable) variety of framework; created much alike; notably uniform in morphic character: stated of some creatures collectively, or for the zo├Âlogical group that they constitute: because, birds tend to be a highly monomorphic course of pets.
    • In entomology, having but one type, construction, or morphological personality; identical or invariable in kind throughout consecutive stages of development; monomorphous; homomorphous; ametabolic.

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