On the other hand, intercrossing without producing an intermediate race is a test of dimorphism.
Here the dimorphism is not in favour of the female, but impartial.
dimorphism of men and women varies according to race or rather according to species.
Woman's liberty also accentuates the dimorphism but by another process.
The couple is only possible with a dimorphism, real but moderate.
Possibly the worm may afford us another curious instance of dimorphism.
Pinus is also peculiar in the dimorphism of shoots and leaves and in their constant interrelations with the diclinous flowers.
Any member of the Lythraceae raised from seed ought to be well looked after for dimorphism.
There are, also, cases of dimorphism and trimorphism, both with animals and plants.
Such behavior of a substance is known as dimorphism, and numerous illustrations of it are to be found in Nature.
dimorphism di·mor·phism (dī-môr'fĭz'əm)
Existence in two shapes or forms, especially the existence within a species of two distinct forms that differ in one or more characteristics, such as size or shape.
Crystallization of the same substance in two distinct forms.