- having or combining two forms, as a centaur or mermaid.
Origin of biform
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The biform hypoderm is not always obvious (clausa, Banksiana, etc.) where in some leaves there is but one row of cells.The Genus Pinus
George Russell Shaw
- having or combining the characteristics of two forms, as a centaur
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